The Professional Counselor

Articles from Vol. 8, No. 1, 2018

A Mixed Methods Evaluation of the "Aged-Up" STAC Bullying Bystander Intervention for High School Students
Researchers have defined bullying as "when one or more students tease, threaten, spread rumors about, hit, shove, or hurt another student over and over again" (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention [CDCP], 2017, p. 7). Bullying includes verbal,...
Assessment and Treatment of Brain Injury in Women Impacted by Intimate Partner Violence and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
In 1981, the U.S. Congress declared October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, marking a celebratory hallmark for advocates and survivors nationwide (National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, 2012). Since this time, similar social and legislative...
Counselor Educators' Teaching Mentorship Styles: A Q Methodology Study
Counselor educators mentor doctoral students in many aspects of the counseling profession, including preparation for future faculty roles (Borders et al., 2011; Briggs & Pehrsson, 2008; S.F. Hall & Hulse, 2010; Lazovsky & Shimoni, 2007; Protivnak...
Evidence for Use of a Psychometric Inventory of New College Student Adjustment with Ghanaian Students: Implications for the Professional Globalization of Counseling
Higher education in Ghana has experienced tremendous growth over the past two decades, increasing access to institutions of higher education and student enrollment. In 2012, there were 138 accredited higher education institutions throughout Ghana, including...
Independently Licensed Counselors' Connection to CACREP and State Professional Identity Requirements
In order to work successfully with other professionals, each individual must thoroughly understand the role and scope of practice of their profession and be able to communicate that professional identity to others (Ewashen, McInnis-Perry, & Murphy,...
Professional Counselor Licensure Portability: An Examination of State License Applications
States began licensing professional counselors 41 years ago. The first state to implement a counselor license was Virginia in 1976 (Bloom et al., 1990), and the last was California in 2009. Because each state independently licenses counselors, significant...
The Research Identity Scale: Psychometric Analyses and Scale Refinement
With increased accountability and training standards, professionals as well as professional training programs have to provide outcomes data (Gladding & Newsome, 2010). Traditionally, programs have assessed student learning through outcomes measures...
Work Values, Occupational Engagement, and Professional Quality of Life in Counselors-in-Training: Assessments in a Constructivist-Based Career Counseling Course
Work is a necessary and pervasive aspect of human life, and in many perspectives, "life-career development is a universal process that cuts across gender, ethnic, religious, spiritual, geographic, and other demographic categories throughout developed...
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