|Examining the impact of international graduate students' acculturation experiences on their career decision-making self-efficacy
||The statistics from the Institute of International Education (2006) show that the number of international graduate students studying at universities in the U.S. continues to increase, and that more international students choose to acquire work experi...
|Testing the engagement theory of program quality in CACREP-accredited counselor education programs
||Program quality is a high priority in American higher education (Haworth & Conrad, 1997; Schuh & Upcraft, 2000). The drive by both public and private colleges and universities to enhance and evaluate program quality is partially fueled by an ever-inc...
|An exploration of school counselors’ knowledge sharing practices using diffusion of innovation theory, social exchange theory, and theory of reasoned action.
||School counselors are expected to be advocates, collaborators, consultants, and leaders in their work with students, families, administrators, school staff, and community based stakeholders (ASCA, 2005; Shoffner & Briggs, 2001; Rowley, 2000). Underly...
|The knowledge, skills, practices and attributes that are necessary for leadership roles in counseling
||The CACREP Standards document leadership as an essential part of counselor
development. However, there does not yet seem to be a consensus in the profession about
what specific knowledge, skills, ...
|Supervision of school counselors-in-training: site supervisors’ experiences and perspectives
||Supervision models and guidelines (Kahn, 1999; Lambie & Sias, 2009; Luke & Bernard, 2006; Murphy & Kaffenberger, 2007; Nelson & Johnson, 1999; Roberts & Morotti, 2001; Studer, 2005; Wood & Rayle, 2006) have been proposed to address the distinctive is...
|Career counselors’ perspectives on social justice advocacy
||The counseling profession has been rooted in both social justice and career development since Frank Parsons began providing career guidance services to underserved youth and immigrants of Boston over a century ago (Kiselica & Robinson, 2001; O'Brien,...
|Caring for the caregiver: exploration of sibling connection and social support in relationships of adult siblings caring for aging parents with dementia
||There is a growing population of aging parents with dementia and subsequent obligations of adult children to provide care for them. Approaches to helping adult siblings care for their parents are centered on primary caregiver network models that over...