Citations with the tag: COUNSELING
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- The morality of influencing in counseling.
Gelso, Charles J. // Counseling & Values; Jan1990, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p121
Responds to the article `The Morality of Influencing in Counseling,' by John M. Schulte, found in the `Counseling and Values' volume 34 periodical, dated January, 1990, which dealth with questioned the morality of influence in counseling.
- A hermeneutic approach to the study of values in counseling.
Jackson, Aaron P.; Patton, Michael J. // Counseling & Values; Apr92, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p201
Presents a study relating to the hermeneutic approach to counseling research. What the hermeneutic approach to understanding the meaning in human action requires; Description of the philosophical and procedural framework which undergirds the hermenuetic approach; Differences between counselors'...
- Counseling and psychotherapy as moral and spiritual...
Blakeney, Ronnie Ann; Blakeney, Charles David // Counseling & Values; Oct92, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p39
Discusses counseling and psychotherapy as it relates to moral and spiritual practice. Definition by the authors; Information on Developmental Counseling and Therapy (DCT); How physiological distress is defined; Detailed information on the study conducted; Reference material on the topic.
- Spiritual, ethical, and religious values in counseling.
Daniels, M. Harry // Counseling & Values; Jan1994, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p74
Opinion. Examines the ethical, spiritual, and religious values in counseling. Reference to other articles on this issue; Indepth look at the concept of counseling; Impact of ethics, spirituality and religion on counseling.
- A cross-cultural comparison of the worldviews of American, Chinese (from Taiwan), and Irish...
Cheng, Hsiao-Ping; O'Leary, Eleanor // Counseling & Values; Oct95, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p45
Assesses the worldviews of Irish, Chinese and American counseling students by using the Scale to Assess World Views. Importance of the worldviews that counseling students have in different countries; Different counseling approaches preferred by counselors; Similarities and differences in Irish,...
- The politics of counseling: Looking back and forward.
McClure, Bud A.; Russo, Thomas R. // Counseling & Values; Apr96, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p162
Examines reasons for the counseling profession's failure to adequately address social and political issues. Movement away from activist roots toward policies and agendas that are less socially engaged; Value of neutrality; Impediments to change; Power issues; Search for legitimacy; Search for...
- Chaos and christianity: A response to Butz and a bibical alternative.
Watts, Richard E.; Trusty, Jerry // Counseling & Values; Jan1997, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p88
Responds to the conclusion by M.R. Butz (1995) published in the periodical `Counseling and Values,' regarding chaos and christianity. Discussion of the compatibility between the two perspectives; Biblical model offered for counselors which allows them to help Christian clients acceptance of chaos.
- Value tensions between evangelical christians and christian counseling.
Beck, James R. // Counseling & Values; Jan1997, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p107
Looks at the relationship between evangelical pastors and christian counselors, focusing on the speculation by some christians as to whether christian counseling can be trusted. Why members of religious groups support christian counseling; Reason for the speculation between some religious groups...
- Counselor intentionality: Implications for the training of beginning counselors.
Miller, Mark J. // Counseling & Values; Apr97, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p194
Discusses how counselor intentions function within the process of counseling. Evaluation of the cognitive mediational paradigm; Implications of the use of counselor intentions for the training of beginning counselors; Suggestion on how this paradigm can be used to improve the training of...
- Get a life!
Wolcott, Jennifer // Christian Science Monitor; 4/4/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 90, p11
Discusses life coaches, people who help clients set goals and manage employment and relationships.
- Comparing families in crisis.
Wolcott, Jennifer // Children Today; Jul/Aug88, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p3
The self-help support group, which has long been an American way of coping with crises, is spreading abroad in a variety of forms.
- Four characteristics of an effective counseling and guidance program: Systematic, feasible,...
Rowe, F.A.; Kramer, G.L. // Education; Spring92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p416
Attempts to clarify the function of counseling and guidance in the schools. Discussion of key concepts; Achieving quality counseling and guidance programs; Ideas redefining counseling; The benefits of an effective program.
