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Single-Case Design in Child Counseling Research: Implications for Counselor Education
Counselor Education and Supervision
  • Dee C. Ray, University of North Texas
  • Casey A. Barrio Minton, University of North Texas
  • April A. Schottelkorb, Boise State University
  • April Garofano Brown, Fort Worth Independent School District
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
3-1-2010
Abstract
Counselor education programs are ethically bound to teach methods of research and evaluation so counselors may identify counseling methods that have a reasonable probability of success. Single-case design represents rigorous research practice, is amenable to practice. and allows the practitioner the opportunity to explore interventions from quantitative and qualitative perspectives. Key elements of single-case methodology are reviewed, including benefits, specific details, and pitfalls related to conducting single-case research with children. A case study and suggestions for implementation in counselor education are provided.
Citation Information
Dee C. Ray, Casey A. Barrio Minton, April A. Schottelkorb and April Garofano Brown. "Single-Case Design in Child Counseling Research: Implications for Counselor Education" Counselor Education and Supervision (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/april_schottelkorb/4/