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Advising, Counseling, Mentoring and Teaching Black Males in Secondary and Postsecondary Settings

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

Hines Our co-edited book, Black Males in Secondary and Postsecondary Education: Teaching, Mentoring, Advising and Counseling, is one of the most comprehensive textbooks on Black males. An antiracist approach to counseling gifted Black boys with disabilities. Counseling Black male student-athletes in K-16. Dr. Erik M. Byrd, J. ,

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Destined for Counseling

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The post Destined for Counseling appeared first on Counseling Today. Rick Balkin inspires and educates future and current counselors through his contributions on practicing forgiveness and working with teenagers in crisis.

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Out With the Old, In With the New: Decolonizing the School Counseling Profession to Support Black Students

Diverse: Issues in Higher Education

School counseling programs can significantly address students’ challenges by providing a safe and supportive environment for students to discuss their concerns, connect with resources, and develop coping strategies. There is a merger of traditional counseling with Black culture documented by A.

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Counseling Today’s 15 most-read articles of 2023

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The post Counseling Today’s 15 most-read articles of 2023 appeared first on Counseling Today. Some of our most-read stories in 2023.

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Counseling Today recognized with five awards

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The Counseling Today staff won five awards in APEX 2023, the 35th annual awards program recognizing excellence in publishing. The post Counseling Today recognized with five awards appeared first on Counseling Today.

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Navigating white privilege in the counseling room

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The post Navigating white privilege in the counseling room appeared first on Counseling Today. Without the awareness and willingness to acknowledge how they have benefited from cultural racism, white counselors risk creating fractured alliances and distrust in the therapeutic process.

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An integral model for using empathy in counseling

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The post An integral model for using empathy in counseling appeared first on Counseling Today. Counselors understand the importance of empathy, but they sometimes find it challenging to fully integrate into practice.