A Content Analysis of School Counselors' Legal Experiences through Self-Reflective Letter Writing
School Counselors, Counselor Attitudes, Letters (Correspondence), Reflection, Learning Experience, Content Analysis, Legal Problems, Emotional Intelligence, Personal Narratives, School Counseling, Counseling Services
Journal of School Counseling
School counselors can write letters to themselves to practice self-reflection and enhance learning from experience. Using inductive and deductive content analysis, we analyzed how twelve school counselors used letters to themselves to reflect on their legal experiences. In their letters, participants demonstrated a wide range of depth in dimensions of self-reflection. Implications for future and current school counselors' self-reflective practices are provided.
DeCino, D. A.,
Waalkes, P. A.,
McKibben, W. B.
(2019). A Content Analysis of School Counselors' Legal Experiences through Self-Reflective Letter Writing. Journal of School Counseling, 17(3), 1-25.
Available at: https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cps_facarticles/1808