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Ideas and Research You Can Use: VISTAS 2012
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Table of Contents

About the Editors
About the Reviewers

Invited Address

Article 1. Wit and Wisdom: What I Have Learned From the Career Stories of Others and My Dog
Robert C. Chope

Section I. College Students

Article 2. Needs Assessment for Counseling GLBT Clients
Rebecca Gardner, Joshua Adkins, Whitney Gillespie, and Cristen Wathen
Article 3. The Effects of a Brief Mindfulness Intervention on Self-Compassion Among Undergraduate College Students
Danielle Richards and William E. Martin, Jr.
Article 4. Welcome Home: Understanding and Serving Veteran Transition and Identity Development in College
Leigh Green and Ryan Van Dusen

Section II. Counseling Veterans and Military Families

Article 5. Innovative Applications of Logotherapy for Military-Related PTSD
Aaron Smith
Article 6. Secondary PTSD in Children of Service Members: Strategies for Helping Professionals
Christine R. Cook, Andrea A. Slater-Williams, and Lynn R. Harrison
Article 7. Back on Track: Life Skills Training for Veterans in the Criminal Justice System
James J. Ungvarsky, Michelle Conaty, and Shannon Bellflower

Section III. Counseling Families and Adults

Article 8. Play Therapy and Parent Consultation: A Review of Best Practices
Jennifer N. Bornsheuer and Richard E. Watts
Article 9. Loving Kindness Meditation and Couples Therapy: Healing After an Infidelity
Laura Cunningham and Yuleisy Cardoso

Section IV. Counselor Education

Article 10. Clinical Assessment in the Counseling Process: A Teaching Model
Yuh-Jen Guo, Shu-Ching Wang, and Veronica Johnson
Article 11. Gatekeeping in Counselor Education
Dorea Glance, Golden Fanning, Amber Schoepke, William Soto,
and Michael A. Williams, Sr.
Article 12. Sexuality Is Universal: Implications for Using a Constructivist Approach to Sexuality Training in Counselor Education Programs
Wenndy Dupkoski
Article 13. Counselors-in-Training Problematic Behaviors: A Pilot Study
Amanda M. Evans, Jamie S. Carney, David Shannon, and DeLeana Strohl
Article 14. Mindfulness Matters: Practices for Counselors and Counselor Education
Karen L. Caldwell
Article 15. Project Based Learning: Enriching Counselor Education Through Real World Learning
Bryon C. Pickens, Chloe Lancaster, Beverly Schaefgen, Richard K. James,
and Donnalin Constantine
Article 16. Promoting Mental Health Collaborations in Counselor Education Through the Use of Service-Learning
Ronica Arnold Branson, Lakitta D. Johnson, and Regina F. McMurtery
Article 17. Counselor Dispositions: An Added Dimension for Admissions Decisions
Fred Redekop and Brian Wlazelek
Article 18. Counselor Education Beyond Our Borders: Promoting Mental Health Counseling in Romania Through a Service–Learning Project
Troyann Gentile, Laura Schmuldt, and Barry Stephens
Article 19. The Power of Personal Storytelling in Counselor Education
Charles E. Myers, Toni R. Tollerud, and Mi-Hee Jeon
Article 20. Creatively Training Wellness-Minded Counselors
Denis’ A. Thomas and Laura Schmuldt
Article 21. Examining Counselor Educators’ Use of Impairment in Gatekeeping Terminology
Kathleen Brown-Rice
Article 22. Developing a Counselor Education Training Clinic: The First Year
Jo Hittner and Mary Fawcett

Section V. Counselor Professional/Career Development

Article 23. The “Convictions of Conscience” Clause: Clinicians and Consumers Beware
Grace A. Mims, Matthew J. Mims, Julie A. Dinsmore, and David D. Hof
Article 24. When it All Hits the Fan: Helping Counselors Build Resilience and Avoid Burnout
Claudia J. Sadler-Gerhardt and Davia L. Stevenson
Article 25. Transforming the Managerial Class: Binary and Dialectical Thinking in Counseling
Thomas Harrison, Troyann Gentile, and Terianne Harrison
Article 26. Rogers Revisited: The Genetic Impact of the Counseling Relationship
Jennifer D. Behm

Section VI. Counselor Supervision

Article 27. Social Cognitive Theory as an Effective Clinical Supervision Approach: The Social Cognitive Theory of Supervision
Isaac Burt
Article 28. Voices of Rural Counselors: Implications for Counselor Education and Supervision
Dorothy J. Breen and Deborah L. Drew
Article 29. Counseling Supervision: Exploring the Impact of Temperament on Supervisee Satisfaction
Anita A. Neuer Colburn, Cheryl Neale-McFall, Rebecca E. Michel,
and Hannah B. Bayne
Article 30. The Case of Lucinda
Cassandra A. Storlie, Hongryun Woo, Nanseol Heo, and Tracie Self

Section VII. Effective Counseling Tools and Techniques

Article 31. Counseling for Wholeness: Integrating Holistic Wellness Into Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning
Jeffry L. Moe, Dilani M. Perera-Diltz, and Tamara Rodriguez
Article 32. Treating Eating Disorders With the Buddhist Tradition of Mindfulness
Marty Slyter
Article 33. East Meets West: Integration of Taoism Into Western Therapy
Rochelle C. Moss and Kristi L. Perryman
Article 34. SCATTT: A Suicide Intervention Plan Mnemonic for Use When Clients Present Suicide Intent
Gerald A. Juhnke, Gerald B. Juhnke, and Pei-Hsuan Hsieh
Article 35. Quest for Transformation: An Exploration of Pilgrimage in the Counseling Process
Heather A. Warfield
Article 36. Helpful Strategies for Teaching Effective Confrontation Skills
Alan S. Bakes

