Journal of Professional Counseling, Practice, Theory, & Research

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 2, Summer

A Narrative Approach to Terminating Therapy
Increasing the diversity of strategies for facilitating meaningful termination of therapy may be useful to practitioners in a number of settings including those conducting group guidance in the schools and meeting with clients in a private practice or...
Suicide Postvention in Schools: The Role of the School Counselor
Many school counselors may encounter the suicide of a student during their careers. In this article, the author discusses postvention planning in the event of student suicide. Specifically, the role of the school counselor in responding to school crises,...
The Effect of Ethnicity on Multicultural Competence
The contribution of ethnicity to counseling students' multicultural counseling competence (MCC) was revisited and expanded upon by examining differences among and between European American, African American, and Latino counseling students. Results revealed...
The Lived Experience of Black Collegiate Males with Absent Fathers: Another Generation
The phenomenon of absent fathers is increasing in the Black community and insight from Black males raised in these households is needed to understand how they persevere and succeed. This study explored the life experiences of collegiate Black males raised...