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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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Factors Influencing Supervisee Perceptions of Critical Feedback Validity
The authors investigated supervisees’ (N = 93) memories of critical feedback and validity ratings of that feedback. Supervisees most often recalled critical feedback about their counseling performance skills. Attachment avoidance, the supervisory relationship, and critical feedback of counseling skills and professional behaviors were significantly related to perceived feedback validity.
Exploring the Relationships Between Counseling Students’ Cultural Factors, Academic Aptitude, and Self‐Efficacy
The authors explored the pattern of change in counseling students’ (N = 373) counseling self‐efficacy (CSE) throughout their program and the influence of identifying variables. Results indicated that specific factors significantly predicted students’ initial CSE levels and the rate of CSE change. Implications for future research and counselor education programs are presented.
Closing the Gap: Fostering Successful Research‐Practice Partnerships in Counselor Education
Research‐practice partnerships offer counselor educators an opportunity to generate scholarship that can promote client welfare and create systemic change in practice and policy. The purpose of this article is to articulate strategies for building and sustaining research‐practice partnerships, as well as suggest methods for evaluating these partnerships.
New Counselor Educators’ Scholarly Productivity: Supportive and Discouraging Environments
Eighteen new counselor educators shared in‐depth reports of their efforts to establish an early record of scholarly productivity, critical to their success in academe. Analyses of their experiences using consensual qualitative research methods revealed components of both highly positive and highly discouraging program environments and their impact on participants’ research goals.
Multicultural and Social Justice Competence in Clinical Supervision
The authors apply the Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies (Ratts, Singh, Nassar‐McMillan, Butler, & McCullough, 2015) model to clinical supervision, highlighting ways for supervisors to intentionally integrate multicultural and social justice practices into the supervision enterprise. They offer specific implications for supervision practice, including a focus on broaching strategies.

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