Counselor educators, counseling students and professional counselors in the community have meaningful roles to play in addressing acts of hate on college campuses.
The end of the counseling relationship can be emotional for clients and counselors alike, but when done well, the process can serve as a tool to empower clients and prepare them for continued personal growth.
A survey of nearly 200 high school students sheds light on some of the primary issues confronting today’s teenagers and offers insights into what schools can do to help them navigate those challenges.
When conducting clinical interviews, the types, manner and context of questions have the potential to result in false responses, with implications for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
Impostor syndrome — and the sense of self-doubt, insecurity and inadequacy that accompany it — isn’t a stranger to most counseling professionals, and that’s ultimately good news.