Counseling Today’s Online Magazine Top 15 Read Articles

2014yearinreviewCT Online’s most-read articles posted in 2014:

As we flip the calendar forward to January, we’re taking some time to reflect on the more than 150 articles that were posted at CT Online in 2014.    From a remembrance of Maya Angelou to an in-depth piece on eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), we’ve focused on the news and issues that affect the counseling profession.

Milestones of 2014 include approval of a newly revised ACA Code of Ethics and the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC)’s first-ever conference, held in New Orleans in September.

15. The dance between codependents and narcissists (Online Exclusive, posted in March) bit.ly/1nMLV3K  Ross Rosenberg

1. 2014 ACA Code of Ethics approved by Governing Council (Online Exclusive, posted in March) bit.ly/1i4ehSO

2. Addressing clients’ prejudices in counseling (Knowledge Share, posted in January) bit.ly/1i3TuAG

3. A living document of ethical guidance (Cover Story, posted in May) bit.ly/1B28EP1

4. The toll of childhood trauma (Cover Story, posted in June) bit.ly/1JOMshA

5. EMDR for the co-occurring population (Magazine Feature, posted in May) bit.ly/1JON7Q5

6. Counseling goes to the movies (Online Exclusive, posted in December) bit.ly/1AWKDcq

7. The inner life of the counselor (Knowledge Share, posted in April) bit.ly/1CCkktk

8. Sex offender therapy: A battle on multiple fronts (Magazine Opinion, posted in March) bit.ly/1HvTqU

9. Connecting with clients (Cover Story, posted in August) bit.ly/16Nb2Az

10. ACA’s first counselor compensation study reports varied pay, good benefits (Online Exclusive, posted in September) bit.ly/1xdNJLT

11. Quieting the inner critic (Cover Story, posted in January) bit.ly/LZ0Uu9

12. America’s mental health disparities (Online Exclusive, posted in December) bit.ly/1E7Z2bA

13. CACREP degree to be required for counselor licensure in Ohio (Online Exclusive, posted in May) bit.ly/1x0e4uP

14. The toughest kinds of groups (Knowledge Share, posted in February) bit.ly/1mBAfAq