Portfolio Assessment: A Model for Counselor Education

Authors

  • MICHAEL L. BALTIMORE,

    Assistant Professor, Corresponding author
      Department of Counseling and Clinical Programs, Columbus State University, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, GA 31907. (e-mail: Baltimore_Michael@colstate.edu)
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    • Michael L. Baltimore is an assistant professor, Joyce Hickson is chair and associate professor, Joseph D. George is a professor, and Lori B. Crutchfield is an assistant professor, all in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Programs, Columbus State University, Georgia.

  • JOYCE HICKSON,

    Chair and Associate ProfessorSearch for more papers by this author
    • Michael L. Baltimore is an assistant professor, Joyce Hickson is chair and associate professor, Joseph D. George is a professor, and Lori B. Crutchfield is an assistant professor, all in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Programs, Columbus State University, Georgia.

  • JOSEPH D. GEORGE,

    ProfessorSearch for more papers by this author
    • Michael L. Baltimore is an assistant professor, Joyce Hickson is chair and associate professor, Joseph D. George is a professor, and Lori B. Crutchfield is an assistant professor, all in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Programs, Columbus State University, Georgia.

  • LORI B. CRUTCHFIELD

    Assistant ProfessorSearch for more papers by this author
    • Michael L. Baltimore is an assistant professor, Joyce Hickson is chair and associate professor, Joseph D. George is a professor, and Lori B. Crutchfield is an assistant professor, all in the Department of Counseling and Clinical Programs, Columbus State University, Georgia.


Department of Counseling and Clinical Programs, Columbus State University, 4225 University Avenue, Columbus, GA 31907. (e-mail: Baltimore_Michael@colstate.edu)

Abstract

Portfolio assessment can be used to measure counselor-in-training growth over time. The benefits to counselor education programs, including the ability to evaluate counselor progress, are discussed.

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