Learning to love (or at least leverage) technology

Few people would describe the counseling profession’s relationship with technology as comfortable, but more of today’s professionals are beginning to embrace the possibilities and envision the ways it might supplement therapy.

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Respecting the faith of clients and counselors

“Simply put, the faith of the client and the faith of the counselor must be respected. It is entirely possible for clients and counselors who do not share a similar faith to work together effectively.”

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A script for socialization to the cognitive model

Although we may not be able to fix a stressor at hand, we do have the opportunity to access alternative thoughts. It is those alternative thoughts that kickstart the process of reduced distress, healthier behaviors, and the satisfying experience of more desirable results.

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One school counselor per 455 students: Nationwide average improves

Across the U.S., there is an average of one school counselor for every 455 public K-12 students. However, Individual state ratios vary widely, ranging from 202-to-1 in Vermont to 905-to-1 in Arizona.

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Remembering Martin Buber and the I–Thou in counseling

In the search for empirically validated methods, are counselor researchers, educators and clinicians in danger of losing touch with what matters most in counseling?

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Learning to love (or at least leverage) technology

Few people would describe the counseling profession’s relationship with technology as comfortable, but more of today’s professionals are beginning to embrace the possibilities and envision the ways it might supplement therapy.

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Respecting the faith of clients and counselors

"It is one thing for us to challenge one another, hold each other accountable, and even heartily debate. It is another thing entirely to expect that any group of people should change their entire belief system or else not be included in the field."

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A script for socialization to the cognitive model

Although we may not be able to fix a stressor at hand, we do have the opportunity to access alternative thoughts. It is those alternative thoughts that kickstart the process of reduced distress, healthier behaviors, and the satisfying experience of more desirable results.

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When yelling doesn’t work

Counselors can come alongside parents to help them adjust their perspectives on the purposes of and approaches to the contentious topic of child discipline.