Counselors are increasingly interested in how neuroscience research applies to the counseling profession. Evidence of that interest includes a growing number of session offerings on topics related to neuroscience at counseling conferences, publication of new “neuroscience for counselors” textbooks and the availability of this monthly column in Counseling Today.
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