|Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Guidelines for Research Mentorship: Development and Implementation.
||The authors describe guidelines endorsed by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision for research mentorship, including characteristics of mentors and mentees. Suggestions for implementing the guidelines at the individual, program, ins...
|Career Concerns of Master's-Level Community and School Counselor Trainees
||The authors examined the career concerns of 152 counselor trainees in 7 master's-level programs accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. Results indicate that counselor trainees expressed considerabl...
|Coping behaviors, abuse history, and counseling: Differentiating college students who self-injure
||Nonsuicidal self-injury is an important concern that has received limited attention. In this study, the authors explored several factors differentiating three student groups: never self-injured, self-injured in the past, and currently self-injure. Am...
|Counselors’-in-training perceptions of gendered behavior
||This study utilized Q methodology to examine counselors’-in-training (CIT) perceptions of gendered behavior. Findings supported that most CITs adhered to a traditional view of gender. To work effectively with couples and families, it is suggested tha...
|A cross-sectional matched sample study of nonsuicidal self-injury among young adults: support for interpersonal and intrapersonal factors, with implications for coping strategies
||Background: Young adults are a high-risk group for nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). It is important to have a better understanding of these behaviors in order to facilitate effective research, intervention, and treatment. Models have been presented to...
|Dissertations in CACREP-Accredited Counseling Doctoral Programs: An Initial Investigation
||Faculty in 38 CACREP-accredited doctoral programs in the US described their dissertation products over the last three years, composition of their dissertation committees, and their satisfaction ratings with dissertation products and processes. Result...
|A Glimpse Into the Lives of Nine Youths in a Correctional Facility: Insight Into Theories of Delinquency
||Theories explaining delinquency have been examined primarily using quantitative
methods. The current study used interviews to gain insight into the lives of
delinquent male adolescents. Results indicate that no single theory best explains delinquen...
|Head over heels: Wives who stay with their cross-dressing and transsexual partners: Book review
||Most individuals get into relationships with the knowledge that they do not know everything about their romantic partners and that they may spend a lifetime getting to know their partner through all the life stages and changes that will occur. Howeve...
|Impact of exposure to violence in school on child and adolescent mental health and behavior
||Exposure to violence at school remains a significant problem for children and adolescents. This study examined the relationship between exposure to violence at school and child reports of psychological trauma symptoms and violent behavior. The sample...
|Individual and Triadic and group? Supervisors’ and supervisees’ perceptions of each modality.
||In this consensual qualitative research study, the authors explored supervisors' (n= 11) and their supervisees' (n= 31) perceptions of individual, triadic, and group supervision sessions during practicum. Data from supervisor individual interviews an...
|Mentoring promotion/tenure-seeking faculty: principles of good practice within a counselor education program
||Approaches to mentoring junior faculty in counselor education departments have received minimal attention in the counseling literature. In this article, the authors describe a successful program based on the 10 principles for good mentoring recommend...
|Narcissism, Entitlement, and Questionable Research Practices in Counseling: A Pilot Study
||Although reports of research misconduct and questionable research practices (QRPs) have been prevalent in the literature,
very little has been written about these issues in the field of counseling. The current pilot study addresses (a) the continuou...
|A new measure of interpersonal exploitativeness
||Measures of exploitativeness evidence problems with validity and reliability. The present set of studies assessed a new measure [the Interpersonal Exploitativeness Scale (IES)] that defines exploitativeness in terms of reciprocity. In Studies 1 and 2...
|Non-suicidal self-injury: Exploring the correlations among race, ethnic identity, and ethnic belonging
||This study examined race and ethnic identity in relation to nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI). Participants included freshmen at 2 universities, who were predominantly female. Final inferential statistics examined differences across Caucasian, African A...
|Opening space for client reflection: A postmodern consideration
||It is suggested in this article that perhaps during those occasions in which some distance exists between ourselves and our problems in life, we might experience an opportunity for reflective thinking. It is also suggested that opportunities for refl...
|Participants' Experiences of Non-suicidal Self-Injury: Supporting Existing Theory and Emerging Conceptual Pathways
||Due to the increase in prevalence of non-suicidal self-injury, various models of self-injury have been proposed. Researchers have found empirical support for components of these models but have not explored the models in their entirety, nor supported...
|Psychological Climate, Stress, and Research Integrity Among Research Counselor Educators: A Preliminary Study
||In this quantitative study, 187 counselor educators at research institutions
reported engaging in responsible conduct of research (RCR),
with a few individuals reporting deviations from ethical behavior.
