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Threats of Violence by Adolescents: A summary of a newly published article in the Journal of Mental Health Counseling

With the latter approaches in mind, the Journal of Mental Health Counseling, published by the American Mental Health Counselors Association, includes a ground-breaking article in its July 2016 issue on “Assessing and Responding to Threats of Targeted Violence by Adolescents.”


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Home Study: Supervisors’ Suggestions for Enhancing Counseling Regulatory Boards’ Sanctioned Supervision Practices

Supervisors' Suggestions for Enhancing Counseling Regulatory Boards' Sanctioned Supervision Practices by Victoria Kress; Rachel O'Neill; Jake Protivnak; Nicole Stargell Volume 37, Issue 02 - April 2015 Regulatory board-sanctioned supervision is intended to enhance the practice of disciplined counselor licensees and to protect the public. A qualitative research design was used to assess the perceptions of four supervisors who provided board-sanctioned supervision


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

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


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Home Study: Older Adults and Integrated Health Settings: Opportunities and Challenges for Mental Health Counselors

Older Adults and Integrated Health Settings: Opportunities and Challenges for Mental Health Counselors by Jill Goldsmith; Sharon Kurpius Volume 37, Issue 02 - April 2015 The growing number of older adults and the increasing recognition and growth of integrated health teams are creating expanded career opportunities for mental health counselors (MHCs)


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

Counseling Adults With Food Allergies After an Anaphylactic Reaction: An Application of Emotion-Focused Therapy by Jessica Z


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Home Study: 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 by Jessica J


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Home Study: Finding Resilience: The Mediation Effect of Sense of Community on the Psychological Well-Being of Military Spouses

Finding Resilience: The Mediation Effect of Sense of Community on the Psychological Well-Being of Military Spouses by Mei-Chuan Wang; Pius Nyutu; Kimberly Tran; Angela Spears Volume 37, Issue 02 - April 2015 The goal of this study was to identify positive factors that increase the psychological well-being of military spouses in the areas of environmental mastery


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Home Study: The Voice of William Glasser: Accessing the Continuing Evolution of Reality Therapy

The Voice of William Glasser: Accessing the Continuing Evolution of Reality Therapy by Robert E



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Home Study: Detrimental Association: An Epistemological Connection of Dysfunction Within and Across Paradigms

Cottone Volume 37, Issue 02 - April 2015 The notion of common factors in counseling and psychotherapy theory is not new. This article contends that detrimental associations are the root of dysfunction and are common to all theories of counseling and psychotherapy