TCA Journal


Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring

The Relationship of Gang Membership to Self-Esteem, Family Relations, and Learning Disabilities
In order to learn more about the social and personal disabilities of individuals with differing levels of gang membership, 205 Hispanic high school students in Southeastern Texas received the Pillen and Hoewing-Roberson (1992) Gang Membership Inventory...
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Vol. 29, No. 1, Spring

Dismantling Eclectism: Choosing, Understanding, and Implementing a Legitimate Theory of Counseling
The demands of work environments to promote change with clients, coupled with the seemingly overwhelming nature of counseling theory, have resulted in idiosyncratic implementation of techniques borrowed from divergent theories of counseling (i.e., eclecticism)....
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Vol. 28, No. 2, Fall

Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Counseling: A Historical Review of Counseling Theory Development in Relation to Definitions of Freewill and Determinism
This review traces the development of counseling theory in relation to the philosophical constructs of freewill and determinism. Problems associated with the construct of freewill are discussed and an analysis of related theoretical trends and convergent...
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