L. DiAnne Borders

She received her BA in English (education) at University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She received her MAEd in Counseling at Wake Forest University and her PhD in Counselor Education at University of Florida. She has been a faculty member since 1987.

There are 47 included publications by L. DiAnne Borders :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Addressing Personal Issues in Supervision: Impact of Counselors' Experience Level on Various Aspects of the Supervisory Relationship 1996 348 Investigated 20 entry-level and 20 advanced counselors' perceptions of the discussion of counselors' personal issues and its impact on counselors' covert perceptions of and reactions to the supervisory relationship, supervisor's interactional style, ...
Adult adoptees and their friends: Current functioning and psychosocial wellbeing. 2000 1679 Adoptees (n = 100) and a matched group of their friends completed measures of psychosocial well-being thought particularly salient for adult adoptees. Results indicated more similarities (life satisfaction, life regrets, purpose in life, intimacy, su...
An Analysis of Environmental and Social Factors Affecting Adolescent Problem Drinking 2001 1181 Researchers only recently have begun to examine the environmental and contextual factors that influence adolescent drinking behavior. The objective of this study was to create and test a comprehensive model of adolescent problem drinking. Items from...
Are adopted children and their parents at greater risk for negative outcomes? 1998 2946 Drawing from the National Survey of Families and Households data set, a group of adopted children and their parents (n = 72) and a matched group of biological children and their parents were identified. Parents' responses on items related to their ow...
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Guidelines for Research Mentorship: Development and Implementation. 2012 558 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...
Becoming a Counselor: A Longitudinal Study of Student Cognitive Development 1997 269 Presents a study which investigated the cognitive development of counseling students during their training program. Approaches in examining counselor cognitive functioning; Least examined dimension of counselor cognitive functioning; How the study wa...
Boys' preceptions of the male role: Understanding gender role conflict in adolescent males. 2005 3033 Adolescent males are at risk for a number of academic, social, and emotional problems. Existing research provides evidence that a number of these problems are related to conflicts experienced by adolescent males through the gender socialization proce...
Career and college planning needs of ninth graders - as reported by ninth graders. 2006 2354 Few researchers have asked students directly about what they know and need to know regarding college and career planning. Given the critical choices made early in high school, ninth graders (n = 222) were surveyed regarding their educational and care...
Cognitions of Supervisors-In-Training: An Exploratory Study 1994 181 Explores supervisor development using multiple measures with nine supervisors-in-training. Difficulty in assuming the supervisor role and dealing with relationship dynamics; Supervision as an essential element of counselor development; Three brief mo...
The Counselor Cognitions Questionnaire: Development and validation. 2010 543 Cognitive complexity is a crucial factor in counselor efficacy, yet an empirically validated instrument that measures counselors’ cognitions about clients does not exist. Development and preliminary psychometric support for such a measure, the Counse...
Counselor cognitions: General and domain-specific complexity. 2010 289 Counselor cognitive complexity is an important factor in counseling efficacy. The Counselor Cognitions Questionnaire (L. E. Welfare, 2006) and the Washington University Sentence Completion Test (J. Loevinger & R. Wessler, 1970) were used to explore t...
Dyadic, triadic, and group models of peer supervision/consultation: What are their components and is there evidence of their effectiveness? 2012 3217 Models that meet the Psychology Board of Australia's definition of peer consultation include dyadic, triadic, and group formats. Components of these models (e.g., goals, theoretical basis, role of leader, members' roles, structure, and steps in proce...
Ethical Guidelines for Counseling Supervisors 1995 499 The following Ethical Guidelines for Counseling Supervisors were adopted by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) Governing Council in March of 1993. The guidelines were written by a subcommittee of the ACES Supervision Inter...
Genetic Counseling Supervisor Competencies: Results of a Delphi Study. 2013 701 Clinical supervision is a critical component of genetic counseling student preparation, yet empirically-determined competencies for genetic counseling supervisors are lacking. In this study a modified, two-round Delphi method was used to gain consens...
Helping Students Apply the Scientist-Practitioner Model: A Teaching Approach 1994 485 The scientist-practitioner model was taught to counseling students by giving them an opportunity to integrate theory. research, and practice via a process research case study.
