High quality in a journal article encompasses many things, including a clearly conceptualized purpose, a firm grasp of existing literature that is used to create a context for the article, well-articulated research questions, solid research design and analysis, clearly described results, and a strong discussion of the implications of the work for school counselors
. Readers of PSC deserve no less.
A factor in the development of an effective relationship between the client and counselor
is the development of a strong working alliance (Lustig, Strauser, Rice, & Rucker, 2002).
The CACCM includes the following seven steps: counselor
's establishment of a culturally appropriate relationship with the client (Step 1), identification of career issues (Step 2), assessment of the impact of cultural factors on identified career issues (Step 3), and appropriate process and goal setting (Step 4).
needs to remember that when things look bleak, they can and do get better.
working with Asian American/Pacific Islander clients will need to complement their understanding of the basic information about the original culture with an exploration of these additional factors.
Three years ago, when Hardy was a counselor
at Sleepy Hollow (N.Y.) High School, she went into an ESL social studies class to discuss tolerance issues with students from various countries who were having a tough time getting along.
The truth is, this isn't all about guidance counselors
education graduate students' cognitive attitudes toward racial diversity, affective attitudes toward greater personal contact with racial diversity, and attitudes toward women's (gender) equity, several comments can be offered.
A high school student in Oregon writes, "I think the counselor
should tell only the mother.
Fifty-three percent of the Counselors
indicated that the leading source of financing for construction in the next two years will be domestic banks.
Brigman, Ph.D., is a professor with the Department of Counselor
Education, Florida Atlantic University, Davie.
However, implications of a study by McGlothlin and Davis, reported in Counselor
Education and Supervision, citing the relative importance of the Council for Accreditation of College and Related Educational Programs(CACREP) 2001 Standards, make it urgent that professional career counselors
continue the call for advocacy made by Dagley and Salter in their review of the literature last December.