This category contains information related to scientific research in the fields of clinical psychology and counseling psychology. Content is aimed primarily at academic researchers rather than mental health consumers, and may include empirical assessment of novel treatment interventions.
Please submit only sites that are concerned with scientific research into clinical and counseling psychology and that are aimed at researchers, not consumers.
This category is NOT for the submission of sites related to mental health services. Sites relating to individual psychotherapists or practices should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory within Health/Mental_Health/Counseling_Services.
Contains sites for MA, PhD, and PsyD courses in clinical and counseling psychology.
Please only submit sites for graduate or further training in the fields of clinical and counseling psychology.
Empathy is the foundation of Carl Rogers' client-centered therapy (also known as Rogerian therapy and as Non-directive therapy). He asserted that empathy alone is healing. A client centered therapist strives to provide an environment of empathy, unconditional positive regard, and acceptance.
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If your site is about a client-centered therapist, please find the appropriate regional category.
Full text research publications aimed at practitioners of clinical or counseling psychology. Resources aimed at consumers can be found in Health/Mental_Health/
Rehabilitation Psychology/Counseling is the helping profession dedicated to assisting people--individuals, family members, and caregivers--who are struggling with the effects of a disability and are seeking to restore hope and meaning to their lives.
It is important to make a distinction between Rehabilitation in general and Rehabilitation Psychology/Counseling. Often, the one thing that gets overlooked in Rehabilitation is the psychology or counseling component. People are left to deal with incredibly traumatic, life-changing events, like the loss of mobility, without any psychological counseling.
Articles concerned with the relation of religious beliefs to counseling.
Please submit sites that are not specific to a particular religion in this category. For sites that have a focus on a specific religious tradition, please submit them to the appropriate subcategory.