Counselor Preparation: Programs, Faculty, Trends

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Psychology Press, 2004 - Medical - 546 pages
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Co-published by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), this is the only comprehensive, longitudinal, national study of counselor preparation programs. It is an outstanding reference for faculty, administrators, students, and practitioners. Not only does it offer comparative data for administrative decisions, but it also affords future students the only comprehensive means of evaluating career needs met by institutions. On its eleventh edition, Counselor Preparation is now considered a classic reference for the counseling profession, containing vital information for counselor educators and students.
 

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Contents

Research Design and DataSource
15
Academics
35
COUNSELOR PREPARATION PROGRAMS
47
DoctoralLevel Counselor Preparation Programs
59
Pastoral and Rehabilitation Programs
67
Anticipated Changes in Trends
73
DATAON EACH DEPARTMENT
89
FACULTY INDEX
527
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Donna A. Henderson is a professor of counseling at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC. She received her bachelor's degree in English from Meredith College, her master's degree from James Madison University and her Ph.D. degree in counselor education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She is the recent Past-President of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. She is a former teacher and counselor in grades 7 to 12. She is a licensed school counselor and a licensed professional counselor. She holds memberships in the American Counseling Association and has been active in national, regional and state counseling associations. Her research interests include counseling children, particularly in the school setting and counselor education concerns. She has co-authored a book on school counseling and has written chapters on legal and ethical issues, developmental issues, creative arts and counseling and other topics. She has had articles published in THE JOURNAL FOR SPECIALISTS IN GROUP WORK, ARTS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY, JOURNAL OF FAMILY THERAPY, AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING.

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