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Facilitating Online Counseling: Perspectives From Counselors in Training
To address the need for research regarding online counseling, the authors explore the experiences of 4 female and 2 male Caucasian counseling students who facilitated 5 chat-based online counseling… Expand
The Use of Expressive Techniques in Counseling
ABSTRACT This manuscript explores and identifies the use of expressive techniques in counseling. Although verbal techniques are important, sometimes the best of verbal techniques are not sufficient.… Expand
Using Music Therapy Techniques To Treat Teacher Burnout.
This study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of music therapy techniques as an intervention for teacher burnout. Of the 51 elementary school teachers who participated in the study, 25 were… Expand
Flow Theory as a Model for Enhancing Student Resilience.
Survivors of hardships, unusual stress, trauma, or deprivation draw upon their inner resources to cope and even thrive under conditions that their less robust counterparts find debilitating. Who are… Expand
E-mail Communication: Issues for Mental Health Counselors
In an era where fast, efficient communication is needed, e-mail has emerged. From its beginning in 1971, professionals have used e-mail to communicate—lawyers, counselors, psychologists, and social… Expand
Concerns and feelings of international students.
Counselling expectations of international students
International students not only face the normal adjustment problems of young adulthood but also the adjustment to a different culture. A random sample of 100 colleges and universities was contacted.… Expand
The Career Satisfaction of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Members.
Members of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision completed a questionnaire on career satisfaction. A majority reported being quite satisfied with their careers. Most experienced… Expand
Heat distribution over normal and abnormal joints: thermal pattern and quantification.
- R. Salisbury, G. Parr, M. De Silva, B. Hazleman, D. P. Page-Thomas
- Annals of the rheumatic diseases
- 1 October 1983
We have identified regular thermal patterns over normal knee, ankle, and elbow joints and demonstrate how synovitis affecting these joints may be identified by alteration or loss of the thermal… Expand
Humor: A Therapeutic Intervention for Child Counseling
Counselors utilize many strategies, techniques, and tools when building a therapeutic alliance or addressing children's issues. Due to the serious nature of discussing problems or perhaps because of… Expand