Helping Students Apply the Scientist-Practitioner Model: A Teaching Approach 1994 162 Describes a teaching approach to give counseling students an opportunity to integrate theory, research and practice. Use of process research study; Relationship of process research and the study of counseling practice; Encouraging the application of ...
Impact of a Counseling Supervision Course on Doctoral Students' Cognitions 1996 206 Studies the impact of a didactic and experiential supervision course on counseling students' cognitions, including perceptions of their supervisory behaviors, self appraisals of their supervision ability, conceptualizations about a specific supervise...
The Impact of Metaphor on Clinical Hypothesis Formation and Perceived Supervisor Characteristics 1998 639 An analogue methodology was used to examine clinical hypothesis formation and perceived supervisor characteristics when metaphorical or literal language was used by a counselor supervisor.
Impact of Two Clinical Peer Supervision Models on Practicing School Counselors 1997 913 Pre- and posttest measures were used to assess school counselors' level of job satisfaction, counseling self-efficacy and counseling effectiveness. None of the analyses of covariance examining treatment effects were significant.
Individual and Triadic and group? Supervisors’ and supervisees’ perceptions of each modality. 2012 831 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...
Influential Factors in Career Orientation and Career Aspiration of Early Adolescent Girls 1997 1772 Two models of the career development of early adolescent girls were investigated. For each model, endogenous variables were adolescents' gender role attitudes and the mother–daughter relationship (psychological separation and attachment); exogenous v...
The intentional use of metaphor in counseling supervision 1999 1343 In this multiple case study, the intentional use of metaphor in supervision was examined to determine its impact on (1) supervisees’ recall of supervision events, (2) supervisees’ perceptions of the effectiveness of supervision, and (3) supervisees’ ...
The Latino Parents-Learning About College (LaP-LAC) Program: Educational Empowerment of Latino Families Through Psychoeducational Group Work 2014 88 Parental involvement is crucial to facilitating a child's high school success and enhancing their post-secondary opportunities. Unfortunately, the ability for Latina/o parents and guardians to engage in parental involvement is hindered by a general l...
Life Satisfaction of Single Middle-Aged Professional Women 1995 1010 This study examined 10 factors and their relation to the life satisfaction of single middle-aged professional women. The proposed regression model, which included job satisfaction, gender identity, locus of control, social support, health, financial ...
A measure of college-going self-efficacy for middle school students. 2010 900 Many career and educational plans are made well before high school graduation. School counselors' efforts to support these plans are limited by the lack of assessments of middle school students' college-going beliefs. Development of the College-Going...
Men in traditional and nontraditional careers: Gender role attitudes, gender role conflict, and job satisfaction. 2006 2083 Men established in traditional (mechanical engineering, n = 100) and nontraditional (elementary school counseling, n = 100) careers were compared on their career compromise choices (sex type vs. prestige), adherence to masculinity ideology, gender ro...
Mentoring promotion/tenure-seeking faculty: principles of good practice within a counselor education program 2011 539 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...
Multicultural SuperVISION: A Paradigm of Cultural Responsiveness for Supervisors 2001 753 The need for cultural characteristics to be addressed in supervision is discussed as a way of dealing with both opportunities and obstacles that may exist. The VISION model of cultural responsiveness is described as a practical means of supervisors e...
Optimizing the informal curriculum: one counselor education program mode 2005 160 An annual project involving students and faculty in a collaborative, 6-month planning process that culminates in a half-day program with both didactic and experiential components is presented as a model for creating powerful learning experiences exte...
Optimizing the Informal Curriculum: One Counselor Education Program Model 2005 748 An annual project involving students and faculty in a collaborative, 6-month planning process that culminates in a half-day program with both didactic and experiential components is presented as a model for creating powerful learning experiences ex...
Parental involvement in children's education: considerations for school counselors working with Latino immigrant families 2013 2887 The Hoover-Dempsey et al. (2005) model of parents" involvement in their children's schools has recently been applied to Latino immigrant families. This article reviews that literature and then describes culturally appropriate strategies for school co...
