Development, prevention, social justice, and wellness: Affirming the ontological basis for counseling scholarship and practice
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by Matthew E. Lemberger‐Truelove, Daniel Gutierrez, Patrick R. Mullen
2w ago
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An ecologically informed transdisciplinary prevention model for Black and Latine family wellbeing
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by Fantasy T. Lozada, Naomi J. Wheeler, McKenzie N. Green, Andrene J. Castro, Rachel F. Gómez, Daniel Gutierrez
3w ago
Abstract Given noted racial disparities in mental health and wellbeing, Black and Latine families are often the focus of prevention and intervention efforts. These efforts are traditionally embedded in deficit perspectives about these communities, ignoring their cultural wealth and collective agency. Yet increasing recognition of the interconnected systems and social determinants that lead to racial disparities and negative outcomes among Black and Latine populations requires counselors and other practitioners to broaden their conceptions of prevention and engage in collaboration to develop mo ..read more
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Time series analysis in preventive intervention research: A step‐by‐step guide
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by Stephanie Dorais
1M ago
Abstract Time series analysis (TSA) is a statistical approach rooted in data mining that measures outcomes that consistently fluctuate over time. It is uniquely positioned as a methodology for preventive intervention research due to its capacity to measure long-term impact in natural settings. With the ability to detect temporal patterns in a series of chronological data points, it allows researchers to detect naturalistic patterns, forecast future observations, and explain a change in data after an intervention is put in place. However, its application is historically sparse across behavioral ..read more
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The effects of Student Success Skills on attendance and emotion regulation
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by Elizabeth Villares, Hannah Bowers, Greg Brigman, Cheryl Bottini
1M ago
Abstract This study examines the effects of the Student Success Skills (SSS) intervention, an Advocating Student-within-Environment-informed intervention, on Hispanic students’ (N = 681) school attendance and emotion regulation. The study variables reflected students’ attendance, self-regulation, and test anxiety. The school counselors in the treatment group (n = 15) delivered the SSS program, while those in the control group (n = 15) did not. The results of multivariate analyses of covariance (MANCOVA) tests revealed significant differences in school attendance a ..read more
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Results from a pilot efficacy trial of a motivational interviewing substance use intervention for Latinx/e youth
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by Oswaldo Moreno, Camila Tirado, Melissa Avila, Adrian J. Bravo, Isis Garcia‐Rodriguez, Stephanie Romo, Jennifer Rodriguez, Cristian Matos, Cindy Hernandez, Mayra S. Ramos, Lisa Fuentes, Geovani Muñoz, Daniel Gutierrez, Rosalie Corona
1M ago
Abstract We conducted a pilot feasibility study to examine the efficacy of a culturally adapted Group Motivational Interviewing for Teens–alternative tobacco product (GMIT-ATP) intervention among Latinx/e youth and whether, including caregivers, improved outcomes (GMIT-ATP+P). Adolescents (ages 10–16) and their caregivers were randomized to two groups after completing baseline assessments: (1) GMIT-ATP (N = 23) and (2) GMIT-ATP+P (N = 32). Youth in both conditions attended three youth-only sessions, and parents in the GMIT-ATP+P condition attended three parent-only sessions ..read more
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Fostering healthy relationships: A preliminary investigation of relationship education
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by Sejal M. Barden, Ryan G. Carlson, Dalena Dillman Taylor, Ruiqin Gao, Marangelie Velez
1M ago
Abstract Robust and healthy relationships are pivotal for overall well-being and wellness. Social support, the reduction of stigma, and the cultivation of quality time are critical elements in establishing and nurturing a healthy relationship as they bolster emotional well-being, enhance communication, and alleviate stress. The aim of this research study was to investigate the associations between quality time, social support, and self-stigma among couples (N = 518 dyads) engaged in a randomized controlled relationship education intervention, whether online or face to face. Longitudi ..read more
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School engagement and Interpersonal–Psychological Theory of Suicide: Identity groups differences
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by Kelly L. Wester, Carrie Wachter Morris, Emu Aragon, Christine McAllister
1M ago
Abstract The Interpersonal–Psychological Theory of Suicide (IPTS) is a framework for understanding suicidality, yet there is little connection of IPTS to school environment, or exploration of this model within various populations. In this article, we conduct a cross-sectional assessment in a high school to understand the relationships between student engagement, IPTS, and suicidal behavior, to provide guidance for counseling professionals to target prevention and intervention efforts to increase effectiveness. A total of 1081 high school students participated in the current study. While percei ..read more
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The relational change mechanisms of child‐centered play therapy with children exposed to adverse childhood experiences
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by Caitlin Frawley, Dalena Dillman Taylor
1M ago
Abstract The researchers examined the relational mechanisms and coregulatory change mechanisms of child-centered play therapy (CCPT) with children (ages 5–8) who endured multiple adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). The researchers computed surrogate synchrony analyses to measure heart rate synchrony between counselor and child participants during CCPT treatment. Child participants received between 10 and 14 CCPT sessions in the elementary school setting. Participants and counselor wore Empatica© E4 wristbands during sessions to collect heart rate data continuously during play therapy session ..read more
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Journal of Counseling &Development, Volume 102, Issue 1, Page 1-2, January 2024 ..read more
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A mixed methods study of Black/African American counselor wellness
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by Adrienne N. Erby, Connie T. Jones
2M ago
Abstract Using a mixed methods sequential explanatory design, the researchers investigated coping and wellness in a purposive, snowball sample of Black/African American counselors (n = 86). A simple linear regression measured the relationship between Africultural coping and wellness followed by an interpretative phenomenological analysis of focus group data. While Africultural coping was not a significant predictor of wellness, there was a statistically significant gender difference in Africultural coping with a small effect size. Gendered focus groups of men (n = 3) and women (n =&n ..read more
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