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The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Volume 62, Issue 3, Page 161-161, October 2023 ..read more
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Fostering humanistic counseling via utilizing the Search Institute's Asset Checklist: An outcome study
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by Kenneth M. Coll, Roger A. Stewart, Stephanie Sawyer, Tricia Woodliff, Clark Fear, Stacey Scholl, Nicole Hauser
5M ago
Abstract This study combined asset (i.e., strength) assessment, measured by the Search Institute's Asset Checklist, and humanistic counseling approaches to measure effects on self-reported assets in two similar vulnerable adolescent populations in therapeutic residential treatment centers located in the rural Rocky Mountain West. Results indicated that seven of eight asset categories increased from baseline to follow-up assessment, with four of those categories having statistically significant increases. Total Asset scores also indicated substantial overall asset building during treatment. Sug ..read more
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The social self in humanistic counseling: A dialogical alternative for the practice of wellness and social justice
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by Matthew E. Lemberger‐Truelove, Nicholas R. Lazzareschi, Tara Godhwani, Lindsey A. Warwick
5M ago
Abstract Classical humanistic philosophy and psychology both infer the persistence of a stable, authentic, and volitional self, which neither fully coheres with the values implicit to professional counseling nor offers sufficient relevance to culturally diverse client groups. As an alternative, the authors suggest that humanistic counseling can emerge as a distinct discipline of practice independent of its early influences. Further, the authors offer a dialogical alternative for humanistic counseling practice that might better support contemporary clients and their various social determinants ..read more
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A national survey of helping professionals on climate change and counseling
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by Ryan F. Reese, Jacqueline M. Swank, Debbie C. Sturm
7M ago
Abstract We surveyed a national sample of helping professionals (N = 382) in ascertaining attitudes toward, behaviors related to, and needs for addressing climate change as part of counseling. Two factors of EcoWellness and a helping professional's personal commitment to climate change contributed to a professional commitment to addressing climate change in counseling ..read more
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Greater than the sum of its parts: A view of professional counseling grounded in history and looking toward the future
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by Melissa J. Fickling
7M ago
Abstract Three counseling histories—career counseling, social justice, and humanistic counseling—taken together, offer a framework for conceptualization and training that aligns in a holistic way with the profession's values. These foundations comprise a unique professional identity, which can allow counselors to adequately address complex client needs ..read more
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The state of motivational interviewing training in school counseling graduate programs
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by Reagan North, Robert Pincus
7M ago
Abstract Motivational interviewing (MI) is a brief, evidence-based counseling style that helps people make positive behavior changes. Scholars have advocated for MI's use by school counselors (SCs), and research lends evidence to MI's effectiveness in schools. However, there are little data focused on how SCs are trained to utilize MI. Researchers investigated MI training in school counseling graduate programs from the perspective of SCs and counselor educators (CEs). The article presents two qualitative studies that discussed the importance of MI training in graduate programs. Researchers ide ..read more
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The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Volume 62, Issue 2, Page 57-57, July 2023 ..read more
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Advancing the association for humanistic counseling principles through the serious leisure perspective
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by Rodney B. Dieser
8M ago
Abstract The serious leisure perspective (SLP) aligns with humanistic counseling principles. A most significant professional implication is that humanistic counselors can create optimal leisure lifestyle strategies linked to the AHC principles of discovering meaning and purpose, developing deep connections with people and nature, moving toward growth and change, maintaining a holistic approach to humanity, and developing creativity. Future research implications and practical steps that humanistic counselors can use in professional practice to connect the SLP to humanistic counseling principles ..read more
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A vision of the next 3 years for The Journal of Humanistic Counseling
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by Brett D. Wilkinson
8M ago
The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, EarlyView ..read more
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Black AF: An autoethnography of how six ethnically diverse counselor educators used community as a tool of decolonizing the academy
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by Alfonso L. Ferguson, Ebony White, Sailume Walo‐Roberts, Triana Martinez, Candice Crawford, Tyce Nadrich
11M ago
Abstract In this autoethnographic heuristic inquiry, six ethnically diverse Black counselor educators examined their experiences and identities in historically white spaces, including clinical settings and academia. Findings included three themes: Black community as anchor, navigating the weight of oppression, and Black is not monolithic. Implications for the counseling profession are discussed ..read more
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