- It's okay to ask for help.
Richardson, P. // Essence (Essence); Jun89, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p50
Describes the crisis that drove one black woman to seek counseling, and what the counseling taught her. Other examples.
- I was making myself a doormat.
Richardson, P. // Good Housekeeping; Jan1989, Vol. 208 Issue 1, p20
Describes how a woman filled a void in her life when her oldest child went to college by becoming an advice giver and sounding board to chronic complainers who never took her suggestions anyway. How she broke away.
- Philosophy in the clinic.
Richardson, P. // Hastings Center Report; Nov/Dec93, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p4
Reports on philosophical counseling to help people treat problems through philosophical means. Methods and phenomenological views of counselee's worldviews.
- The relationship of rehabilitation counselor education to rehabilitation client outcome: A...
Szymanski, E.M.; Danek, M.M. // Journal of Rehabilitation; Jan92, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p49
Examines the relationship of varying levels of education among rehabilitation counselors. Study conducted from October 1, 1988 through September 30, 1989; Involved 100 counselors; Studied rehabilitation master's and unrelated master's or bachelors degrees; Level of counselor education and years...
- Therapy junkies.
Marcus, L.; Ryan, D.B. // Mother Jones; Mar/Apr91, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p60
Portrays psychological cases that are addicted to therapy. Dr. G. Gayle Stephens calls this `careers of illness'; Victims of chronic cultural casualty; Latent discontent from a felt lack or need; Courtesy disease labels.
- Solutions not winners.
Pruitt, D.G. // Psychology Today; Dec87, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p58
There are currently more than 300 dispute-resolution centers in the US which process more than 230,000 cases a year. The main function of these centers is to assist people who are in, or have been in, continuing relationships reach mutually acceptable resolutions to their disputes. Discusses...
- Counselors of taste.
Solomon, M.R. // Psychology Today; Jan88, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p50
While the affluent have always had access to valets and wine stewards, the pattern of personal consultants now appears to be trickling down to the middle class. People are turning to consultants to make the `right' choice--whether in clothing, furniture, wine or a mate.
- On family therapy.
Minuchin, Salvador // Psychology Today; Mar/Apr93, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p20
Examines the family, the source of our greatest hope for happiness which sometimes turns out to be the source of our greatest disappointment. Impressions of family therapy's importance in the new presidential administration and the future; Significance in Vice President Gore's statement that...
- Advice of counsel.
Sullivan, Gayle H.; Trudeau, Stephanie; Miller, Robin I.; Begany, Timothy // RN; Dec95, Vol. 58 Issue 12, p64
Presents question and answer information on advice of counsel. How to go about going over the supervisor's head; What to do if your employer doesn't want you working two jobs; How referrals can get you in hot water; How to help impaired elderly patients get through a bath; More.
Lewis, A.S. // Texas Monthly; Feb89, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p60
Describes the Dispute Resolution Centers, low-cost centers where mediators help to resolve family and other disputes in Texas. Alternate dispute resolution.
- CreekSide Counseling Services opens in Oswego.
Lewis, A.S. // Business Journal (Central New York); 7/2/2010, Vol. 24 Issue 27, p13
The article reports on the opening of CreekSide Counseling Services (CSS) which is a new agency that serves adults and teenagers in Oswego, New York.
- Where there's smoke....
Lewis, A.S. // AutoWeek; 11/22/93, Vol. 43 Issue 47, p10
Reports on the counseling services offered by Dr. Torch to people with love problems. Torch's slogan in his promotional material; Contact information.
- Effects of politically correct language and counselor skill level on perceptions of counselor...
Arokiasamy, Charles V.; Strohmer, Douglas C. // Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin; Jun94, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p304
Discusses the effects of counselor's use of language and counselor skills on perceptions on perceptions of counselor credibility in the United States. Politically correct, incorrect and ultra-correct language; Interaction among language, counselor skill and participant disability status.
- NONDIRECTIVE REORIENTATION IN COUNSELING.
