Counselor Education Doctoral Students' Experiences with Multiple Roles and Relationships
Journal of Counselor Education & Supervision
Interpretive phenomenological analysis was used to explore 10 counselor education doctoral students' lived experiences with multiple roles and relationships. Four superordinate themes were found: power differential, need for education, transformation, and learning from experiences. Findings revealed that multiple roles and relationships offer doctoral students positive and negative experiences, shaping their development as future counselor educators.
Dickens, Kristen, Christine H. Ebrahim, Barbara Herlihy.
"Counselor Education Doctoral Students' Experiences with Multiple Roles and Relationships."
Journal of Counselor Education & Supervision, 55 (4): 234-249.
doi: 10.1002/ceas.12051 source: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ceas.12051