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In this article the author provides a sketch that is a spoof of the way in which directive counselors purportedly viewed nondirective counseling and vice versa. He then briefly provides comments and reviews on a variety of books and written works. Three of the texts deal with language while the...
In this article, the author comments on some papers by Robert L. Romano and Eleanore B. Luckey concerning the use of the interpersonal system of diagnosis in marital counseling. The author briefly discusses whether the Interpersonal Check List is truly a test, and notes that both Romano and...
A graphic framework utilizing horizontal, vertical, and diagonal structure and designed to describe approaches to counseling is presented. Various types of interpersonal relationships are described and conceptualized within this framework.
This paper describes a program of group counseling directed toward the problem of efficiently and effectively aiding the students usually seen up to three times by a counselor. These may be students who need new or additional information in planning tentative life goals, who may need assistance...
In considering the role of values in counseling, a series of propositions is presented concerning their derivation, their determination, and their relation to the task of counseling. The teaching, and the promotion of given values are included.
Career development programs are considered from the viewpoint of theories of career development and studies at Harvard, in Japan, and in France are reviewed.
In this editorial the editor comments upon professional writing and the difficulties one faces while writing. In particular, the author discusses the varying levels of how an author can be misunderstood by the audience.
In this article, the author comments upon a two dimensional system to describe interpersonal relationships using the vertical axis to describe relationships in which there is a perceived status difference, the horizontal axis for relationships in which there is no such difference, and the...
A measure was obtained of the ability of a sample of public secondary school teachers to evaluate the relative severity of student problems and the consistency in their rating of these problems. " . . . with relation to the selected factors, certain areas of guidance readiness are measurable."
For ten years or more there has been agitation in the form of articles and notes in the journals of psychology to abandon the academic Ph.D. and confer a professional doctorate in psychology. Recently the discussion has been stirred again. The present writers would like to inject a note of...
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