By Angie D. Cartwright, Jennafer Mountain, Natalya A. Lindo and Samuel K. BoreThis 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, the authors identified five themes: (a) self-disclosure, (b) desire to hide pregnancy, (c) visible counselor characteristics, (d) differential treatment from clients, and (e) remaining objective through consultation. Implications for counselors working with sexual offenders and recommendations for future practice and research are also provided.Access the article:Members: Log in with your username and password to AMHCA.org.Once logged in, click on Journal of Mental Health Counseling under the "Publications" tab. Click on the link to access the database.Nonmembers: Click to register as a new user, join AMHCA, or purchase a non-member subscription by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Articles are $25.#HomeStudy#JMHC#JournalofMentalHealthCounseling
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