Cover Stories

Proof positive?

Lynne Shallcross September 1, 2012

Offering counseling treatments that are backed by research is a personal passion for R. Trent Codd. When he founded the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Center of Western North Carolina 11 years ago, it was with the mission of delivering and disseminating evidence-based treatments. His practice hires only clinicians who are trained in and dedicated to delivering evidence-based…continue reading

Sidebar: Counselors weigh in on evidence-based counseling

Lynne Shallcross

In this sidebar to the September cover story, two counselors with different backgrounds share their thoughts on evidence-based counseling. Click here to read the cover story, “Proof Positive?” A view from across the pond Johanna Sartori is a British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy-accredited counselor/psychotherapist working in private practice in London. To contact her, email…continue reading

What’s on the radar of today’s counselor?

Stacy Notaras Murphy July 1, 2012

What’s the next big counseling theory or technique out there? Earlier this year, Counseling Today posed that question informally to American Counseling Association members in an edition of ACAeNews. We wanted to get a sense of what is grabbing the attention of today’s counselors — what approaches are influencing the way they do their work,…continue reading