Archive for July, 2014

2013 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Quantitative or Qualitative Research

Effects of School Counselors’ Cognitive Behavioral Consultation on Irrational and Efficacy Beliefs of Elementary School Teachers Jeffrey M. Warren and Edwin R. Gerler, Jr. Jeffrey M. Warren and Edwin R. Gerler Jr. received the 2013 Outstanding Scholar Award for Quantitative or Qualitative Research for their article “Effects of School Counselors’ Cognitive Behavioral Consultation on Irrational [...]

2013 TPC Outstanding Scholar Award Winner – Concept/Theory

Examining the Theory of Historical Trauma Among Native Americans Kathleen Brown-Rice           Kathleen Brown-Rice received the 2013 Outstanding Scholar Award for Concept/Theory for her article “Examining the Theory of Historical Trauma Among Native Americans.” Dr. Rice is an assistant professor at the University of South Dakota and a National Certified Counselor [...]

2014 Dissertation Excellence Award

          TPC announced the first annual Dissertation Excellence Award and began receiving entries from across the United States. After great deliberation, Joel A. Lane received the 2014 Dissertation Excellence Award for his dissertation, titled The Impact of Attachment Working Models and Social Support on the Subjective and Psychological Well-Being of Emerging [...]

Back to Basics: Using the DSM-5 to Benefit Clients

Matthew R. Buckley

Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 159–165
doi:10.15241/mrb.4.3.159
Article published online: July 2014

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Historical Underpinnings, Structural Alterations and Philosophical Changes: Counseling Practice Implications of the DSM-5

Stephanie F. Dailey
Carman S. Gill
Shannon L. Karl
Casey A. Barrio Minton

Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 166–178
doi:10.15241/sfd.4.3.166
Article published online: July 2014

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