Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development

A scholarly journal devoted to the development of humanistic counseling and education practices in schools. Publishes original research and critical reviews emphasizing innovative programs and practices that promote tolerance, nurture diversity, and uphol

Articles from Vol. 48, No. 2, Fall

Cohesion and Trauma: An Examination of a Collegiate Women's Volleyball Team
This study examined the effects o/Adventure Based Counseling (i.e., a low-element challenge program) on the cohesion of a collegiate women's volleyball team. Results suggest post-intervention improvements in team cohesion. The support created in the...
Counselor Identity: Conformity or Distinction?
The authors explore 3 debates in other disciplines similar to counseling's identity debate in order to learn about common themes and outcomes. Conformity, distinction, and cohesion emerged as common themes. They conclude that counselors should retain...
Identity Development and School Climate: The Role of the School Counselor
The authors examined aspects o/school climate pertaining to issues of diversity at 2 elementary schools, conducting focus groups with students, school personnel, and parents. Findings indicated that degree of parental involvement and interaction regarding...
Impact of Noncognitive Factors on First-Year Academic Performance and Persistence of NCAA Division I Student Athletes
SAT scores and noncognitive factors (acquired knowledge in a field, community service, positive self-concept, and preference for long-term goals) were found to be related to academic performance and persistence among 1st-year NCAA Division I student...
Language Minority Experience: A Qualitative Study of Seven Bilinguals
This study investigates language minority experiences of 7 heritage bilinguals via ethnographic interviewing and analytic induction. Themes are identified after qualitative clustering and contrasting of the data. Results are presented for all levels...
SEARCH: An Integrated Model for Counseling Adolescents
Adolescence is a developmental stage characterized by rapid and complex changes. Adolescents experiencing psychological concerns commonly benefit from participating in counseling. The authors present a model that is an integrated strengths-based approach...
Social Justice Counseling: Toward the Development of a Fifth Force among Counseling Paradigms
A case is made to consider social justice as a fifth force complementary to the psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, existential-humanistic, and multicultural forces in counseling. This article explores how social justice is shifting the counseling...
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