Pemberton, William H. // ETC: A Review of General Semantics; Spring92, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p94
Recommends a counseling technique, limited to discussing certain kinds of nondirective influences in the counseling situation, which utilizes some semantic procedures which correct verbal distortions and disorienting assumptions. Correcting distortions due to lack of specifity; Rectifying...
- Confident about confidences?
Zirkel, P.A. // Phi Delta Kappan; May92, Vol. 73 Issue 9, p732
Discusses the decision in `Eisel v. Board of Education' which is sending shock waves through the community of school counselors, social workers, school psychologists and boards of education. Burden on school counselors of communicating information known to them about students' suicidal thoughts...
- He said, she said.
Hoban, Phoebe // New York; 6/15/92, Vol. 25 Issue 24, p30
Examines how couples' therapy has become a multi-million-dollar business--with both married and unmarried couples hashing it out on therapists' couches. Factors contributing to couples'-therapy trend; How divorce is seen as last resort in the '90s; How marriage has undergone a profound...
- Research in counseling.
Tice, T.N. // Education Digest; Jan1992, Vol. 57 Issue 5, p41
Reports that `A Review of the Empirical Basis for Counseling: Implications for Practice and Training' is offered by Thomas L. Sexton and Susan C. Whiston in the June 1991 `Counselor Education and Supervision (vol. 30, no. 4), 330-54.
- A cup of companionship.
Wermuth, Cynthia // Yankee; Mar93, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p20
Narrates a personal experience in helping stop a suicide attempt. Attempt at Mount Hope Bridge in Rhode Island; Promise of a cup of coffee; Companionship.
- Finding time for counseling in primary care.
Stuart, Marian R.; Lieberman III, Joseph A. // Patient Care; 11/15/1994, Vol. 28 Issue 18, p118
No abstract available.
- AACD may have outlived its usefulness.
Smith, Howard B. // Counselor Education & Supervision; Mar1990, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p134
Opinion. Presents the author's view on American Association for Counseling and Development (AACD) that may have outlived its usefulness and needs to be replaced by an alternative organization or organizations. Structure of AACD; Concept of AACD regions; Professional identity of AACD and its...
- AACD: A case for unity.
Sweeney, Thomas J. // Counselor Education & Supervision; Mar1990, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p141
Provides a brief historical perspective on American Association for Counseling and Development (AACD) as an organization. Criteria on professional membership; Divisional versus regional governance representation; Visionary versus management headquarters staff; Problems and possibilities of the...
- A review of the empirical basis for counseling:...
Sexton, Thomas L.; Whiston, Susan C. // Counselor Education & Supervision; Jun91, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p330
Reviews the empirical literature for counseling and identifies the common themes therein that will help clarify what people know about counseling. Existing counselor and client factors in counseling; Presentation of a conceptual model of the counseling process; Counseling process in an...
- Evaluation of counselor education programs: A proposed plan.
Osborne, Judith L.; House, Reese M. // Counselor Education & Supervision; Mar1995, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p253
Evaluates the professional counseling programs by reviewing the existing literature. Rationale and components of program evaluation; Benefits from the review survey to faculty and advisory board members.
- The quest for identity in the counseling profession.
Hanna, Fred J.; Bemak, Fred // Counselor Education & Supervision; Mar1997, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p194
Reviews issues concerning the American counseling profession's search for an identity. Tensions between counseling, counseling psychology and psychology as the major aspect of the identity issue; Historical background on this search for identity; Illusions, contradictions, ironies involved in...
- The impact of metaphor on clinical hypothesis formation and perceived supervisor characteristics.
Young, J. Scott; Borders, L. Dianne // Counselor Education & Supervision; Jun98, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p238
Presents a study which was conducted to examine the formation of clinical hypothesis and characteristics of perceived supervisors when metaphorical or literal language was used by a counselor supervisor. Citing of the use of metaphorical communication as an effective intervention; Why...
- Using rubrics for documentation of clinical work supervision.
