A Mixed-Methods Examination of Counselors' Social Class and Socioeconomic Status Perceptions
The Journal of Humanistic Counseling
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We investigated how counselors (N = 157) perceived social class and socioeconomic status (SES) via a mixed‐methods design. Among other findings, the results revealed participants provided limited or SES‐only responses when they defined social class. We describe counseling practice and training implications from a culturally informed, humanistic perspective.
Cook, Jennifer M.; Ong, Lee Za; and Zavgorodnya, Olga, "A Mixed-Methods Examination of Counselors' Social Class and Socioeconomic Status Perceptions" (2021). College of Education Faculty Research and Publications. 571.