Empirical Research Article
tolerance for ambiguity, phenomenology, counselor education
Six master’s-level counseling students were interviewed about their phenomenological experiences of ambiguity in counselor preparation. Analysis revealed five themes: students’ preparation for ambiguous experiences, ambiguities of counselor preparation, accompanying overwhelming feelings, coping approaches, and self-assurance gained from facing ambiguity. These findings have implications for counselor education and supervision.
Jahn, S. A., & Smith-Adcock, S. (2018). A Phenomenological Study of Counseling Students’ Experiences with Ambiguity. The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 10(1). Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jcps/vol10/iss1/9