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The impact of mindfulness training on therapeutic alliance, empathy, and lived experience: a mixed methods study with counselor trainees
Proponents of mindfulness practices have suggested that this method provides counselors a means to cultivate therapeutic relationship skills and improve client outcomes. Consequently, a 6 session mindfulness training ...
The perceived impact of study abroad activities for graduate counseling students
The purpose of the present study was to investigate the perceived impact of study abroad activities for graduate counseling students. The research questions directing the qualitative study included: What are the experiences ...
Perceptions of wellness from adults with mobility impairments
There is limited information available concerning the perceptions of adults with mobility impairments regarding wellness. The purpose of the present qualitative study was to describe the perceptions of wellness from adults ...
The integration of spirituality issues in CACREP counselor preparation programs and accredited theological schools
The study utilized a sequential, mixed methods design comparing how the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) accredited counselor preparation programs and the Association of ...
A descriptive review of master's level counselor educator's perceptions of academic and professional gatekeeping policies
Counselor educators serve as gatekeepers for the counseling profession by ensuring that counselors-in-training meet professional standards of counseling competence and those who do not meet these standards are remediated ...