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Rehabilitation Counselor Roles and Functions and Sources of Role Strain
A national random sample of (a) 160 rehabilitation counselors; (b) 83 rehabilitation managers, administrators, and supervisors; and, (c) 23 rehabilitation educators, responded to three scales on eachExpand
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An Empowerment Philosophy for Rehabilitation in the 20th Century
The field of rehabilitation, its systems, agencies, facilities, companies, and especially its rehabilitation professionals, individually and collectively share major responsibilities in responding toExpand
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Professionalization, Deprofessionalization, and Reprofessionalization of Rehabilitation Counseling According to Criteria of Professions
Using documentation from professional literature, this article reviews and examines the professionalization, deprofessionalization, and reprofessionalization of rehabilitation counseling according toExpand
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Rehabilitation Counseling with College Athletes: A Hypothesis Generating Study
The responses to an open-ended survey, completed by a national response sample of 59 college coaches and athletes, were rated and categorized. The results are presented and discussed consistent withExpand
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Persons Recovering from Alcoholism and Other Drugs: A Study of their Experiences with, Perceptions of, and Recommendations for, Treatment
  • W. G. Emener
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
  • 1 March 1993
A sample of 229 individuals recovering from alcoholism voluntarily remained after their Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and completed a 57 item Alcoholism Treatment Survey. In addition to traditionalExpand
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Significant Demographic Characteristics of Persons Recovering from Alcoholism and Other Drugs
The primary purpose of this study was to identify the existence of, and relationships among, selected demographic variables of persons recovering from alcoholism. A sample of 229 recoveringExpand
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The rehabilitation counselor: a student of life.
  • W. G. Emener
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of rehabilitation
  • 1975
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