Counseling, Counselor Education
Counselor educators near the tenure years (5-10 years) experience challenges that differentiate them from their early and late career colleagues, regardless of tenure status. The following phenomenological study sought to ascertain the experiences of counselor education faculty during these distinct years of their academic careers. Eight counselor educators were interviewed and themes were derived, including a need for increased support pre- and post-tenure, adequate doctoral level preparation for faculty roles, and challenges in balancing the functions within and outside of the academy. Recommendations for current and emerging counselor educators are provided.
Levitt, D. H., & Hermon, D. A. (2009). Career Experiences of Counselor Educators: Early and Near-Tenure Experiences. The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 1(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/11.0105