Counselor Education and Supervision

A professional journal for those who teach or supervise counselors. Coverage encompasses research, theory development, and program applications relevant to the preparation and supervision of counselors in agencies or school settings, in colleges and unive

Articles from Vol. 41, No. 4, June

Assessing the Cognitive Development of Counseling Students: Changes in Epistemological Assumptions. (Counselor Preparation)
The author investigated the cognitive development of counseling students at 3 points in their training. A cross-sectional analysis of 205 counseling master's students at 13 colleges and universities showed a linear trend between the students' progression...
Counselor Education and Supervision: Quality of Editorial Board Members' Evaluations of Manuscripts. (Editorial)
The authors developed and used the Reviewer Quality Index to rate the performances (i.e., timeliness, thoroughness, and decision congruence) of 20 Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) reviewers during a 3-year period of evaluating manuscripts....
Do Formalized Gatekeeping Procedures Increase Programs' Follow-Up with Deficient Trainees? (Counselor Preparation)
The authors investigated whether formalized gatekeeping procedures and program-level characteristics influence the rates at which deficient trainees are graduated from counseling programs. One hundred eighteen faculty members reported that counselor...
Factor Structure and Construct Validity of the Counselor Skills Personal Development Rating Form. (Counselor Preparation)
The authors completed an exploratory factor analysis of the scores of 248 counselors-in-training on the Counselor Skills Personal Development Rating Form (CSPD-RF; M. B. Wilbur, 1991). Participants' counseling program was accredited by the Council...
New Assistant Professors of Counselor Education: Their 1st Year. (Professional Development)
The author presents the results of an investigation of the experiences of new assistant professors of counselor education. Although most of the participants reported high degrees of stress and anxiety, positive relationships with veteran faculty...
Systematic Evaluation of Professional Performance: Legally Supported Procedure and Process. (Current Issues)
Counselor educators and supervisors are required to evaluate students' personal behaviors and clinical skills relative to their effect on professionally accepted standards of practice. Sometimes, interrupting the student's studies or even dismissing...
Using Cognitive Interventions with Counseling Practicum Students during Group Supervision. (Innovative Methods)
The authors argue that students in counseling practicum courses experience many self-defeating thoughts and anxieties. These worries can impede their performance as new counselors and can have a negative impact on the supervision process. The authors...