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Journal for the Professional Counselor, v14 n1-2 Spr-Fall 1999

This publication of the New York Counseling Association is dedicated to providing in-depth articles about research on topics relevant to the profession. It is designed for use by professionals working in schools, colleges, and agency settings. The 1999 volume comprises two issues. Issue 1 is devoted to the topic of play therapy. Articles include: "Play Therapy Special Issue" (E. Goldin); "Introduction to the Special Issue" (J. Cerio); "Curative Factors in Play Therapy" (C. E. Schaefer); "Typical Stages in the Child-Centered Play Therapy Process" (W. J. Nordling; L. Guerney); "Client-Centered Play Therapy Techniques for Elementary School Counselors: Building the Supportive Relationship" (E. Phillips; J. Mullen); "Developmental Considerations in Play and Play Therapy with Traumatized Children" (A. Drewes); "Play Therapy Training Practices for School Counselors: Results of a National Study" (J. Cerio; T. Taggart; L. Costa); "A Comparison of the Effects of Two Family Play Therapy Activities on Child Participation, Comfort, and Activity Preference in Family Therapy" (K. L. Giudici; J. Cerio); and "Future Directions in Play Therapy Research" (J. Cerio; H. Boehm-Morelli). Articles in Number 2 include: "Message from the President" (J. A. Bayle); "Observations as the Profession Approaches the Turn of the Century" (E. Goldin); "Youth Gangs: A Counselor's View" (T. M. Batsis; J. S. Koshi); "Stalking Behavior: Love and Delusion" (D. Farrugia); "School to College Transition Programs: Straight Talk about Alcohol and Sex" (J. M. Gibson); "Capturing the Teachable Moment in Counseling" (B. B. Kahn); "Media Strategies for Counseling Professionals" (J. Gill-Wigal; S. A. Gallagher Warden; M. R. Schlarb); "The Diagnostic Dilemma: Implications and Concerns for Use of the DSM-IV in a College or University Counseling Center" (S. Hodges); "An Empirical Study of College Students' Grief Responses: Death vs Non-Death Losses" (D. A. Cohen); and "Power Plays: Their Use and Abuse in Human Relations" (book review by D. L. Araoz). (Contains numerous references.) (JDM)

Descriptors: Adolescent Development, Counseling, Counselor Educators, Counselor Training, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Mental Health, Play Therapy, Professional Associations, School Counselors, Youth Problems





Author: Goldin, Eugene, Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8008&id=ED442019



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