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Generational Affiliation As A Component Of Culture: Focus Group Perspectives Of Three Generational Cohorts, Elisabeth Anne Nesbit 2010 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Generational Affiliation As A Component Of Culture: Focus Group Perspectives Of Three Generational Cohorts, Elisabeth Anne Nesbit

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to explore the multicultural elements related to generational affiliation. Much of current generational literature is anecdotal and does not empirically explore the culture of each generation. A constructivist ground theory approach was applied to the study of three generational cohorts (Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, and Millennials) using focus groups to (a) explore the values, beliefs, and worldview inherent to each generation, and (b) extend theory on multiculturalism Data from nine focus groups, three for each generational cohort, were analyzed for key themes within each generational cohort. Results indicated that, in keeping with the American …


De-Mystifying The Magic: Meaningful Moments In Music Therapy When Working With Children That Have Severe Special Needs, Kayla C. Daly 2010 Lesley University

De-Mystifying The Magic: Meaningful Moments In Music Therapy When Working With Children That Have Severe Special Needs, Kayla C. Daly

Expressive Therapies Capstone Theses

The purpose of my study is to explore the “magic” that occurs in these music therapy sessions, and to discover what this word means for those who use it. For the purpose of this study we will define “magic” as having the occurrence of meaningful outcomes or moments in music therapy sessions. This study will attempt to reveal methods and techniques that are being used by music therapists to further facilitate the therapeutic process for children with severe special needs in their lives and everyday experiences. This study included naturalistic inquiry and phenomenological inquiry.


Ciis Today, Spring 2010 Issue, CIIS 2010 California Institute of Integral Studies

Ciis Today, Spring 2010 Issue, Ciis

CIIS Today

This volume is the Spring 2010 issue of CIIS Today, the Magazine of the California Institute of Integral Studies.


Spiritual Bypass: A Preliminary Investigation, Harriet L. Glosoff, Craig S. Cashwell, Chereé Hammond 2010 Montclair State University

Spiritual Bypass: A Preliminary Investigation, Harriet L. Glosoff, Craig S. Cashwell, Chereé Hammond

Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works

The phenomenon of spiritual bypass has received limited attention in the transpersonal psychology and counseling literature and has not been subjected to empirical inquiry. This study examines the phenomenon of spiritual bypass by considering how spirituality, mindfulness, alexithymia (emotional restrictiveness), and narcissism work together to influence depression and anxiety among college students. Results suggested that mindfulness and alexithymia accounted for variance in depression beyond what is accounted for by spirituality and that all 3 factors (mindfulness, alexithymia, and narcissism) accounted for variance in anxiety beyond what is accounted for by spirituality. Implications for counselors are provided.


A Phenomenological Exploration Of School Counselors' Conceptualization And Implementation Of Multicultural Competence, Jasmine Knight 2010 Old Dominion University

A Phenomenological Exploration Of School Counselors' Conceptualization And Implementation Of Multicultural Competence, Jasmine Knight

Counseling & Human Services Theses & Dissertations

School counselors need multicultural competence to implement comprehensive school counseling programs that promote the academic achievement of all students. Prior research demonstrates that school counselors have reported high levels of multicultural competence. However, there is no evidence that this self-perceived competence translates into practice. The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore the lived experiences of how practicing professional school counselors conceptualize multicultural competence and how they implement it into their work. To explore this topic, 12 practicing school counselors from a southeastern, urban school district participated in individual interviews, focus groups, and documents reviews. A research team analyzed …


Assessment And Intervention For Pediatric Sleep Disturbances, Susan Davies, A. Armstron-Betts, L. DeMers, V. Vo 2010 University of Dayton

Assessment And Intervention For Pediatric Sleep Disturbances, Susan Davies, A. Armstron-Betts, L. Demers, V. Vo

Susan C. Davies

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Ce 601 Syllabus: Foundations Of Counseling, Andrea Bjornestad 2010 Winona State University

Ce 601 Syllabus: Foundations Of Counseling, Andrea Bjornestad

Counselor Education Syllabi

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the profession of counseling. Through scholarly literature review and writing, students will examine the role and function of counselors in a variety of professional settings. Contemporary issues in the field of counseling will be addressed throughout the course. The primary purpose of the course, however, is to provide students with the opportunity to learn and practice the basic skills of helping.


Ce 601 Syllabus: Foundations Of Counseling, Dawnette Cigrand 2010 Winona State University

Ce 601 Syllabus: Foundations Of Counseling, Dawnette Cigrand

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course introduces students to the profession of counseling. Through scholarly research and writing, students will examine the role and function of counselors in a variety of settings. Current trends and issues in counseling also will be addressed. Throughout the course, major emphasis will be placed on the learning and practice of basic helping skills in a supervised setting.


Ce 633 Syllabus: Ethical Practice And Social Change, Veronica Johnson 2010 Winona State University

Ce 633 Syllabus: Ethical Practice And Social Change, Veronica Johnson

Counselor Education Syllabi

Course Objectives: a. To explore ethical, legal, and professional issues relevant to individual and group counseling, and other specific counseling areas: e.g., multicultural counseling, counseling with older adults, psychological testing, etc. b. To develop a model for making ethical decisions. c. To continue to develop one's professional identity and ethical practice. d. To examine the nature of the therapeutic relationship. e. To examine the roles and responsibilities of counselors as mental health professionals and agents of social change. f. To examine the influence of the social context on human development. g. To become aware of client empowerment, advocacy, and social …


Ce 635 Syllabus: Orientation To School Counseling, Dawnette Cigrand 2010 Winona State University

Ce 635 Syllabus: Orientation To School Counseling, Dawnette Cigrand

Counselor Education Syllabi

Orientation to School Counseling is a graduate level course designed to introduce students to current school counseling models and effective practice. The focus is on practical issues faced by school counselors as they implement an effective school counseling program, work with students, colleagues and families, and manage role responsibilities effectively. The course content will be delivered using a combination of lecture, discussion, experiential activities and individual and group projects. Field-based learning is also an important aspect of this course.


Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Andrea Bjornestad 2010 Winona State University

Ce 690 Syllabus: Internship, Andrea Bjornestad

Counselor Education Syllabi

This course provides a practical, field-based experience (minimum of 600 hours, at least 240 of which are direct service) in a school or community setting. This experience may be arranged with supervision coordinated through the CE Internship Coordinator and an on-site supervisor. A total of six (6) credits of internship work must be completed. Prerequisite: CE 680 – Counseling Practicum, with a letter grade of B or better.


Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Veronica Johnson 2010 Winona State University

Ce 680 Syllabus: Counseling Practicum, Veronica Johnson

Counselor Education Syllabi

To enhance the counseling skills and conceptualization processes acquired through direct counseling experience, supervision and classroom interaction. The course is designed to prepare counselors for the upcoming internship experience and development as independent professional counselors. The evidence provided through the quality of the course requirements, demonstration of maturity, personal insight and professional presentation as appropriate to the counseling profession, will determine the course grade.


Learning Ideas - Special Education Tips For Foster Parents Who Are Surrogate Parents, University of Maine Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies 2010 The University of Maine

Learning Ideas - Special Education Tips For Foster Parents Who Are Surrogate Parents, University Of Maine Center For Community Inclusion And Disability Studies

Education

Surrogate parents are appointed to represent children with disabilities whenever the birth parents or guardian of a child with a disability cannot be identified, located, or when the child is in the custody of the state. They have all the rights of birth parents for educational matters, e.g. permission for evaluation and placement, release information and request for educational hearing. The primary responsibility of surrogate parents is to ensure that children with disabilities are provided with a free, appropriate public education. (Adapted from http://www.maine.gov/doe/special ed/programs/surrogate/index.html)


Rehabilitation Counselor Education And The New Code Of Ethics, Harriet L. Glosoff, Rocco Cottone 2010 Montclair State University

Rehabilitation Counselor Education And The New Code Of Ethics, Harriet L. Glosoff, Rocco Cottone

Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works

The purpose of this article is to discuss recent changes in the Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors , effective January 1, 2010, that are most relevant to rehabilitation counselor educators. The authors provide a brief overview of these key changes along with implications for ethical practice in rehabilitation counselor education.


Ethical Issues In Rehabilitation Counselor Supervision And The New 2010 Code Of Ethics, Harriet L. Glosoff, Kathe F. Matrone 2010 Montclair State University

Ethical Issues In Rehabilitation Counselor Supervision And The New 2010 Code Of Ethics, Harriet L. Glosoff, Kathe F. Matrone

Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works

The 2010 revision of the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors addresses changes in ethical standards related to rehabilitation counselor supervision. In an effort to promote awareness of these changes, this article offers a brief overview of the revisions and implications for practice including the responsibility of supervisors to actively engage in and support professional development activities.


Sabbatical Leave Final Report, John Sheahan 2010 Parkland College

Sabbatical Leave Final Report, John Sheahan

Sabbaticals

My plan for sabbatical leave is to renew my commitment to personal counseling by: 1) Reacquainting myself with the current manual used to diagnose psychiatric disorders - DSM-IV-TR, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision; 2) Reading the latest professional journals and texts; 3) Attending several professional workshops, either live, on line, or through audio recordings; and 4) Immersing myself in the study, diagnosis, and treatment of students with Asperger's Syndrome, an autistic spectrum disorder.


Ce 534 Syllabus: Human Relations And Diversity, Gaylia J. Borror 2010 Winona State University

Ce 534 Syllabus: Human Relations And Diversity, Gaylia J. Borror

Counselor Education Syllabi

The purpose of this course is to: (1) promote student growth and development through the learning and practice of basic communication and helping skills, (2) study cultural diversity as it relates to human relations and communications, (3) examine gender and sexual orientation in terms of human relations and communications, and (4) address human relations and communications as related to special populations (persons with disabilities, older adults, people living in poverty, children, diverse religious groups, etc.).


Ce 611 Syllabus: Development Over The Lifespan, Mary Fawcett 2010 Winona State University

Ce 611 Syllabus: Development Over The Lifespan, Mary Fawcett

Counselor Education Syllabi

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of perspectives on the normal development of children, adolescents and adults. Major theories, issues, eras, and trends in lifespan development will be addressed.


Ce 633 Syllabus: Ethical Practice And Social Change, Andrea Bjornestad 2010 Winona State University

Ce 633 Syllabus: Ethical Practice And Social Change, Andrea Bjornestad

Counselor Education Syllabi

Course Objectives: 1. To explore ethical, legal, and professional issues relevant to individual and group counseling, and other specific counseling areas: e.g. multicultural counseling, counseling with older adults, psychological testing, etc. 2. To develop a model for making ethical decisions 3. To continue to develop one’s professional identity and ethical practice 4. To examine the nature of the therapeutic relationship 5. To examine the influence of the social context on human development 6. To become aware of client empowerment, advocacy, and social change as a potential part of the counseling process 7. To examine the impact of therapist values in …


Ce 640 Syllabus: Orientation To Community Counseling, Jo Hittner 2010 Winona State University

Ce 640 Syllabus: Orientation To Community Counseling, Jo Hittner

Counselor Education Syllabi

Course Objectives: 1. become familiar with counseling issues in a community setting 2. learn the philosophy of the community counseling profession 3. integrate theoretical information into the reality of counseling 4. learn ethical issues within the community counseling setting 5. integrate multicultural issues into counseling situations 6. become familiar with economic and political issues in counseling


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