Pop-top cans: Ensuring services truly support those experiencing homelessness

Counselors can create spaces for individuals to work through feelings of guilt, shame, helplessness, hopelessness and fear associated with simply surviving from day to day.

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Social media and active listening skills don’t seem to mix

Are your clients struggling with active communication?  How social media and the pandemic are contributing to this challenge and how we as counselors can address it.

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Voice of Experience: The hurting counselor (an update)

“I know that in my prior life of poor self-care, I could not have weathered this current hurricane. Today I’m so strong, even though daily I’m feeling vulnerable and battered.”

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The return of psychedelics to counseling: Are we ready?

A “psychedelic renaissance” is occurring in the research and treatment fields but without the counseling profession’s voice or values being heard and integrated.

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Lessons learned from a community crisis

The small city of Charlottesville, Virginia, was left reeling after a large-scale White nationalist rally resulted in deadly violence in 2017, but a community of counselors quickly coalesced to offer help and hope — and to better plan for future crises.

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Lessons learned from a community crisis

The small city of Charlottesville, Virginia, was left reeling after a large-scale White nationalist rally resulted in deadly violence in 2017, but a community of counselors quickly coalesced to offer help and hope — and to better plan for future crises.

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Choosing your path wisely

Veteran counseling professionals tackle a dozen of the most frequently voiced questions from novice counselors pertaining to navigating career options.

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