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CT Online’s most-read articles of 2016

December 27, 2016

What were professional counselors reading at CT Online in 2016? The year’s most popular new posts ran the gamut, from articles on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder to technology to issues surrounding multiculturalism and social justice. More than 150 articles, both online-exclusive pieces and articles that also appeared in Counseling Today’s print magazine, were posted at ct.counseling.org in 2016.

 

Most-viewed articles posted in 2016 at ct.counseling.org

  1. Why failing the NCMHCE felt so good” (Online exclusive; posted in January)
  2. Coping with college” (Cover story; April magazine)
  3. Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies: Practical applications in counseling” (Feature article; February magazine)
  4. Reconsidering ADHD” (Cover story; August magazine)
  5. The anxiety behind selective mutism” (Online exclusive; posted in January)
  6. License to deny services” (Cover story; July magazine)
  7. Immigration’s growing impact on counseling” (Cover story; February magazine)
  8. The counselor’s role in ensuring school safety” (Cover story; September magazine)
  9. Gut health and healthy brain function in children with ADHD and ASD” (Online exclusive; posted in February)
  10. Using ‘Inside Out’ to discuss emotions with children in therapy” (Online exclusive; posted in March)
  11. Why can’t we be friends?” (Knowledge Share; February magazine)
  12. Technology Tutor: Thinking about discussing clients online? Think twice” (Column; September magazine)
  13. Raising counselors’ awareness of microaggressions” (Member Insights; June magazine)
  14. Stepping across the poverty line” (Cover story; June magazine)
  15. Counseling ‘unlikeable’ clients” (Feature article; September magazine)
  16. Counseling babies” (Knowledge Share; August magazine)
  17. Addressing ethical issues in treating client self-injury” (Knowledge Share; August magazine)
  18. Grief: Going beyond death and stages” (Cover story; November magazine)
  19. ACA endorses animal-assisted therapy competencies” (Online exclusive; posted in August)
  20. Controversies in the evolving diagnosis of PTSD” (Knowledge Share; March magazine)

 

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