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Student Counseling and Personnel Services

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Sibling Abuse: A Study Of School Counselors' Shared Attitudes And Beliefs, Diane Stutey Jun 2015

Sibling Abuse: A Study Of School Counselors' Shared Attitudes And Beliefs, Diane Stutey

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The impact of sibling abuse on children and adolescents is rarely contemplated. Counselors are in a position to advocate for all children and protect them from harm; yet one source of harm that counseling practitioners and educators might be unaware of stems from violence between siblings, which can become abusive. In this article, findings are presented from a phenomenological study examining eight practicing school counselors’ attitudes and beliefs about sibling abuse and the contexts or situations that have influenced them. Seven themes emerged supporting school counselors’ perceptions of their role in responding to sibling abuse and their beliefs about factors ...


Center For Career And Professional Development Annual Report, 2014-2015, Clemson University Jan 2015

Center For Career And Professional Development Annual Report, 2014-2015, Clemson University

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