Counseling Today Vol 55 No. 8

30   Bully pulpit By Lynne Shallcross

Counselors,  and school counselors in particular, have a critical role to play
both in coming to the aid of children and adolescents targeted by bullying and in promoting a culture where bullying is confronted head-on  rather than swept under the rug.

Features

40    Are you what you eat?
By Stacy Notaras Murphy
Counselors  are taking a closer look at how diet can affect the mental health of their clients.

46    Evaluating cloud-based practice management systems
By Rob Reinhardt
The paperless office may finally be within  reach for private practitioners.

52    Knowledge Share
Thinking creatively: Expressive arts for counseling youth in the schools
By Patricia Van Velsor
The visual arts, movement,  drama, music and writing provide school counselors with innoVative methods for engaging students in their academic, career and personal/social development.

56    Reader Viewpoint     .
The paradox of empathy: When empathy hurts
By Eric W. Cowan, Jack Presbury & Lennis G. Echterling
In the counseling profession, we are taught to strive for empathic  connection with clients, but what should we do when those clients do not want to be “completely known” because that depth of empathy evokes their deepest wounds?

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