Counselor Education, Direct Counseling Service, Tenure Process, Counseling Practice
Clinical Supervision, Counseling, Counselor Education
One hundred and fifty pre-tenured counselor education assistant professors participated in a survey regarding their engagement of direct counseling service (DCS). Both quantitative and qualitative data was analyzed. Participants reported significant restrictions on time and a lack of departmental support for DCS and a perception that DCS will not be valued within the tenure processes. However, the majority of pre-tenured faculty desired to engage in more DCS to maintain skills and enhance their teaching and scholarship. Data regarding the participation of DCS by pre-tenured faculty, and implications for counselor educators are shared.
Reljic, R. D., Lindsey, C. V., & Protivnak, J. J. (2015). Pre-tenured Counselor Educators Engagement in Direct Counseling Service: Results of a National Survey. The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 7(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/73.1064