|Adult adoptees and their friends: Current functioning and psychosocial wellbeing.
||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
||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?
||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.
||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...
|Boys' preceptions of the male role: Understanding gender role conflict in adolescent males.
||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.
||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...
|Helping Students Apply the Scientist-Practitioner Model: A Teaching Approach
||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....
|The Impact of Metaphor on Clinical Hypothesis Formation and Perceived Supervisor Characteristics
||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....
|The intentional use of metaphor in counseling supervision
||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’ ...
|Mentoring promotion/tenure-seeking faculty: principles of good practice within a counselor education program
||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...
|Optimizing the Informal Curriculum: One Counselor Education Program Model
||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...
|Perceptions of the supervisory relationship: Recovering and non-recovering substance abuse counselors.
||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...
|Reconstruction of adoption issues: Delineation of five phases among adult adoptees.
||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)...
|School counseling in the 21st century: Personal and professional reflections on the four focus articles.
||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...
|Snapshot of clinical supervision in counseling and counselor education: A five-year review.
||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...
|Supervision of Counselor Licensure Applicants: A Comparative Study
||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.
||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
||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....
|Triadic and individual and group? Supervisors’ and supervisees’ perceptions of each modality.
||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...
|Twenty-five years after the Bem Sex-Role Inventory: A reassessment and new issues regarding classification variability
||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....