A Phenomenological Investigation of Wellness Within Counselor Education Programs
Counselor Education and Supervision
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In this phenomenological investigation, the authors explored doctoral‐level counselor trainees’ (N = 12) perceptions of wellness promotion in programs accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. Using semistructured interviews, the research team identified 3 structural themes (components of wellness, program culture, and recommendations) and 13 textural themes. Findings highlight the need for training regarding boundaries and self‐awareness.
Wellness; Counselor education; Doctoral students; CACREP; Self-care
Gleason, B. K.,
Hays, D. G.
A Phenomenological Investigation of Wellness Within Counselor Education Programs.
Counselor Education and Supervision, 58(3),