Counseling Today Vol. 56 No. 6

32 The birth of the neuro-counselor?
By Sebastian Montes
Proponents of neuroscience question whether counselors can be truly effective unless they know what is going on in their clients’ brains, while its critics warn that overreliance on neurology runs the risk of drawing the counseling profession away from its humanistic roots.

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Racial identity development and supervision
By Yegan Pillay
A lack of awareness regarding where counseling supervisors and supervisees are on the racial identity continuum can affect not just the supervisory relationship but also client well-being.

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Working with sexually abused children
By Gregory K. Moffatt

Counselors possess the skills to offer this vulnerable client population a safe place to
address their trauma, discover their strength and resilience, and emerge as new creatures

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