Perceptions of the Supervisory Relationship: A Preliminary Qualitative Study of Recovering and Nonrecovering Substance Abuse Counselors 1998 235 Interviews with a sample (N = 5) of substance abuse counselors were conducted concerning perceptions of their relationship with their clinical supervisors. The interview protocol was developed from four existing supervision relationship inventories, ...
Perceptions of the supervisory relationship: Recovering and non-recovering substance abuse counselors. 1999 890 The unique set of dynamics found in the substance abuse field (i.e., recovering and nonrecovering counselors and supervisors) calls for a separate examination of the supervisory relationship within this context. The authors examined differences in co...
Personal Definitions of Masculinity and Femininity as an Aspect of Gender Self-Concept 2005 691 Analyses of responses to the Hoffman Gender Scale (R. M. Hoffman, L. D. Borders, & J. A. Hattie, 2000) questions "What do you mean by femininity?" (female respondents) and "What do you mean by masculinity?" (male respondents) provided a framework for...
Prospective first-generation college students: A social-cognitive perspective. 2010 662 The authors investigated differences in college-going expectations of middle school students who would be the 1st in their families to attend college. Social-cognitive career theory (SCCT; R. W. Lent, S. D. Brown, & G. Hackett, 1994) was used to exam...
Reconstruction of adoption issues: Delineation of five phases among adult adoptees. 2007 1339 Five adoption-reconstruction phases were identified in narratives of 100 adoptees ages 5 to 55 years. Phases ranged from no awareness of adoption issues (Phase 1) to acute awareness accompanied by anger, resentment, and sadness about adoption (Phase)...
Research quality: Critique of Journal of Counseling and Development 2013 1475 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...
School counseling in the 21st century: Personal and professional reflections on the four focus articles. 2002 6349 I have two very vague memories of my high school guidance counselor, the only counselor I remember from my 12 years in public school. Both memories are from my senior year. One is related to paperwork regarding a scholarship nomination I received. Th...
School Counseling: An Evolving Specialty 1995 811 School counseling as a specialty area of the counseling profession emerged, and continues to evolve, as a result of social, educational, political, and economic trends. Specifically, at the beginning of the twentieth century, divergent needs of publi...
Snapshot of clinical supervision in counseling and counselor education: A five-year review. 2005 4051 Clinical supervision articles in journals published by the American Counseling Association and in two international counseling journals over the last five years include both conceptual pieces and empirical studies. These articles are reviewed and dis...
Subtle messages in clinical supervision. 2009 356 The supervision literature is replete with cautions that supervision practice often must be subtle and nuanced to meet the individualized needs of supervisees. It offers little direction, however, for how and why a supervisor might choose a more subt...
Supervision of Counselor Licensure Applicants: A Comparative Study 1995 774 A survey of supervisors of counselor licensure applicants in two states indicated that a state board's supervision regulations do have some impact on the practice of supervision.
Supervision of psychosocial skills in genetic counseling. 2006 877 Little has been written about how genetic counseling supervisors can help students develop psychosocial skills in their clinical rotations. The authors describe several approaches supervisors can use, ranging from preventive measures (e.g., normalizi...
Supervision Regulations in Counselor Licensure Legislation 1992 799 Legislation regarding supervisor criteria and the conduct of supervision for counselor licensure applicants in 34 states is summarized and compared with ACES and AACD standards.
Twenty-five years after the Bem Sex-Role Inventory: A reassessment and new issues regarding classification variability 2001 17656 Respondents' Bem Sex-Role Inventory (BSRI; S. L. Bem, 1974) classifications may differ considerably on the basis of the form and scoring method used. The BSRI was reexamined with respect to past and present relevance.
Use of Focus Groups in Survey Item Development 2002 220 Focus groups are rapidly gaining popularity as a field research tool. This technique can be particularly effective in survey item development, as illustrated here via development of the Volunteer Work Behaviors Questionnaire. The steps involved in th...
Using Motivational Interviewing Techniques to Address Parallel Process in Supervision 2013 97 Supervision offers a distinct opportunity to experience the interconnection of counselor–client and counselor–supervisor interactions. One product of this network of interactions is parallel process, a phenomenon by which counselors unconsciously ide...