Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Summer 2014, Volume 6, Number 1

Special Section: Critical Community Practice
Guest editors: Scotney D. Evans, Krithika Malhotra, and Adam Rosen , University of Miami

Critical Community Practice: An Introduction to the Special Section
Scotney D. Evans, Natalie Kivell, Miryam Haarlammert, Krithika Malhotra, and Adam Rosen

Community Cultural Development for Social Change: Developing Critical Praxis
Christopher C. Sonn and Amy F. Quayle

Critiquing and Analyzing the Effects of Neoliberalism on Community Organizing: Implications and Recommendations for Practitioners and Educators
Shane R. Brady, Andrew C. Schoeneman and Jason Sawyer

Observing Privilege: Examining Race, Class, and Gender in Health and Human Service Organizations
Leslie Collins and Sandra L. Barnes

Engaging a Community-based Perspective: The Problems of and Prospects for a Grassroots Endeavor in the Dominican Republic
Karie Peralta and John Murphy

Other Articles in this Issue

Politics and Research of Immigration: Implications for Counseling and Psychological Scholarship and Action
Oksana Yakushko and Melissa L. Morgan Consoli

Re-Thinking Youth Suicide: Language, Culture, and Power
Jennifer White and Michael J Kral

Tackle Prostate Cancer: A Doctoral Student’s Response
Luis E. Lacourt

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Fall 2013, Volume 5, Number 3

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Giving Voice: Utilizing Critical Race Theory to Facilitate Consciousness of Racial Identity for Latina/o College Students
Alison Cerezo, Benedict T. McWhirter, Diana Peña, Marina Valdez, Cristina Bustos

Situating Psychotherapy with Tribal Peoples in a Sovereignty Paradigm
Consuelo E. Cavalieri

Guiding Principles for Community Engagement:
Reflections on a School-Based Sustainability Project
 

Charlotte Blythe, Niki Harré, Sindra Sharma, Victoria Dillon, Briar Douglas and Amadia Didsbury

Power Politics: Advocacy to Activism in Social Justice Counseling
Marian A. Lee, Tammy Jorgensen Smith, and Ryan G. Henry

Reflections on a Participatory Research Project: Young People of Refugee Background in an Arts-Based Program
Christopher C. Sonn, Michele Grossman, and Angela Utomo

 

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Summer 2013, Volume 5, Number 2

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Spring 2013, Volume 5, Number 1

Special Issue on Violence against Individuals and Communities: Reflecting on the Trayvon Martin Case 

Violence against Individuals and Communities: Reflecting on the Trayvon Martin Case - An Introduction to the Special Issue
Rebecca L. Toporek, Editor

Scholarship, Science and Practice

Using the Science of Psychology to Target Perpetrators of Racism and Race-Based Discrimination for Intervention Efforts:  Preventing Another Trayvon Martin Tragedy
Vickie M. Mays, Denise Johnson, Courtney N. Coles, Denise Gellene and Susan D. Cochran

Talking about the Trayvon Martin Case in Psychology and Counseling Training and Psychotherapy
Sannisha K. Dale and Jessica Henderson Daniel

“What’s under There?” The Questioning of Civil Rights for Sikh Men
Muninder K. Ahluwalia

Restorative Justice for Trayvon Martin
Mikhail Lyubansky

Narratives and Reflections

Moving from Words to Action: Reflections of a First Year Counselor Educator for Social Justice
Joseph M. Williams

Reflections on the Murder of Trayvon Martin
Reston N. Bell, Tiffany J. Jones, Ricshawn Adkins Roane, Kidist M. Square, and Rita Chi-Ying Chung

Reflections of a Black Male Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student: Lessons Learned from APA Division 45 Commentary and the Role of Social Justice for Counseling Psychologists
Ricky J. Pope

Reflections on the Experiences of Turbaned Sikh Men in the Aftermath of 9/11
Kiran S. K. Arora

Bearing Black
Deanne Bell

Dissecting the Killing of Trayvon Martin: The Power Factor
Geraldine L. Palmer

A Moment to Come Together: Personal Reflections on Trayvon Martin
Roxanne Christensen, LaSonia Barlow, and Demetrius E. Ford

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Fall 2012, Volume 4, Number 2

Articles

Revolutionary Leadership: From Paulo Freire to the Occupy Movement
Mary Watkins

Social Justice in Application: Counselor Training in a Legal Context
Krista M. Malott and Tacia Knoper 

