Forgiving: What Mental Health Counselors Are Telling Us
- How Can Forgiveness Help Our Clients Get 'Unstuck'? Normandy-Dolberg, Joan // Advocate (American Mental Health Counselors Association);Feb2011, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p21
The author offers tips for mental health counselors on how to help their clients to forgive old injuries so they can move on. She indicates that the first step is to provide the clients with knowledge of the positive benefits of forgiveness. She suggests that helping the clients realize that...
- A Psychoeducational Intervention to Promote Forgiveness in Christians in the Philippines. Worthington Jr., Everett L.; Hunter, Jennifer L.; Sharp, Constance B.; Hook, Joshua N.; Van Tongeren, Daryl R.; Davis, Don E.; Miller, Andrea J.; Gingrich, Fred C.; Sandage, Steven J.; Lao, Elson; Bubod, Linda; Monforte-Milton, May // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Jan2010, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p75
Psychoeducational group interventions to promote forgiveness have been studied mainly with college students who are struggling to forgive. Mental health counselors must tailor interventions to different populations. It is important to investigate whether forgiveness interventions generalize to...
- A multidimensional analysis of the mental health of... White, Paul E.; Franzoni, Janet B. // Counselor Education & Supervision;Jun90, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p258
Examines the level of mental health of graduate counselor trainees from a multi-dimensional mental health perspective. Participants, instruments and procedure used in the study; Results of the study.
- Psst â€¦ pass it on. Kennedy, Angela // Counseling Today;Jun2006, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p1
The article offers tips on how can a mental health counselor gain client referrals.
- Third-party reimbursement experience of licensed clinical counselors in Ohio. Zimpfer, David G. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Jan95, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p105
Discusses the experiences of mental health counselors in Ohio. Interest in the independent practice of the profession; Survey of laws governing the practice of mental health counselors; Provisions in the state's licensure law for independent diagnosis and treatment.
- Mental health counselors as consultants for diversity training. Russell-Chapin, Lori A.; Stoner, Charles R. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Apr95, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p146
Presents a rationale and specific techniques enabling mental health counselors to serve in the capacity of a consultant. Traditional diversity assumptions; Methods to enhance diversity appreciation.
- The impact of the passage of a counselor licensure law: One state's experience. Geisler, John S. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Apr95, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p188
Discusses the impact of the passage of a counselor licensure law in Michigan. Survey of Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs); Hold-out of licensure in reserve; Reasons behind Michigan's efforts to gain legal recognition for counselors.
- The clientele of certified clinical mental health counselors. Vacc, Nicholas A.; Loesch, Larry C.; Guilbert, Douglas E. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Apr97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p165
Presents the results of a national survey of Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselors (CCMHC) concerning clinical practice. Nature of the job of CCMHC; Average percentages of various diagnoses assigned by CCMHC; Implications of the study for mental health counseling.
- Professional development and training: A consortium model. Wilcoxon, S. Allen; Archer, Glenn D. // Journal of Mental Health Counseling;Apr97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p191
Presents the Consortium for Education and Training (CET) group of mental health counselors seeking sustained contact for formal continuing education unit (CEU) activities. Philosophical and practical elements of the consortium model; Importance of sustained participation in such undertakings.