This article explores self-reflection and self-awareness from an ethical standpoint, proposing that counselors have a responsibility to themselves, their clients, and the profession to engage in these practices. The authors propose a path to counselor self-awareness and a 2nd process that assumes counselor mastery.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Pompeo, Alyson M. and Levitt, Dana, "A Path of Counselor Self-Awareness" (2014). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 4.
Pompeo, A. M., & Levitt, D. H. (2014). A path of counselor self‐awareness. Counseling and Values, 59(1), 80-94.