Section VIII. Group Counseling

Article 37. Career Intervention for Domestic Violence Survivors in a Group Setting: A Psychoeducational, Skill-Building Curriculum
Hilary A. Bornstein
Article 38. Creative Art in Group: Pedagogical Implications for Integration in Group Counseling Courses
Rebecca L. Koltz and Melissa A. Odegard

Section IX. The Impact of Technology on Counseling

Article 39. Digital Confidentiality: A Holistic Security Model for Counselors
Timothy D. Baker
Article 40. Counselors’ Guidelines for the Healthy Development of Youth in the Digital Age
Lakitta D. Johnson and Ronica Arnold Branson
Article 41. Online Instruction of Counselor Education Coursework: Maximizing Strengths and Minimizing Limitations
Dilani Perera-Diltz and Jeffry Moe
Article 42. Investigating the Effectiveness of Clinical Supervision in a CACREP Accredited Online Counseling Program
J. Kelly Coker and AnnaLynn Schooley
Article 43. Integrating Technology Into Multicultural Training: Enhancing Outcomes for Didactic and Experiential Courses
Saundra M. Tomlinson-Clarke and Darren L. Clarke
Article 44. Beyond the Suit and Résumé: Leveraging Social Media to Build an Online Reputation for 21st Century Professional Success
Debra A. DelBelso, Jami Cotler, Manimoy Paul, Andrea Smith-Hunter,
and Mike Tanski

Section X. Multicultural Issues in Counseling

Article 45. Diversity in Learning: A Comparison of Traditional Learning Theories With Learning Styles and Cultural Values of Native American Students
Mark S. Parrish, John L. Klem, and David R. Brown
Article 46. Raising Black Males: Key Ingredients to Successful Outcomes in Black Male Development
Teandra V. Gordon, Richard C. Henriksen, Jr., and Mary Nichter
Article 47. Development and Delivery of an Intensive Diversity Engagement Course
A. Leslie Anderson, Camielle J. Famous, and Josh T. Smith

Section XI. Research and Evaluation

Article 48. Mixed Methods Research Designs: A Recommended Paradigm for the Counseling Profession
Robert L. Smith
Article 49. A Quantitative Measure of the Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain
Mary L Fawcett, Janet Evans, and George Maycock
Article 50. The Scientific Truth Continuum: A New Model for Determining Best Practices in Counseling
Thomas A. Field
Article 51. Untangling Hope and Optimism: Implications for Counselors
Aida Hutz-Midgett, Diana M. Doumas, Becca Dickinson, Angela Dondero,
Mary Kaye Johnson, and Jenni Kimball

Section XII. School Counseling

Article 52. The Bullying Project
Le’Ann L. Solmonson
Article 53. School Counselors’ and Teachers’ Perceptions of Elementary School Counselor Roles Related to Personal/Social, Academic, and Career Counseling
Gerra W. Perkins
Article 54. Building School Solutions From Students’ Natural Resources
John J. Murphy
Article 55. An Innovative Approach to Working With Angry Adolescents Using Therapeutic Principles and Martial Arts
Isaac Burt
Article 56. Counseling Kids With Incarcerated Caregivers
Elisabeth Bennett, Miranda Lewis, and Elyssa Hunsaker
Article 57. Utilizing Projective and Circular Questioning with Female Middle and High School Students to Reduce Anxiety
Gerald A. Juhnke, Brenna A. Juhnke, and Walter Y. Hudson
Article 58. The Role of the Professional School Counselor in Reducing Teacher Anxiety
M. Ann Shillingford-Butler, Samir H. Patel, and Evadne E. Ngazimbi
Article 59. The School Counselor’s Role With Students At-Risk for Substance Abuse
Natoya H. Haskins
Article 60. Promoting School Counseling Through Marketing Programs and Roles
Donna J. Dockery
Article 61. School Counselors’ Support for First-Generation College Students
Donna J. Dockery

Section XIII. Spirituality and Counseling Issues

Article 62. The Misunderstood Pastoral Counselor: Knowledge and Religiosity as Factors Affecting a Client’s Choice
Kathryn Reid Walker, Tammy H. Scheidegger, Laurel End, and Mark Amundsen
Article 63. A Radio Call-in Program: Opening the Hearts of Evangelical Christians
Sheryl A. Serres, Richard E. Lampe, and Richard C. Henriksen, Jr.

Section XIV. Substance Abuse

Article 64. Stigmatization of Adolescents Who Use Alcohol and Marijuana: A Counseling Concern
Michael D. Brubaker, Laura A. Nabors, Jordan Pangallo, and Halley Shipley
Article 65. Determining the Impact of a Comprehensive Substance Assessment on Problem Recognition, Ambivalence, and Taking Steps
Jane Warren, Meaghan Nolte, and Jennifer Weatherford
Article 66. A Review of the Research on the Relationship Between Substance Abuse and a History of Exposure to Trauma
Debbie C. Sturm