Counselor Education in the 21st CenturyIssues and Experiences
|Verlag:||American Counseling Association|
This distinctive text provides master’s- and doctoral-level students, as well as new professionals, with a thorough exploration of the range of responsibilities, working conditions, roles, evaluation criteria, benefits, and challenges experienced by counselor educators. Each chapter focuses on a key aspect of the field, including teaching; supervision; mentoring; gatekeeping; research and grant writing; tenure; adjunct, part-time, and nontenured positions; program administration; leadership; and collegiality and wellness. Case vignettes and personal narratives from counselor educators are engaging and informative, and literature reviews are useful for introducing students to the material covered. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to email@example.com
Jane E. Atieno Okech, PhD, is a professor of counselor education and chair of the Department of Leadership and Developmental Sciences at the University of Vermont. Deborah J. Rubel, PhD, is an associate professor of counselor education in the College of Education at Oregon State University.
“This textbook of ‘issues and experiences’ is a counselor educator’s equivalent to a musician’s master class. It offers a deep dive into every aspect of what contemporary counselor educators’ worlds of work entail. In this ‘must read,’ Drs. Okech and Rubel and their contributing authors provoke inquiry and scrutiny on topics we encounter daily, including ethical practice, professional vitality, and counselor identity.” —Kurt L. Kraus, EdD Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania “Drs. Okech and Rubel present a masterful, in-depth look into the world of counselor education and academia. Although they wrote the book to help master’s students transition from graduate school to counselor education, the text is also highly valuable for tenured faculty considering leadership positions and counselor educators seeking to improve their mentoring skills.” —Tracy A. Stinchfield, EdD Immaculata University “Counselor Education in the 21st Centuryprovides a comprehensive perspective of what being a counselor educator looks and feels like on a day-to-day basis, including the required skills and tasks that are often not covered in doctoral curricula. The authors’ insights offer a heightened awareness of best practices, what to anticipate, and how to facilitate optimal success as cutting-edge counselor education faculty.” —Scott A. Wickman, PhD Northern Illinois University