|A Work Behavior Analysis of Executive Coaches.
||The term "executive coaching" recently has come into counseling parlance and is used to describe an intervention or set of interventions offered by a professional, the executive coach, to a managerial or executive client (Douglas & Moorely, 2000; Har...
|College-going beliefs of prospective first-generation college students : perceived barriers, social supports, self-efficacy, and outcome expectations
||" Approximately 27% of all graduating high school seniors are prospective first-generation college students. First-generation college students are defined as those whose parents have no formal education beyond high school. Unfortunately, most of the ...
|School Environment and Coping Resources: A Predictive Model of School Counselor Burnout
||"The relationship of school environment and counselor coping resources to school counselor burnout was investigated in this dissertation study by testing a hypothesized path model among a sample of school counselors certified in North Carolina and cu...
|Counselor cognitive complexity : instrument development and validation
||"Because issues in counseling are often complex, it is difficult for counselors to accurately understand their clients' needs. A counselor's understanding is limited by his or her ability to recognize relevant client variables and comprehend their in...
|Addressing the Professional Development Awareness Needs of School Counselors regarding English Language Learners (ELLs): Using the School Cultural Capital Game to Enhance Level of Self-Efficacy with ELLs and Attitudes toward Immigrants
||Close to 4.6 million public school students receive English Language Learner (ELL) services (Kindler, 2002). In addition to educational gaps that exist between ELLs and their non-ELL peers, ELLs often experience significant barriers to academic succe...
|"Tell Me What Your God Look Like": A Study of African Americans and the God-Image.
||The purpose of this research study was to investigate the Image of God and Racial Identity of African American attendees of Black Churches in rural areas, where religious activity is said to permeate everyday life (Hunt & Hunt, 2001). Eight African A...
|Counselors' attributions of blame toward female survivors of battering
||Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a social problem that affects roughly 5.3 million women in the U.S. each year, accounts for 1,300 deaths, and often results in a number of physical and mental health consequences. Many women seek counseling as a way...