Hanna, Mary Ann; Smith, Juliann // Counselor Education & Supervision; Jun98, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p269
Focuses on counseling, with emphasis on the use of the scoring rubric method of assessment in clinical supervision. How evaluations of performance have been defined; Reference to the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) assessment standards; Success...
- Getting clean.
Hoban, P. // New York; 2/20/89, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p38
Report on the many New Yorkers attending meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, and Narcotics Anonymous. Addicts; Recovery; Examples.
- Interactive discussion of early recollections: A group...
Mansager, Erik; Barnes, Marie // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ; Dec95, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p413
Looks at the potential utility of early recollections (ERs) for therapeutic understanding of clients, and for self understanding. Purpose of using this technique in a teen group setting; Examples of case studies; Method used to obtain ERs; Importance of feedback in ER sharing; Benefits of this...
- Reframing as a specific interpretive counseling technique.
Eckstein, Daniel // Individual Psychology: The Journal of Adlerian Theory, Research ; Dec97, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p418
Looks as `reframing' a specific interpretative counseling technique that can facilitate reorientation and reeducation. Role of interpretation in counseling; What are the practical components of reframing; Details on the Adlerian applications of reframing; Information on the dual nature of...
- NAADAC and NCRC complete first rounds of mediated negotiations.
Eckstein, Daniel // Addiction Letter; Mar1992, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p1
Offers a look at the first round of negotiations between the National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) and the National Certification Reciprocity Consortium (NCRC). Comments by mediator Michael Lewis; Two groups met last month in hopes of resolving a years-old...
- Peer programs place responsibility on youth.
Tignor, E. // Addiction Letter; Mar1992, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p2
Offers a look at peer programs and defines them as an active process of creating conditions and fostering personal attributes that promote the well-being of people. Peer programs, a standard form of substance abuse prevention for youth, fulfill both these functions. Variety of forms; Organized...
- Researchers report on case study using contingency management.
Tignor, E. // Addiction Letter; Mar1992, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p5
Reports that a recent case study at the University of Vermont reinforces the perceived effectiveness of `contingency management' and `community reinforcement' in the treatment of drug addiction. Details of study; Results; Phases.
- Approaching managed care from a creative standpoint.
Tignor, E. // Addiction Letter; Jul1992, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p8
Explores the authors ideas for alternatives to insurance for counseling. Churches and schools; Empowerment and self responsibility; Education about alcoholism/drug abuse and feelings; Building of decision-making skills; Bible study groups; Advisory hours; Improving people's quality of life.
- Recovering, non-recovering counselors differ little.
Tignor, E. // Addiction Letter; Jun93, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p6
Reports on a study of the personality characteristics of recovering alcoholic and non-alcoholic counselors. Tender-mindedness of those with more education; Tough-mindedness of those with less education; Lack of significant differences between male and female counselors and between inpatient and...
- Restructuring guidance and counseling programs.
Snyder, Beverly A.; Daly, Timothy P. // School Counselor; Sep93, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p36
Cites the need for the restructuring of guidance and counseling programs. Efforts to revitalize and transform school counseling and guidance programs; Developmental guidance model; Philosophy adopted for the restructuring model; Chronological review of implementation; program implementation model.
- Do you prefer giving advice or getting advice?
Dolliver, Mark // Adweek Eastern Edition; 8/25/1997, Vol. 38 Issue 34, p12
Presents the results of a survey conducted by `Adweek' periodical on the preference of Americans regarding the giving or getting of advice or counseling. Breakdown of data by age group.
- A Comparative Guidance Study: Group Counseling with Selected African Student-Teachers.
Waldkoetter, Raymond O. // Personnel & Guidance Journal; Mar62, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p638
The article presents information on an experiment which was conducted with a number of male African student-teachers. Because that the group behavior system in African development has pronounced significance, therefore group counseling is considered for this kind of psychological study. The...
- School conferences at work.
Cosell, H. // Working Mother; May92, p80
Comments on a new program in North Carolina's Newton-Conover School District. How guidance counselors meet with parents in their workplace to discuss a students' performance; Benefits for both the parents and the school systems.