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Qualitative Assessment
Qualitative assessment methods typically are holistic and integrated. In the realm of abilities they usually present complex tasks in miniature form. In the realm of interests, values, and
Qualitative Assessment: An Approach for Counselors
Qualitative assessment offers the counselor methods of helping clients to know and understand themselves better—methods that are flexible, open-ended, holistic, and nonstatistical. The methods are
Using Tests in Counseling
Do opiates affect the clinical evaluation of patients with acute abdominal pain?
Opiate administration may alter the physical examination findings, but these changes result in no significant increase in management errors, which reflects a conservative definition in which surgeries labeled as either delayed or unnecessary may have met appropriate standards of care.
How Have Households Used Their Stimulus Payments and How Would They Spend the Next
In this post, we examine how households used economic impact payments, a large component of the CARES Act signed into law on March 27 that directed stimulus payments to many Americans to help offset
Tests and Counseling: The Marriage That Failed
Tests on the whole have made very limited contributions to counseling, certainly far below their promise. Several reasons for this failure are suggested in this article. First, most tests were deve...
Help for the Counselor
A specialist in the training of school counselors maintains he is not being inconsistent when he recommends more extensive training for coun selors and at the same time urges wider use of assistants