Wachter Morris, Carrie

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The need to belong: an exploration of belonging among urban middle school students 2017 1393 The need to belong is a fundamental human motivation and involves an individual’s desire to experience a sense of worthiness to receive respect and love (Baumeister & Leary, 1995; Osterman, 2000). Although the need to belong is fundamental for all hu...
The knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are foundational to prepare counselors-in-training to provide trauma-informed counseling 2018 626 Trauma is ubiquitous (Beck & Sloan, 2012; Kilpatrick et al., 2013). Approximately 89.7% of U.S. residents reported experiencing at least one post-traumatic stress level event (Kilpatrick et al., 2013) as defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manu...
A struggle for “grace and truth”: a qualitative investigation of counselor education’s effects on white evangelical identity 2020 153 Since religious identity is known to influence one’s self-concept, moral judgments, and worldview (Allport, 1950; Johnson & Grim, 2013; Tragakis & Smith, 2010; Ysseldyk, Matheson, & Anisman, 2010), it is imperative for counselor educators to understa...
Counselor-provided SBIRT for hospitalized adults with substance misuse or disordered use: evaluating hospital utilization outcomes and economic cost 2019 809 The misuse and disordered use of alcohol and illicit drugs in the United States creates serious consequences for people and their families and communities, such as severe physical health issues (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration [SAMHS...
Preparing master’s level counselors-in-training to work with trauma 2021 115 Research on trauma continues to expand, building on the work of scholars, practitioners, advocates, and survivors over the past one hundred years (Courtois & Gold, 2009; Herman, 1997; Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2014; W...