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A. Keith Mobley

**Education: PhD, Counseling and Counselor Education, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro--MEd, Counseling and Guidance, Clemson University--BS, Biology, Augusta State University **Research Interests (selected): Gender issues--Wellness--Counselor training

There are 6 included publications by A. Keith Mobley :

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Empirical Research About Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence: A Methodological Review 2009 369 This article presents a systematic review of empirical research examining intimate partner violence among same-sex couples. Seventeen studies that met the inclusion criteria were rated using a 15-item evaluation questionnaire. The results indicated t...
Individual and Triadic and group? Supervisors’ and supervisees’ perceptions of each modality. 2012 344 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...
Mentoring promotion/tenure-seeking faculty: principles of good practice within a counselor education program 2011 211 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...
Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence: Dynamics, Social Context, and Counseling Implications 2007 2952 This article presents a review of literature describing intimate partner violence (IPV) in same-sex relationships. The authors present definitions and the prevalence of the main forms of violence—physical, sexual, and emotional—that can occur within ...
Wellness of counseling students: practicing what we preach. (Counselor Preparation). 2003 497 A study of wellness among 263 graduate students in counseling revealed that counseling students experienced greater wellness than the general population; however, significant within-group variability existed. Doctoral students reported significantly ...
Wellness of Undergraduates: Comparisons of Traditional and Nontraditional Students 2004 319 Wellness scores of 1,249 traditional and 318 nontraditional undergraduate college students revealed low levels of wellness in multiple areas in comparison with non-student adults and within-group differences according to demographic variables. Profil...