Counseling Scenarios Article Review by Quality Writers

Counseling Scenarios
A research analysis of issues related to counseling homosexual clients with addictions, conservative Christians and immigrant students in schools.
# 102543 | 1,202 words | 3 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Mar 27, 2008 in Psychology (Therapies) , English (Analysis) , Hot Topics (Immigration)

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This paper discusses and reviews three research articles that relate to counseling in different scenarios. The paper describes the content of each article and why that particular article is unique. It then provides a review of the discussion in the article according to the opinion of the writer of this paper. The paper discusses articles that relate to counseling behaviors associated with gay, lesbian and bisexual clients that are afflicted with additions, counseling behaviors in relation to conservative Christians in Louisiana and school counseling attitudes in relation to immigrant students in the United States.

Counseling for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients
Counseling of Conservative Christians
Counseling in Schools

From the Paper:

"Constantine and Gushue (2003) discuss school counseling attitudes in relation to immigrant students in the United States (p. 185). The article is unique because it focuses on an area of counseling that is not often approached through research and that provides insight into an issue that is a growing concern in the nation. It is known, for example, that growing numbers of Hispanic and Asian students exist in the nation and that many of these individuals, as first generation immigrants, have special needs and complications that make their socialization difficult. One of the purposes of school counseling in this case is to provide for the services that the student needs in order to make the transition into American society more effective."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Belaire, C., Elder, A., and Young, S. "Inclusion of religious Behaviors and Attitudes in Counseling". Counseling and Values. 49.2 (2002): 82+.
  • Constantine, M., and Gushue, G. "School Counselors' Ethnic Tolerance Attitudes and Racism Attitudes as Predictors of Their Multicultural Case Conceptualization of an Immigrant Student". Journal of Counseling and Development. 27.1 (2003): 185+.
  • Fisher, K., Matthews, C., and Selvidge, M. "Addictions Counselors' Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Clients". Journal of Counseling and Development. 83.1 (2005): 57+.

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