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The Importance of Intentionality in Untangling Trauma From Severe Mental Illness

Sunni S. Lutton Jacqueline M. Swank Trauma has become entangled and largely lost in the conceptualization and treatment of severe mental illness (SMI). Practitioners conceptualize and treat SMI with medical-model ideals. While researchers support using treatment approaches...


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Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to (Re)conceptualize Stress Appraisal

C. Missy Butts Daniel Gutierrez Existing models for stress and coping are helpful tools for understanding the stress process and developing interventions to combat stress-related illness. However, popular stress models emphasize cognition and cognitive appraisal, which results in...


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Comparison of Brief Measures of the Prevalence of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Nonclinical Young Adults

Comparison of Brief Measures of the Prevalence of Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in a Nonclinical Sample of Young Adults Jessica J. Morales Trevor J. Buser Mena S. Farag This study compared the past-year prevalence rates of nonsuicidal self-injury produced by a behavioral...


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Counseling Adults with Food Allergies after an Anaphylactic Reaction: An Application of Emotion-Focused Therapy

Jessica Z. Taylor Chrystal L. Lewis Little information is known about how counselors may work with adult clients regarding psychosocial sequelae of food allergies. The current article aims to provide counselors with a deeper understanding of life-threatening food allergies, ways...


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Inescapable Self-Disclosure: The Lived Experiences of Pregnant Counselors Working With Sexual Offenders

By Angie D. Cartwright, Jennafer Mountain, Natalya A. Lindo and Samuel K. Bore This phenomenological study examined the lived experiences of female counselors ( N = 13) who provided sex offender counseling services throughout their pregnancies. Through analysis of individual interviews,...


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The Relationship Between Counseling, Social Support, and Depression in Mothers of Fragile Families

By Megan E. Delaney Little is known about the treatment of depression in the mothers of fragile families. Data from three waves of the Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing study (N = 3,003) were used to examine the effect of counseling and social support on depression in mothers in fragile...


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Counselor Allegiance and Client Expectancy in Neuroscience-Informed Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: A 12-Month Qualitative Follow-Up

By @Thom Field , @Eric Beeson , @Laura Jones , and @Raissa Miller This article presents summative findings from a 12-month multiphase mixed-methods pilot study examining counselor and client perceptions of neuroscience-informed cognitive-behavior therapy (nCBT) following clinical...


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Five Efficacious Treatments for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An Empirical Review

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is known to be a debilitating disorder and for some a lifelong complaint. Although there are many treatment options, determining which treatments are not only recommended but show high efficacy rates is vital for clinicians. This review examines current...


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Narrative Family Therapy: Practical Techniques for More Effective Work with Couples and Families

By Eric G. Suddeath, Alexandria K. Kerwin and Suzanne M. DuggerThis article provides counselors with an introduction to the knowledge and skills involved in providing narrative family therapy (NFT). Following an overview of the theoretical foundations undergirding this therapeutic approach, a...


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Monitoring the Counseling Relationship and Client Progress as Alternatives to Prescriptive Empirically Supported Therapies

By Gregory T. HatchettMany insurance companies and professional organizations have increasingly stipulated that mental health professionals use interventions that have been classified as empirically supported therapies (ESTs). Though the EST movement aims to provide clinicians with...