The Integration of Science and Practice In One Training Program: Outcomes of a Manualized Career Counseling Group
© 2015 Taylor & Francis. An example of training Counseling Psychology graduate students in integrating science and practice is detailed through the presentation of the development, implementation, and evaluation of a Cognitive Information Processing approach-based career counseling group. Pilot data on initial group outcomes is presented and involves a sample of 59 undergraduate students that participated in the five-session intervention developed by faculty and students. Following the intervention, participants reported significant decreases in negative thinking and significant increases in career decision-making self-efficacy. The continued development of this collaboration and benefits of involving students in their training as scientist-practitioners is discussed.
Counselling Psychology Quarterly
Andrews Wiebusch, L.,
(2015). The Integration of Science and Practice In One Training Program: Outcomes of a Manualized Career Counseling Group. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 28(3), 286-304.
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