This article examines how traditional college-age women adjust to the campus environment, including alcohol usage and sexual risk-taking, from a developmental/feminist perspective. Interpersonal adjustment, alcohol usage, and sexual risk-taking are explored, with consideration for physical and psychosocial consequences. Recommendations for counseling, including an illustrative case example, are provided.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Pompeo, Alyson M.; Kooyman, Leslie; and Pierce, Gloria, "Counseling College Women: The Interplay of Psychological Development, Social Factors, Alcohol, and Sexual Risk-Taking" (2014). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 21.
Pompeo, A. M., Kooyman, L., & Pierce, G. (2014). Counseling college women: The interplay of psychological development, social factors, alcohol, and sexual risk‐taking. Adultspan Journal, 13(1), 15-29.