Linda Shaw

Linda Shaw
The University of Arizona | UA · Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies

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Publications (52)
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This 2021 document provides a principled framework for group work grounded in the rich history of the Association for Specialists in Group Work. Here, group workers and scholars can find a contemporary integration of ethical practice, contextual perspectives, and organizational values intended to guide group practitioners and scholars from varied d...
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BACKGROUND: As the volume of evidence-based practices (EBPs) in vocational rehabilitation (VR) reaches a critical mass and leaders in the field recommend the need for a systematic and rigorous evaluation process that legitimizes and the effectiveness of those practices, a national registry in VR is clearly needed. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this pap...
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Advances in technology and knowledge, changes in institutional policies and practices, and legal mandates make it possible for young adults with health-related conditions (HRCs) to more fully participate in higher education. This article proposes a framework of seven principles that institutes of higher education can use to facilitate the success o...
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This one-of-a-kind manual provides direction for leading groups of people with disabilities or groups that have members with disabilities. Viewing disability as a single aspect of a multifaceted person, Drs. Bauman and Shaw share their insight and expertise and emphasize practical skill building and training for facilitating task, psychoeducational...
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It is generally accepted that the environment in which a counselor works influences his or her ethical behavior, but there is little empirical examination of this idea within the rehabilitation counseling professional literature. A survey was conducted with a national sample of practicing certified rehabilitation counselors that elicited qualitativ...
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A possible interaction among the characteristics of disability, race, gender, and age was examined with respect to formal allegations of disability harassment. Using data from the National Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Research Project, the authors examined whether there was an interaction amon...
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Increasing numbers of deaf students receive most of their education in general education classrooms. These students may not have easy access to peers and adults with whom they can communicate; consequently professionals have expressed fears that these students will be socially isolated and lack opportunities to develop the social competence necessa...
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This review examines some of the critical factors that influenced the evolution of rehabilitation counselor education accreditation. The article discusses the history and structure of the accreditation process and the activities that have occurred to maintain the relevancy and viability of the process. Major issues that the Council on Rehabilitatio...
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This review examines some of the critical factors that influenced the evolution of rehabilitation counselor education accreditation. The article discusses the history and structure of the accreditation process and the activities that have occurred to maintain the relevancy and viability of the process. Major issues that the Council on Rehabilitatio...
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Rehabilitation counselors are taught to use the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors in conjunction with ethical decision-making models to resolve ethical dilemmas. In this article, the authors underscore the importance of consultation in the process of ethical decision making. Advisory opinions provided by the Ethics Committee...
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Military personnel, who have sustained multiple injuries, or polytrauma, are returning home with a novel set of challenging injuries and disabilities. These emerging injury patterns require specialized rehabilitation and continual coordination of care. One technique to assess the current and future disability-related needs of an individual who sust...
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Challenges to the profession of rehabilitation counseling have frequently been cited in the rehabilitation counseling literature, but little empirical evidence exists about the perceptions of the field's leadership regarding the current critical issues of importance to the field. This study reports the results of a Delphi study that elicited consen...
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Using the Integrated Mission System of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the employment discrimination experience of Americans with traumatic brain injury is documented. Researchers compare and contrast the key dimensions of workplace discrimination involving Americans with traumatic brain injury and persons with other physical, sensory,...
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This article provides data from the National EEOC ADA Research Project comparing several aspects of employment discrimination experienced by individuals with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) to that of a group of individuals with other physical, sensory or neurological impairments (GENDIS). Compared with GENDIS, the SCI group was younger with more males an...
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This article reports the results of a survey conducted in order to determine the professional disclosure practices of rehabilitation counselors in both the public and the private sector. Counselors were surveyed regarding the content, the circumstances, the timing, and the format of their disclosure. They were also asked to share their opinions abo...
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The purpose of this article is to describe two constructs recently highlighted in the counseling psychology literature – working alliance and counseling expectancies – and to describe first steps toward their application in vocational rehabilitation. As consumer and counselor embark on the vocational rehabilitation experience, differences in expect...
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Working Alliance has been described as a collaborative process characterized by shared goals, tasks and attachment bonds The development of a strong working Alliance is desirable in a rehabilitation system that embraces full and meaningful involvement from consumers. It has been suggested that the Working Alliance is dependent upon four factors tha...
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Identification and reconciliation of counselor expectations between consumer and counselor is believed to increase the counselor-consumer working alliance, which by extension will improve rehabilitation counseling outcomes. The purpose of this article is to describe the development of the Expectations About Rehabilitation Counseling (EARC) scale, o...
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Rehabilitation counselor educators are obligated to act in accordance with the Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors. This obligation is particularly strong for rehabilitation counselor educators, not only because of the importance of protecting the rights of students and the clients those students may serve, but also because of...
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The importance of adequate professional disclosure has recently received increased attention in the counseling and psychology literature. Despite this trend, the rehabilitation counseling professional literature contains little information about the prevalence and manner in which this practice is used within rehabilitation counseling. This article...
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The intent of this article is to explore the possibility of an op-portunity structure for rehabilitation counselors that extends far beyond that which has previously been considered. The current trends that are enlarging the rehabilitation arena. Be-yond this, however, career counseling principles are applied to the rehabilitation counseling profes...
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The purpose of this study is to survey Rehabilitation Counseling Education (RCE) programs on their views and educational practices regarding various aspects of health care case management as it exists in the private sector. The results indicated that, although RCE faculty appear to be quite aware of the growing employment trends in private sector c...
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The purpose of this study was to examine knowledge areas perceived by rehabilitation counselors as important for effective case management practice in managed care settings. A total of 1,208 certified rehabilitation counselors who applied for and met the eligibility criteria for the certified case manager credential were asked to complete the 132-i...
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This article reports the development and implementation of a new instrument, the Family Involvement Questionnaire (FIQ), for determining perceptions about family involvement needs in the rehabilitation process of traumatically brain-injured (TBI) clients. Factor analysis results indicate a four-factor solution to be optimal both in terms of parsimo...
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Examines two related counseling constructs (working alliances and counseling expectancies) that can be used to enhance meaningful rehabilitation counselor-consumer partnerships. Presents a conflict resolution approach for addressing discrepancies in counselor-consumer expectancies as a strategy for strengthening these working alliances. Discusses i...
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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) rehabilitation is one of the most challenging and complex aspects of rehabilitation clinically, administratively, and ethically. The prevailing standard of care in this area emphasizes the importance of treatment within an interdisciplinary team model. Empirical literature related to both individual clinician and team a...
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Although the Americans with Disabilities Act prevents employers from discriminating against the disabled in hiring practices, it exempts current illegal users of drugs, as distinct from alcoholics. The specific requirements of the law regarding persons with alcoholism are reviewed and contrasted with those concerning current drug users, and barrier...
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The context in which staff-family conflict occurs in the TBI rehabilitation setting is outlined including the sources of stress specific to each group and the needs of family members during the recovery process. The ways in which both family members and professionals exacerbate the conflict are described, followed by implications for facility manag...
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Typescript. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Florida State University, 1990. Includes bibliographical references.
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Analyzed the jobs obtained by 95 paraplegic and quadriplegic patients with spinal cord injuries. Results reveal that the median annual salaries of Ss was $8,658 and that Ss generally obtained jobs requiring a relatively high degree of involvement with data, less involvement with things, and least involvement with people. Results are examined in com...

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Vocational and Psychosocial Adjustment to TBI and acquired BI including mTBI
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