Making the Social Justice Connection: Development of a Community Resource Guide
Kathleen L. Niegocki, Emily M. Mastroianni, Erica J. Hurley, Mathias M. Green, Lawrence H. Gerstein, David R. Richardson, and Damita A. Miller

Heuristic Understanding as a Component of Collaborative, Interdisciplinary, Social Justice Advocacy Research
Stephanie Bauman, Michele Acker-Hocevar, and Danny Talbot

Social Justice:  Pushing Past Boundaries in Graduate Training
Peggy Brady-Amoon, Nita Makhija, Vasudev Dixit, and Jonathan Dator

Social Justice Collaboration in Schools: A Model for Working with Undocumented Latino Students
Cassandra A. Storlie and Elizabeth A. Jach

 

Book Review

A Critical Psychology of the Postcolonial: The Mind of Apartheid, by Derek Hook
Shadi Gholizadeh

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Spring 2012, volume 4, number 1

Articles

Walking the Talk: Reflections from a Community-Focused Dialogue Series
Anna Wheatley, Seth T. Christman, and Guerda Nicolas

Perpetuating Oppression: Does the Current Counseling Discourse Neutralize Social Action?
Arie T. Greenleaf and Rhonda M. Bryant

Voices: Exploring the Experiences of Non-Mental Health Professionals Working with Mexican Immigrants Affected by Deportation
Anna Lopez and Ioana Boie

African-American Youth and Exposure to Community Violence:  Supporting Change from the Inside
Anita Jones Thomas, Devin Carey, Kia-Rai Prewitt, Edna Romero, Maryse Richards, and Barbara Velsor-Friedrich

The Santa Barbara Wellness Project: Development and Implementation
Melissa L. Morgan Consoli, J. Manuel Casas, A. Patricia Cabrera, and Gustavo Prado

Latina/o Adolescents in an Emerging Immigrant Community: A Qualitative Exploration of their Future Goals
Laura M. Gonzalez, Gabriela L. Stein, Laura R. Shannonhouse, and Mitchell J. Prinstein

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Fall 2011, volume 3, number 2

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Spring 2011, volume 3, number 1

Special Issue on Multicultural Social Justice Leadership Development
Guest Editor: Carlos P. Zalaquett

Continuing and Expanding the Multicultural Social Justice Leadership Conversation: An Introduction to the Special Issue of the Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology on the 2010 Multicultural-Social Justice Leadership Development Academy 
Carlos P. Zalaquett 

Social Justice Counseling and Advocacy: Developing New Leadership Roles and Competencies
Judith A. Lewis, Manivong J. Ratts, Derrick A. Paladino, Rebecca L. Toporek

What Does It Mean to Be A Culturally-Competent Counselor?
Shamshad Ahmed, Keith B. Wilson, Richard C. Henriksen Jr., and Janet WindWalker Jones

Implementing Multicultural Social Justice Strategies in Counselor Education Training Programs
Fred Bemak, Rita Chi-Ying Chung, Regine M. Talleyrand, Hollie Jones, and Jewelle Daquin

Implementing Multicultural-Social Justice Leadership Strategies When Advocating for the Rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning Persons
Michael D. Brubaker, Amney Harper, and Anneliese A. Singh

Three Issues, Three Approaches, Three Calls to Action: Multicultural Social Justice in the Schools
Aretha F. Marbley, Krista M. Malott, Ann Flaherty, and Helyne Frederick

A Social Justice Approach to School Counseling
Dana Griffin and Sam Steen

Multicultural-Social Justice Leadership Strategies: Counseling and Advocacy with Immigrants
Rita Chi-Ying Chung, Fred Bemak, and Tomoko Kudo Grabosky

Neuroscience and Counseling: Central Issue for Social Justice Leaders
Allen E. Ivey and Carlos P. Zalaquett

Multicultural Social Justice and Human Rights: Strategic Professional Development for Social Work and Counseling Practitioners
Jessica A. Barrett

Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology - Summer 2009, volume 2, number 1

Supporting Social Justice Advocacy: A Paradigm Shift towards an Ecological Perspective (.pdf)
Arie T. Greenleaf and Joseph M. Williams

Advocacy: The T.R.A.I.N.E.R. Model (.pdf)
David D. Hof, Julie A. Dinsmore, Scott Barber, Ryan Suhr and Thomas R. Scofield

Special Section on Personal Narratives on Activism for Social Justice and Systems Transformation