tCp vol. 41, no. 5
quality of master’s education
A Concern for Counseling Psychology?
Margo A. Jackson and Michael J. Scheel
The authors propose recommendations to
differentiate and integrate master’s education
with doctoral training by emphasizing the unique
contributions of counseling psychology. Their
recommendations build on the core values and
synergistic potential of counseling psychology
foundations both in counseling (e.g., in educational
applications and service to multicultural communities)
and in professional psychology (e.g., in extending
benchmark competencies for training and using
scientific research to inform value-added outcomes for
effectively serving public mental health needs).
ARTICLE: 31 PAGES.
tCp vol. 41, no. 6
a call to integrate religious communities
The Case of Sikhs
Muninder K. Ahluwalia and Anjali Alimchandani
The authors discuss the historical experience of
Sikhs within and outside the U.S. and India as a
religious and cultural minority. The authors also
make treatment and research recommendations
and considerations for counseling psychologists for
culturally competent knowledge, awareness,
ARTICLE: 26 PAGES.
tCp vol. 41, no. 7
oPtions for Preparing inmates for
An Employment Preparation Intervention
Erica L. Fitzgerald, Krista M. Chronister, Linda Forrest, and
This article presents a study that tested the
effectiveness of the curriculum to determine if
study participants had higher career-search self-efficacy, problem-solving skills, and hopefulness than
treatment-as-usual control group participants.
ARTICLE: 21 PAGES.
tCp vol. 41, no. 8
developing a conceptual framework for life skills
Ken Hodge, Steven Danish, and Julia Martin
This article explains, describes, and establishes a
framework for life skills interventions that can be
used to enhance individual well-being by encouraging
autonomy, competence, and relatedness.
ARTICLE: 28 PAGES.
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