JCD Presents New Study on the Long-Term Benefits of Outdoor Behavioral Health Care With Young Adults
The January 2017 issue of the Journal of Counseling & Development features a 3-year outcome study on how outdoor behavioral health care (OBH) helped a group of young adults reduce their symptoms of distress and interpersonal difficulties while experiencing an increased sense of purpose both during and after treatment. “Outdoor Behavioral Health Care: A Longitudinal Assessment of Young Adult Outcomes” by Sean D. Roberts, Daniel Stroud, Matthew J. Hoag, and Katie E. Massey discusses the results of the authors’ study with 186 participants, ages 18 to 25, who took part in a wilderness therapy program. Their findings suggest that OBH can be an effective intervention to improve young adults’ psychosocial well-being and reduce their interpersonal difficulties—and that these significant in-treatment gains can be maintained by clients after their return to the community.
FEATURED ARTICLES Volume 95 ■ Number 1 ■ January 2017:
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Outdoor Behavioral Healthcare: A Longitudinal Assessment of Young Adult Outcomes
Sean D. Roberts, Daniel Stroud, Matthew J. Hoag, and Katie E. Massey
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Suicide Intervention Training for K–12 Schools: A Quasi-Experimental Study on ASIST
Laura Shannonhouse, Yung-Wei Dennis Lin, Kelly Shaw, and Michael Porter
Predictors of Unintentionally Severe Harm During Nonsuicidal Self-Injury
Trevor J. Buser, Juleen K. Buser, and Corrine C. Rutt
A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of Intensive Trauma-Focused Programming
A. Stephen Lenz and Chloe Lancaster
Meta-Analysis of Counseling Outcomes for Youth With Conduct Disorders
Bradley T. Erford, Gerta Bardhoshi, Margaret Ross, Chelsea Gunther and Kelly Duncan
Gender Differences in STEM Students’ Perfectionism, Career Search Self-Efficacy, and Perception of Career Barriers
Philip B. Gnilka and Alexandra Novakovic
Women in the National Guard: Coping and Barriers to Care
Joanna Maung, Johanna E. Nilsson, LaVerne A. Berkel, and Patricia Kelly
Assessments & Diagnosis Theory & Practice
College and Career Readiness Counseling Support Scales
Richard T. Lapan, Timothy Poynton, Amanda Marcotte, Joshua Marland, and Chase M. Milam
Relational-Cultural Theory and Reality Therapy: A Culturally Responsive Integrative Framework
Natoya Hill Haskins and Brandee Appling Trends
From the Couch to the Chair: Applying Psychoanalytic Theory and Practice in Counseling
Frederick Redekop, Chad Luke, and Frank Malone
New Concepts in the 2014 ACA Code of Ethics
David M. Kaplan, Perry C. Francis, Mary A. Hermann, Jeannette V. Baca, Gary E. Goodnough, Shannon Hodges, Shawn L. Spurgeon, and Michelle E. Wade
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