Ng, Kok-Mun

UNCC

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THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG MASTER’S LEVEL COUNSELING TRAINEES’ TRAINING LEVEL, EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, AND PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF EMOTION REGULATION DURING A SIMULATED COUNSELING INTERACTION 2013 390 This study explored the relationships among master’s level counseling trainees’ level of training, ability emotional intelligence (EI), and psychophysiological correlates of emotion regulation recorded during a video-simulated client interaction. A...
THE ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN CHILD THERAPISTS’ PERCEIVED WORKING ALLIANCE AND THEIR TRAIT ANXIETY, ATTACHMENT QUALITY, AND MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING COMPETENCE IN PLAY THERAPY SETTINGS 2013 477 Agreement exists that the therapeutic working alliance (TWA) is related to outcomes in therapy across both child and adult populations (Horvath, Del Re, Flu¨ckiger, & Symonds, 2011; Shirk, Karver, & Brown, 2011). However, what factors contribute to t...
The Counseling Training Environment Scale (CTES) : development of a self-report measure to assess counseling training environment 2012 559 Based on Bronfenbrenner's (1979, 1992) ecological framework, the Counseling Training Environment Scale (CTES) was developed as a self-report measure that assesses the learning and training environment of counseling and related mental health training ...