CAS053 - Creativity in Counselor Education w/ Dr. Geoffrey G. Yager - Airdate 1/4/2007

Associate Editor:

Dr. Theresa O'Halloran has been a counselor since 1989 and a counselor educator since 1997. Dr. O'Halloran's work as a counselor focuses on treatment of addictions, trauma, depression, anxiety, and communication skills with adolescent and adult individuals, couples and families. Her research and writing focuses on issues in counselor training, multiculturalism, and career development.


Geoffrey G. Yager is a Professor in the Counseling Program at the University of Cincinnati.  He is a Professional Clinical Counselor and a Counseling Psychologist. He is a 1973 Counseling graduate of Michigan State University. In addition to his present position, he has taught at Michigan State, the University of North Dakota, and Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. His primary areas of research interest have been counselor training, counseling supervision, self-disclosure, videotaped training of counseling, and values in counseling. Throughout his career, he has been actively involved in the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), the American Counseling Association, and the American Educational Research Association. He has served as President, Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society for Counseling; Secretary, ACES; President, North Central ACES; and President, Ohio ACES. He has incorporated the use of “counseling-related stories” in his practicum classes for more than 15 years.


Yager, G. G. (2003). The disappointments and rewards. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 17(3), pp. 2, 5, 10.

Yager, G. G. (2003). Counseling:  Art or Science? Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 18 (1), pp. 2, 13.

Yager, G. G (2004). Training and Supervision. Chapter in R. Conyne and E. Cook (Eds.), Ecological Counseling (pp. 171-193). Alexandria, VA:  American Counseling Association Press. 

Yager, G. G.  The wizard’s secret and other stories: Reflections on the counseling relationship.  Unpublished manuscript, University of Cincinnati. (A 350 page manuscript)


Music used in this podcast:

Jaime Beauchamp - "Memorial Day" obtained from the Podsafe Music Network - Link to music

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 License.