Tenure-seeking faculty members indicated a ...
|Publishing ethical research: A step-by-step overview.
||To publish ethical research, one must conduct research responsibly, making ethical choices from the inception of the research idea and throughout the research process. Conducting and publishing ethical research is important because of the impact the ...
|Research Competencies in Counseling: A Delphi Study
||Research quality has become the focus of a nationwide discussion, one from which the counseling field is not exempt. One hindrance to improving counseling research is the lack of guidelines for research competence. The purpose of this study was to de...
|Research quality: Critique of Journal of Counseling and Development
||The purpose of this study was to examine the quality of quantitative articles published in the Journal of Counseling & Development. Quality concerns arose in regard to omissions of psychometric information of instruments, effect sizes, and statistica...
|Research Training in Doctoral Programs Accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs
||Faculty in 38 doctoral counselor education programs accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs identified the quantitative and qualitative designs and other research topics that were covered in required...
|Responsible Conduct of Research Measure: The initial development and pilot study
||Although much discussion has been focused on research misconduct (RM) and questionable research practices, to date no self-report measures exist to examine this phenomenon. To help fill this void, the authors developed the Responsible Conduct of Rese...
|Seeking help for non-suicidal self-injury: A social network analysis approach
||Individuals who self-injure have consistently reported less perceived social support; yet, little is actually known about the support they seek out from others specifically for non-suicidal self-injury. The goal of this study was to explore character...
|Self-injurious behaviors, diagnoses, and treatment methods: What mental health professionals are reporting
||Self-injurious behaviors are gaining increased attention in both the media and the professional literature. Despite increased interest, little is actually known about prevalence, diagnoses, and treatment considerations, specifically with outpatient m...
|Self-injury and postvention: Responding to the family in crisis
||Postvention actions are commonly employed after completed suicides and suicide attempts but can be adapted to assist affected family members in dealing with other types of crisis. The authors adapt a postvention model to be applied to systemically wo...
|Teaching Research Integrity in the Field of Counseling
||Little has been done in terms of teaching or writing about research
integrity or research ethics in the counseling field. Because of the
continual push for research in counseling to maintain evidence-based
practices, there is a need for education ...
|The use of masks in counseling: Creating reflective space
||Using expressive art techniques in counseling is one way in which to open space for a client to reflect on his or her concerns or problems in therapy. One form of expressive art is the use of masks. Masks have been used throughout history in theatre ...
|Violence exposure, psychological trauma, and suicide risk in a community sample of dangerously violent adolescents
||Objective: To examine violence exposure, violent behaviors, psychological trauma, and suicide risk in a community sample of dangerously violent adolescents by comparison with a matched community sample of nonviolent adolescents.
Method: Anonymous se...
|Violence, coping, and mental health in a community sample of adolescents
||The current study examined the coping strategies, exposure to violence and psychological trauma symptoms of violent adolescents compared to less violent and nonviolent adolescents in a community sample. An anonymous self-report questionnaire was admi...
|Wellness of Counselor Educators: An Initial Look
||This study with 180 counselor educators showed that, overall, educators appeared to have high levels of wellness. However, differences related to academic rank, children in the home, gender, and marital status were found. Perceived stress and number ...
|Will’s choice: Book review.
||A worst fear of most counselors is a client who attempts or commits suicide. While a counselor focuses on the safety of the client, he or she sometimes may forget about the impact on the family and friends of the suicidal client. Will’s Choice...
|Working With Clients Who Self-Injure: Providing Alternatives
||The topic of self-injurious behavior (SIB) has been gaining widespread attention. Although college counselors engage in various types of treatments in order to uncover the underlying reasons for a client's SIB, there is another step in treatment that...