Counseling and Values

Counseling and Values is a journal that focuses on the roles of values and religion in counseling and psychology. Founded in 1956, the American Counseling Association, affiliated with the Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Tex., publishes Counseling and Values three times a year in Jan., April and Oct. Christopher Sink is the Editor.

Articles from Vol. 49, No. 1, October

Ethics Education in CACREP-Accredited Counselor Education Programs
The authors present the results of a survey investigating ethics education practices in counselor education programs accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs and counselor educators' beliefs regarding...
Midlife Transition and Women's Spirituality Groups: A Preliminary Investigation
The purpose of this preliminary study was to describe midlife transition, spirituality, and healing of relationships for members of women's spirituality groups. Ten women completed the Spiritual Well-Being Scale (R, Paloutzian & C. Ellison, 1982)...
Relationship of Ethnic Identity and Spiritual Development: An Exploratory Study
The current investigation examined the relationship of ethnic identity and spiritual development. The Multigroup Ethnic Identity Measure (J. Phinney, 1992), Spirituality Ends Measure (B. Fiorito & L. Ryan, 1998), and Spirituality Means Measure...
Similarities and Differences between Religiosity and Spirituality in African American College Students: A Preliminary Investigation
To explore similarities and differences between religiosity and spirituality, the authors used several measures of religiosity and spirituality to examine the level of their association in 171 African American college students. Results support the...
The College Campus Ministry Internship Site: Interfacing Religion and Counseling
This article presents a model for creating internship sites at college campus ministries for students interested in interfacing religion and counseling. More specifically, a systematic process that students can implement in developing these unique...
Therapists' Integration of Religion and Spirituality in Counseling: A Meta-Analysis
The authors conducted a 26-study meta-analysis of 5,759 therapists and their integration of religion and spirituality in counseling. Most therapists consider spirituality relevant to their lives but rarely engage in spiritual practices or participate...
Treating Faith-Based Infertile Couples Using Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling Strategies: A Preliminary Investigation
The authors have found no study that addressed the influence of religious practices, biblical texts, and a spiritual environment on the dynamics of coping with crises often experienced by couples who are infertile and who transition into childlessness....