Initiating and sustaining a counselor education and supervision doctoral program requires navigating institutions of higher education, which are complex systems. Using qualitative analysis, we explored 15 counselor educators’ experiences collaborating with university administrators to gain support for beginning and sustaining counselor education and supervision doctoral programs. Results indicate the need to understand political elements, economical aspects, and the identity of the proposed program. Limitations and areas for future research are presented.
This document was originally published in Professional Counselor by The Professional Counselor. Copyright restrictions may apply. doi: 10.15241/rs.10.4.632
Scherer, Rebecca; Moro, Regina; Jungersen, Tara; Contos, Leslie; and Field, Thomas A.. (2020). "Gaining Administrative Support for Doctoral Programs in Counselor Education". Professional Counselor, 10(4), 632-647. https://dx.doi.org/10.15241/rs.10.4.632