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Using New Attitudes and Technology to Change the Developmental Counseling Focus for Older Populations

Using New Attitudes and Technology to Change the Developmental Counseling Focus for Older Populations Thomas, M Carolyn The dual challenges of a growing elderly population and the rapid advances in technology call for counselors to discard or drastically change traditional attitudes and counseling techniques with older people and produce more appropriate approaches for the new […]

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Building teams and creating community parnerships

Building teams and creating community parnerships Kormanski, Chuck The I-99 Corridor Alliance is a collaborative tri-county effort consisting of key business development, education, research, government and corporate partners in south-central Pennsylvania. The “I-99 Innovation Corridor” connects central Pennsylvania to two major east-west interstate highways, I-76 and I-80. The goal of the Alliance is to establish […]

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A new field for counselors?

Coaching: A new field for counselors? Campbell, Jane M Coaching is the new buzzword in the world of personal change. Coaches are appearing everywhere-on TV, in magazines and self-help books, and on the Internet. Successful entrepreneurs and CEOs interviewed on Oprah and Good Morning America often attribute success to their personal coaches. US News and […]

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Classroom and Group Extension of Family Systems Concepts

Classroom and Group Extension of Family Systems Concepts Lambie, Rosemary A The focus of this article is the extension of family systems concepts into the classroom as well as into educational, support, and counseling groups held in schools for family members. Family systems concepts and methods can be used to pursue goals in both the […]

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Counselors’ call for advocacy and social justice

Counseling Arab Americans: Counselors’ call for advocacy and social justice Nassar-McMillan, Sylvia C More than ever before, counselors are recognizing the need to understand the cultural context of their clients. In the case of ethnic minority clients, in particular, this context encompasses vast social and political histories. Some theorists (e.g., McGoldrick, Giordano, & Pearce, 1996) […]