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Emerging Counselors’ Perception of Wellness
Counseling Faculty Research
  • Andrew M. Burck, Marshall University
  • Laura Bruneau
  • Lisa Baker
  • Lori L. Ellison, Marshall University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
6-1-2014
Abstract
Four focus groups with 12 students indicated three themes on the topic of wellness: (a) wellness was an important, complex construct unique to the individual, (b) wellness as an “opening of the eyes” through awareness, translation, and integration, and (c) emerging counselors’ recommendations. Implications for training and research are discussed.
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doi: 10.1177/2150137813518554

Citation Information
Burck, A. M., Bruneau, L., Baker, L., & Ellison, L. (2014). Emerging Counselors’ Perception of Wellness Implications for Counselor Development. Counseling Outcome Research and Evaluation, 5(1), 39-51.