As we flip the calendar forward to January, we’re taking some time to reflect on the more than 150 articles 2014yearinreviewthat were posted at CT Online in 2014.

From a remembrance of Maya Angelou to an in-depth piece on eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), we’ve focused on the news and issues that affect the counseling profession.

Milestones of 2014 include approval of a newly revised ACA Code of Ethics and the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC)’s first-ever conference, held in New Orleans in September.


CT Online’s most-read articles posted in 2014:


1. 2014 ACA Code of Ethics approved by Governing Council (Online Exclusive, posted in March)


2. Addressing clients’ prejudices in counseling (Knowledge Share, posted in January)


3. A living document of ethical guidance (Cover Story, posted in May)


4. The toll of childhood trauma (Cover Story, posted in June)


5. EMDR for the co-occurring population (Magazine Feature, posted in May)


6. Counseling goes to the movies (Online Exclusive, posted in December)


7. The inner life of the counselor (Knowledge Share, posted in April)


8. Sex offender therapy: A battle on multiple fronts (Magazine Opinion, posted in March)


9. Connecting with clients (Cover Story, posted in August)


10. ACA’s first counselor compensation study reports varied pay, good benefits (Online Exclusive, posted in September)


11. Quieting the inner critic (Cover Story, posted in January)


12. America’s mental health disparities (Online Exclusive, posted in December)


13. CACREP degree to be required for counselor licensure in Ohio (Online Exclusive, posted in May)


14. The toughest kinds of groups (Knowledge Share, posted in February)


15. The dance between codependents and narcissists (Online Exclusive, posted in March)





What was your favorite posting of 2014? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.




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