Journal of Counseling and Development : JCD

The Journal of Counseling & Development is a quarterly journal published by Long Island University in Brookville, N.Y. Founded in 1921, its subject is human development and counseling. Its audience is composed of academics, professional counselors and human resource professionals.

Articles from Vol. 86, No. 2, Spring

ACA Committees: Term 2007-2008
Awards Chair, Melanie E. Rawlins Diana Bermudez Elizabeth Cardona Bernadine L. Craft Andrea Dixon-Rayle Francesca Giordano Robert Wilbourn Lee Chablis Tate Ex-Officio, Brian S. Canfield Governing Council Liaison, TBD ...
Accreditation and Credentialing Information
Note. International Association for Counseling Services (IACS) Accredited Counseling Centers as of January 16, 2008. Alabama Student Counseling Services Auburn University, Auburn, AL Counseling Center University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa,...
Contacts for State Licensing Board Information
Note. Dates indicate when the original counseling credentialing law passed (licensure or certification). Most states have amended their original laws, some several times (not shown here). For the most current information regarding state counselor credentialing...
Cybercounseling in the United States and South Korea: Implications for Counseling College Students of the Millennial Generation and the Networked Generation
The millennial generation of students includes those born in the United States after 1982 who began graduating from high school in the year 2000 (Howe & Strauss, 2000). A unique feature of the millennial generation is that they grew up in a time...
Divisions, Region Officers, Executives, and Treasurers
Divisions AACE President, Donna M. Gibson President-Elect, Richard S. Balkin Past President, Valerie L. Schwiebert Treasurer, Shawn L. Spurgeon AADA President, Carolyn A. Greer President-Elect, Patricia W. Stevens Past President,...
Farewell
In the summer of 2001, I commenced my duties as editor-elect of the flagship journal of the American Counseling Association, the Journal of Counseling & Development (JCD), under the fine hand and guidance of the then-editor, Dr. Earl Ginter. Now,...
Gender and Diagnosis: Struggles and Suggestions for Counselors
The field of abnormal psychology has had a troubled relationship with women. Feminists have asserted that "diagnoses such as nymphomania, hysteria, neurasthenia, erotomania, kleptomania, and masochism have served to enforce conformity to norms of female...
Gone but Not Forgotten Council Leaders, 1934-1952
To prevent lack of understandable interest and knowledge gaps in the American Counseling Association's (ACA) roots and its development, we spotlight the American Council of Guidance and Personnel Associations (hereinafter referred to as the Council)...
Narcissism, Entitlement, and Questionable Research Practices in Counseling: A Pilot Study
Although much has been written on the subject of research misconduct (e.g., Frankel, 1994; Institute of Medicine, 2002; Steneck, 2003; Weed, 1998), a paucity of literature exists within the field of counseling regarding the ethical practice of research....
Report of the ACA Ethics Committee 2006-2007
* This report summarizes the activities of the American Counseling Association Ethics Committee during the period from July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007. Ethics Committee membership, an overview of the mission of the Ethics Committee and goals for...
School Reorientation of Children with Disabilities: A Stressful Life Event Challenging Parental Cognitive and Behavioral Adjustment
Disabilities affect 54 million people in the United States, of whom 4.4 million are children. Two out of every 100 newborn babies are found to be affected by a disability (Steinmetz, 2006). The disabilities can be physical, sensory, or intellectual...
State Branch Officers and Executives
Alabama Counseling Association President, Jerri Lynn Morrow President-Elect, Katherine Nicols Past President, Shirley Barnes Executive Director, Ervin L. "Chip" Wood American Counseling Association of Alaska President, TBD President-Elect,...
The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)
1001 North Fairfax Street, Suite 510 Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 535-5990; cacrep@cacrep.org (e-mail) www.cacrep.org The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) is a specialized accrediting body...
The Eating Disorders Continuum Self-Esteem, and Perfectionism
Clients with eating disorders are a critical problem for mental health professionals. Between 1% and 3% of women have anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa (American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2000), and up to 61% experience subclinical eating disorders...
The Stigma of Mental Illness
"People suffering from mental illness and other mental health problems are among the most stigmatized, discriminated against, marginalized, disadvantaged and vulnerable members of our society" (Johnstone, 2001, p. 201). Negative connotations and false...
To Join or Not to Join: School Counselors as a Case Study in Professional Membership
The existence of a formal professional organization is one of the characteristics of a profession (Cruess & Cruess, 1997; Greenwood, 1957; Pugh, 1989). Professional organizations advance and disseminate specialized knowledge and information by...
Training School Counselors in Singapore: First Impressions of a Multicultural Challenge
The westernization of education, mistakenly called "globalization," has had an influence worldwide on all aspects of the preparation of school personnel and, in particular, the preparation of school counselors (Torres-Rivera & Krupski, 2005). In...
Validating the Developmental Pathway of Forgiveness
Within the past decade, forgiveness as both a developmental construct and a counseling model has emerged in books, journal articles, and print media coverage (e.g., see Worthington, 1998). Dozens of self-help books in psychology and related disciplines...
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