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A Study of the Gender Role Orientations of Beginning Counselors
Counseling literature and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs' (1994) accreditation standards advocate gender-sensitive counseling practices. However, the effects of socialization processes on counselor education students concerning gender role orientation may interfere with that mandate. This study explored the gender role orientation of future counselors and implications for development as professional counselors. (Contains 28 references and 1 table.) (Author)
Author/Creator: Gold, Joshua M., Hawley, Lisa D.
Date Published: Fall
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development
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Special Section: "Multicultural Issues in Counseling." For related articles, see CG 557 757-763.
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