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Counseling Research Guide: Books and Print Resources

This Guide is intended to support research in the two graduate programs of study:Mental Health Counseling and School Guidance Counseling, and in the Marriage and Family Therapy Certificate program

Reference Books

Though lots of information can be found online, some of the best information is still in print. Check out these titles in the reference section on the first floor of the library:

In the Stacks

Here are the sections in the library that will contain books on counseling:

  • BF - General Psychology
  • HQ - Marriage, Family, Relationships
  • HV - Social pathology, Social & Public Welfare
  • RC - Neurosciences & Psychiatry

Distributed Learning - Additional Library Services

Distributed learning library services are the same on campus services (borrowing materials, interlibrary loan, library instruction, reference, reserves, etc.) tailored to meet the needs of our students & faculty in our extended campus and online courses and programs.This includes document delivery directly to your home and much more.

Subject Headings

The following phrases may be helpful to search as subjects or keyword in the library catalog to find books on the shelves:

  • Adolescent psychology
  • Adult child abuse victims
  • Bereavement-Psychological aspects
  • Child abuse
  • Child mental health services
  • Educational counseling
  • Family psychotherapy
  • Family violence
  • Grief
  • Interpersonal relations
  • Mental health counseling
  • Psychotherapy
  • Social interactions
  • Vocational guidance

Find Books

In the Gallucci-Cirio Library:

 

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