Jennifer D. Deaton

There are 7 included publications by Jennifer D. Deaton :

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Counselor preparation for working with at-risk youth 2019 316 In this article, we provide an overview and evaluation of a federally funded training program designed to increase access to mental health services for at-risk children, adolescents, and transitional-age youth by expanding the number of behavioral he...
Counselors’ experiences working with children who exhibit externalized behaviors 2020 270 Counsellors who work with children exhibiting externalised behaviours may struggle to maintain therapeutic presence. Challenging client behaviours may trigger countertransference, thus influencing counsellors’ presence in session. In this study, we e...
Early career clinicians’ supervision experiences related to secondary traumatic stress when treating child survivors of sexual abuse 2020 119 In this study, we examined experiences of supervision related to Secondary Traumatic Stress responses among early career mental health clinicians treating child survivors of sexual abuse. We utilized consensual qualitative research methodology to cap...
Facilitating an experiential group in an educational environment: Managing dual relationships 2019 580 The significant benefit of experiential learning in group work presents ethical complexities that must be considered by students, faculty, and programs. This article explores the clinical and ethical intricacies of teaching a group counseling course ...
Integration of expressive techniques in multisystemic therapy with at-risk adolescents: A retrospective case analysis 2019 246 The multisystemic therapy (MST) treatment model is derived from social ecological theory, through which known risk and protective factors of ecological systems are identified by indirect and direct contribution to at-risk behaviors. However, youth wi...
A pilot study of an adapted social and emotional learning intervention in an alternative school 2020 74 Students who attend alternative schools are disproportionally at risk for adverse environmental, familial, and personal experiences that can lead to unrecognized learning problems, low academic achievement, mental health concerns, substance abuse, an...
Teacher training in K-12 student mental health: A systematic review 2020 749 Teachers are in a unique position to identify and support students who experience mental health concerns. The purpose of this systematic review was to (a) identify current available evidence-based teacher training programs related to students' mental...