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Counselor supervision : principles, process, and practice
Preface. Counselor Supervision: Essentials for Training. Overview of Counselor Supervision, Bradley & Kottler. The Supervisory Relationship, Muse-Burke, Ladany, & Deck. Theoretical Approaches toExpand
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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 counselingExpand
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Using Music Techniques to Treat Adolescent Depression
The authors developed a 10-week school-based therapy program using music for teenagers who demonstrated depressive symptoms. Pre- and posttesting indicated a significant decrease in depressiveExpand
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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
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An Intervention for Helping Elementary Students Reduce Test Anxiety.
PERSPECTIVES FROM THE FIELD It is an underlying assumption in schools that examinations will be given. In fact, within the broad field of education, the use of standardized testing has becomeExpand
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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 wereExpand
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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 socialExpand
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Shelly: A Case Study Focusing on Ethics and Counselor Wellness
Counselors experience stress and anxiety as part of their profession. However, frequently counselors do not attend to their own needs regarding self-care and wellness, thus, placing themselves atExpand
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