Connie T. Jones

Dr. Connie T. Jones received her BA at the University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA). She received her masters at Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA), and her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, VA). Her primary focus of scholarship concerns addictions, broaching, social justice, and counseling with offenders -particularly those with substance use and reentry issues.

There are 6 included publications by Connie T. Jones :

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Broaching as a strategy for intercultural understanding in clinical supervision 2019 1417 Broaching cultural similarities and differences with genuine, respectful inquisitiveness is an important supervisory intervention. Broaching allows supervisors to acknowledge the relevance of cultural identities and invite supervisee dialogue. Throug...
Broaching behaviors of Licensed Professional Counselors: A qualitative inquiry 2017 2228 This qualitative study explored broaching behaviors of licensed professional Counselors during intakes with clients who have addictions. Five themes emerged: (a) to broach or not to broach, (b) follow the client's lead, (c) right timing, (d) counselo...
Counseling students’ emotions during cultural immersion: Impact on reactance 2019 556 Counselor trainees’ multicultural development is a process that engenders strong emotions. The authors inventoried students’ emotions in cultural immersion activities and assessed their impact on course reactance. Findings indicated that reactance wa...
Developmental pathways of cultural immersion: Motivations, processes, and outcomes 2021 6 Cultural immersion is a critical educational activity for developing greater cultural responsiveness. Analyzing journal entries written by students throughout their cultural immersion, we identified students' motivations, learning processes, and outc...
Multicultural orientation in clinical supervision: Examining impact through dyadic data 2020 33 Clinical supervision can support supervisee cultural development through the relationship and preparation for counseling practice. Supervisor modeling of cultural conversations can aid in this development. Using dyadic data to examine how multicultur...
School counselors and unified educator-counselor identity: A data informed approach to suicide prevention 2021 43 School counselors are vital in crisis prevention and intervention. In this article, we discuss the unified educator–counselor identity as it informs the suicide prevention work of school counselors, illustrated with a data-based case example from a q...