Young, J. Scott

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An exploratory study of the role of family, friends, and partners in the body image development of college-age sexual minority males 2012 2761 Male body image has gained increasing attention among counselors and researchers within the past decade in light of the growing percentage of men reporting dissatisfaction with their bodies. For example, Garner (1997) found that male body dissatisfac...
The role of acculturation on sense of fairness of the division of family labor and marital quality among Brazilian immigrants in the U.S. 2012 2003 Over 1 million people are admitted into the United States each year with the status of legal permanent residents. Brazilian immigrants in the US are a relatively small population; however, their numbers are growing to approximately 800,000 to 1 milli...
Reconceptualizing the influence of empathic capacity and emotional numbing on perceptions of social support in female survivors of interpersonal violence: an initial investigation into the implications of neurophysiology for trauma recovery 2013 2224 An estimated 80 percent of individuals living in the United States have experienced at least one traumatic event during their lifetime, with nearly one in eight developing symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as a result (Breslau & Kessle...
Social support, school engagement, and academic achievement in a sample of African American male high school students 2014 1571 Research has consistently shown that African American male students have lower grade point averages (GPAs) (McGuire, 2005), lower standardized test scores (Sims, 2012), lower class level placement (Noguera, 2005), have higher dropout rates (Schott Fo...
Dreaming after trauma: exploring the relationship of replicative and recurrent posttraumatic nightmares to insomnia, nightmare distress, and posttraumatic stress disorder among survivors of intimate partner violence 2015 1067 Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a widespread problem with significant negative effects. A common result of IPV is the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a disorder that occurs when psychological recovery from a traumatic experien...
Online counselor training: challenges and successes in the experiences of online counselor educators 2016 425 Online education has grown significantly in higher education despite a decline in overall enrollment (Allen & Seaman, 2015; U.S. Census, 2014). Notwithstanding the growing trend of online education, counselor education has been slower than many field...
Mental health issues and seeking of formal mental health services among Muslims in the Southeastern U.S.: preliminary investigation of a contextual theoretical framework based on the theory of planned behavior/theory of reasoned action and the social ecological model 2017 1440 The Muslim community in the Southeastern U.S., being a small part of the larger Muslim population in the U.S., faces many psychosocial issues and underutilizes mental health services. Muslims’ underutilization of mental health services to address the...
Counselors as leaders: the mediating role of stress in the relationship between psychological capital and transformational leadership 2019 118 Leadership is a fundamental factor in organizational success (Koene, Voglaar, & Soeter, 2012). Leader effectiveness occurs when individuals in leadership positions impact groups or followers in ways that aid them in performing their roles with positi...