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Professional Counselor, v4 n4 p303-315 2014

The persistent research-to-practice gap poses a problem for counselor education. The gap may be caused by conflicts between the humanistic values that guide much of counseling and the values that guide research training. In this article, the authors address historical concerns regarding research training for students and the conducting of research by faculty, and report on an effective research education model animated with values that guide clinical, supervisory and pedagogical identities within counselor education.

Descriptors: Training Methods, Counselor Training, Research Skills, Models, Theory Practice Relationship, Graduate Students, Educational Research, Professional Identity, Achievement Gap, Values, Cooperative Learning, Program Evaluation, Program Effectiveness, Interpersonal Relationship, Empowerment, Developmental Programs, Experiential Learning, Group Dynamics, Educational Practices, Educational Strategies

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Author: Lee, Kristi A.; Dewell, John A.; Holmes, Courtney M.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=1506&id=EJ1063183







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