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.
A hospital-based outpatient mental health clinic shares its approach for closing the science-practice gap while moving beyond the era of prescriptive treatment protocols for specific disorders.
In the search for empirically validated methods, are counselor researchers, educators and clinicians in danger of losing touch with what matters most in counseling?