Corrine Sackett

Corrine Sackett
Clemson University | CU · Education and Human Development

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (27)
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Researchers explored teens’ perspectives of poverty in their environments through a qualitative participatory action research method called photovoice. Six themes emerged from the data reflecting teens’ experiences with poverty: (1) materialistic world and discrepancies, (2) ability to care for self and others, (3) racism and discrimination, (4) va...
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Researchers explored client meaningful experiences in a combination of individual and family counseling in this constructivist phenomenological study. The sample consisted of seven participants (three families) who ranged in age from 10 to 51. Participant racial/ethnic identities included two White, two biracial, and two Black. Participant gender i...
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This is a constructivist phenomenological study of client meaningful experiences in family counseling where researchers employed two post-session interviews with each family. The sample consisted of six participants (three families) who ranged in age from seven to 47. Participant racial/ethnic identities included five White and one biracial and gen...
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This phenomenological study adds to current literature about clients’ meaningful experiences in counseling by exploring the experiences of eight young clients (ages 8–18) in individual counseling with post-master’s counselors in an outpatient setting. Interviews with these clients revealed the following six themes: (a) the process of growth, (b) ha...
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The purpose of this article is to describe and illustrate through a hypothetical case example how the narrative technique of externalization can be utilized in family therapy with an adolescent member struggling with anorexia. The authors propose this intervention in response to evidence of the effectiveness of family therapy with anorexia, of narr...
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The purpose of this article is to describe and illustrate through a hypothetical case example how counselors can utilize an expressive arts technique called music listening in inpatient psychiatric group counseling. The authors give a rationale to implement here-and-now interventions, specifically music listening, in response to the critique of cur...
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Multiculturally competent counselors and researchers are called to understand individuals’ worldviews and experiences (Ratts, Singh, Nassar‐McMillan, Butler, & McCullough, 2016). Therefore, in this study, the authors explored Black teens’ experiences of their own racial identity using a qualitative participatory action research method called photov...
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The Multicultural and Social Justice Counseling Competencies conceptual framework includes a quadrant to represent a privileged client working with a marginalized counselor. Given this and given the dearth of literature on how counselors might handle microaggressions from their clients, the authors advocate for utilizing Relational Cultural Theory...
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This qualitative study explored prelicensed counselors’ experiences prioritizing information for clinical supervision. Through phenomenological interviews, 7 counselors seeking licensure discussed how they self‐report salient information to their supervisors. Using interpretative phenomenological analysis, the authors identified 3 themes: (a) learn...
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Physical inactivity and limited time spent in nature are major societal concerns that affect the mental and emotional health of youth in the United States. As such, this study explored girls’ perspectives of barriers to outdoor physical activity using a qualitative participatory action research method called photovoice. Six themes emerged from data...
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Seven doctoral supervisors described their experiences giving corrective feedback, including events when constructive feedback and confrontation did and did not go well. Findings reveal their thoughts and feelings before, during, and after each event. The authors suggest several specific pedagogical directions for facilitating supervisor developmen...
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The purpose of this article is to describe and illustrate through a hypothetical case example how visual journaling, a form of expressive arts counseling, can be adapted for use in individual counseling. Counselors may consider using visual journaling as a counseling intervention when working with clients who may not have words for what they are fe...
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Individuals with disabilities are attending postsecondary institutions and successfully completing both 2-year and 4-year degrees. Although current literature identifies numerous factors associated with success for 2-year college transfer students in general, given the unique needs of individuals with disabilities, it is possible that other factors...
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This study explores adolescent girls' perspectives of childhood obesity using photovoice (C. Wang & Burris, 1997). Because counselors are called to advocate at multiple levels to address barriers that inhibit the growth and development of clients (American Counseling Association, 2014), the authors address how counselors can use these findings to a...
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This study is a follow-up to Sackett, Lawson, and Burge's (2012) study that explored the meaningful experiences of clients and counselors-in-training (CITs). Using the previous study's themes of clients’ experiences in counseling with CITs as a launching pad, the authors examined in greater depth the meaningful experiences of clients who are in cou...
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Counselors are bound by ethical code to advocate at individual, group, institutional, and societal levels to examine potential barriers and obstacles that inhibit the growth and development of clients. Photovoice is a participatory action research method that utilizes a specific photographic technique to capture an issue from the lens of those affe...
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The authors explored the strength of the alliance and the depth of meaningful experiences in counseling. Interviews of participants were conducted to elicit experiences, whereas the alliance was measured using the Working Alliance Inventory. Results indicate the stronger the alliance, the greater depth of meaningful experiences. Implications for co...
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This quantitative study provides a description of current and best practices for authorship determination in student– faculty collaborative research. Doctoral students and faculty (N = 1,009) in education‐related disciplines indicated how authorship decisions are made in common practice, how authorship decisions should be made, and their levels of...
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Mentoring students through collaborative research can be an effective method for cultivating student development as scholars; but negotiating the division of responsibilities and recognition may be difficult due to the inherent complexities of the relationship between collaborators and the research process itself. A national sample of 440 students...
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Determining appropriate authorship recognition in student-faculty collaborative research is a complex task. In this quantitative study, responses from 1346 students and faculty in education and some social science disciplines at 36 research-intensive institutions in the United States were analyzed to provide a description of current and recommended...
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We are facing a societal trend of lethargy in today's youth. Technology, fear, and limited green spaces keep our children inside and inactive. This article explores this trend and proposes ecotherapy, which promotes mental health in the context of the environment and through the use of green spaces, as a method the counseling profession can utilize...
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The Support Network Intervention Team (SNIT) is an approach designed to assist multi-agency-involved families with a variety of issues. The SNIT provides structure helpful to a family addressing issues resulting from substance abuse. It is a strength-based approach that invites the family system to include a variety of support persons along with th...

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