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Record Keeping for Practitioners 
Article: 6 pages | Exam: 10 items
Aging, With Grace 
Ken Laidlaw and Nancy A. Pachana
Article: 3 pages | Exam: 10 items
Improving Learning 
Arthur C. Graesser
Article: 4 pages | Exam: 10 items
The Society of Counseling Psychology (Division 17) and the American Psychological
Association Office of Continuing Education in Psychology have partnered to offer an
exciting benefit for readers of The Counseling Psychologist, the official publication of
Division 17. Each issue provides thematic coverage of critical developments concerning
the theory, research, and practice of counseling psychology. 2016 | 2015 | 2014.
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TCP, VOLUME 44 
No. 6: Integrating Neuroscience Into Counseling Psychology
A Systematic Review of Current Literature
The author conducts a systematic review of articles focused on counseling psychology
and neuroscience to determine and discuss the current state of integration. Through a
thematic analysis, the author identifies four major themes and numerous subthemes that
were included in the articles examined. The author also discusses topic areas that can be
integrated into counseling psychology and areas of future research.
Article: 26 pages| 10 items
No. 5, Integrating Professional and Indigenous Therapies
An Urban American Indian Narrative Clinical Case Study
Dennis C. Wendt and Joseph P. Gone
The authors describe the case of Aamoo, a Native Indian client dealing with issues of stress,
loss, and depression. Using a narrative case study approach, the authors conduct interviews
with the client throughout his course of treatment and help illuminate some key aspects of
working with Native Indian clients. Readers will gain a deeper understanding of how Native
Indian clients view medication, counseling, bonding, and spirituality.
Article: 35 pages | Exam: 10 items
No. 4, Applying for Grant Funding as a Counseling Psychologist
From Thought to Action
Jason J. Burrow-Sánchez, Jessica L. Martin, and Zac E. Imel
The authors encourage counseling psychologists to become more proactive in seeking
grant funding for their research. They outline how to get involved in the grant-writing
process, how to obtain a mentor, tips on crafting a successful application, and
understanding the various outcomes of a grant review.
Article: 46 pages | Exam: 10 items
No. 3, Help-Seeking Attitudes of United Arab Emirates Students
Examining Loss of Face, Stigma, and Self-Disclosure
Patrick J. Heath, David L Vogel, Fatima R. Al-Darmaki
The authors use multiple research mythologies to examine key factors associated with
help-seeking attitudes among United Arab Emirates (UAE) college students related
to stigma, loss of face, and self-disclosure. Key findings, gender differences, clinical
implications, and future directions are discussed.
Article: 22 pages | Exam: 10 items
No. 2, Perception of Subtle Racism
The Role of Group Status and Legitimizing Ideologies
Hsin-Ya Liao, Ying-yi Hong, and James Rounds
The authors present research conducted on how high-status and low-status college students
perceive subtle racism by watching a video clip on an ambiguous racial conflict and how
they judged and attributed the situation to racism. The authors present the concept of subtle
racism and legitimizing ideologies and how they serve and impact individuals’ attributions
and judgment regarding racism. Three legitimizing ideologies are presented and discussed to
help the reader understand how they serve to justify subtle racism.
Article: 30 pages | Exam: 10 items
For a full list of available TCP articles and descriptions of each program, visit http://www.apa.org/ed/ce/resources/counseling-psychologist.aspx.