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Sports Counseling: The New Relative on the Block


by Aretha Marbley, Rachelle Berg Ritter, Shih Han Huang & Jiaqi Li ó August 09, 2013

The authors introduce sports counseling as a close and newly discovered younger relative of sport psychology. They explore the evolution of sport counseling services and how these services may differ from more mainstream and psychology. They point out the differences and similarities of services that sport psychology and counseling provide and how both are critical to athletes.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: August 09, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17212, Date Accessed: 12/17/2017 8:10:17 PM

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  • Aretha Marbley
    Texas Tech University
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    ARETHA FAYE MARBLEY is a Professor and Director of Community Counseling in Counselor Education at Texas Tech University. She received her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision and is a National Holmes Scholar alumna from the University of Arkansas. She is a critical social justice womanist and community activist scholar, storyteller, educator, and servant with a research focus on global multicultural-social justice counseling and education; womanist activism; human, social, and cultural rights; and oppressive social institutions.
  • Rachelle Berg Ritter
    Texas Tech University
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    RACHELLE BERG RITTER has a PhD in counselor education from Texas Tech University. She is an adjunct professor at Texas Tech and maintains a private practice counseling children and adolescents in Lubbock, Texas. Her research interests include creativity in counseling, ethics,self-harm and suicide, and home-based counseling.
  • Shih Han Huang
    Texas Tech University
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    SHIH-HAN HUANG is a doctoral student of Counselor Education in the Department of Education Psychology and Leadership at Texas Tech University. She obtained her Masterís degree in Counselor Education at Texas Tech University. Her research interests include multicultural counseling and socio-economics, international students, and social justice.
  • Jiaqi Li
    Texas Tech University
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    JIAQI LI is Research Assistant of Counselor Education in the Department of Education Psychology and Leadership at Texas Tech University. His research focuses on diversity, multicultural counseling, and international students. He obtained his Masterís degree in School Counseling at Western Kentucky University. Jiaqi Li will graduate with his PhD in Counselor Education at Texas Tech University December 2013.
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