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6 CEUs Cultural Diversity & Ethical Boundaries: Freedom from Stereotypes

Section 8
Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime

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- Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime. Bartol, February 2004, Chapter 7, p189-212.
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Nondisclosure in Triadic Supervision: A Phenomenological Study of Counseling Students
Triadic supervision is common within counselor training; however, limited research in professional counseling literature exists describing counseling students' experiences of choosing what to disclose within triadic supervision. Using transcendental phenomenological research, the authors investigated supervisees' nondisclosure within triadic supervision. Critical nondisclosure themes were relationships, presence of peer, and sharing time.
Applying Information Processing Theory to Supervision: An Initial Exploration
Although clinical supervision is an educational endeavor (Borders & Brown, ), many scholars neglect theories of learning in working with supervisees. The authors describe 1 learning theory—information processing theory (Atkinson & Shiffrin, , ; Schunk, )—and the ways its associated interventions may enhance the supervision enterprise.
Experiences of Counselors‐as‐Clients in Counselor Education
Eight professional counselors who routinely role‐play as clients in 1 counselor education program participated in a focus group investigating their portrayal experiences. Data were analyzed using interpretative phenomenological analysis, which resulted in 3 superordinate themes: missions, influential factors, and repercussions. Findings reinforce instruction of idiographic and person‐centered care in counselor education.
Advisory Relationship as a Moderator Between Research Self‐Efficacy, Motivation, and Productivity Among Counselor Education Doctoral Students
The authors examined the relationship between research self‐efficacy, motivation, and productivity, as well as advisory relationship as a moderator, among 190 counselor education doctoral students. Research self‐efficacy and motivation predicted productivity. Advisory relationship moderated the relationship between intrinsic and failure avoidance motivation and productivity.

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