A Survey of Graduate Students’ Experiences with Multiple Roles and Relationships in Counselor Education Programs
Journal of Counseling Research and Practice
Counselor Education graduate students participate in multiple roles and relationships during their programs (Dickens, Ebrahim, & Herilhy, 2016). The purpose of this quantitative investigation was to explore counselor education graduate students’ awareness of and experiences with multiple roles and relationships through the development of a self-report scale. Building on previous qualitative studies, the authors constructed a 41-item survey – the Multiple Roles, Relationships, and Responsibilities (M3R). Exploratory factor analysis was applied to data from a sampling of counseling students (n = 140) yielding an 8-factor solution accounting for approximately 63% of the variance. Implications for faculty are discussed and programmatic recommendations are offered.
Dickens, Kristen, Richard Cleveland, Lauren Amason.
"A Survey of Graduate Students’ Experiences with Multiple Roles and Relationships in Counselor Education Programs."
Journal of Counseling Research and Practice, 5 (1): 1-15.