Michigan Journal of Counseling

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 2, Fall-Winter

Are We Going in the Right Direction? Concerns about School Counseling
School counseling is at a crossroads. External pressures, such as education reform, the development of a single counselor identity, and serving the needs of all stakeholders, are exerted on school counseling. In 2009, the Journal of Counseling and...
Counseling Families in Poverty: Moving from Paralyzing to Revitalizing
Zachary comes running up ahead of his mom and sisters to wrap me in a great six-year-old hug. He has a huge smile on his face, and I notice that both he and his sisters are wearing the same clothing that they had on last time I saw them. It's 40 degrees...
From the Editor
When the editor of a professional journal implores the members of that profession to read the journal, or any professional journal, he or she is "preaching to the choir." And yet, I find myself in that position. I have run into members of our organization...
The Ethical Implication of Bartering for Mental Health Services: Examining Interdisciplinary Ethical Standards
Across disciplines, helping professionals are charged with offering services, without discrimination, to a diverse client base with respect to gender, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, cultural background, and socioeconomic status (American Counseling...
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