Counseling Services, School Counseling
This session will explore the ways that attachment relationships influence emerging adulthood, the developmental stage experienced by individuals between the ages of 18-29. Findings will be presented from two research studies concerning attachment in emerging adulthood. Implications discussed will include adherence to CACREP standards, best practices for counselor educators who teach from a developmental framework, and best practices for supervisors working with emerging adult supervisees.
Schnyders, Christina M. and Lane, Joel A., "Attachment Relationships in Emerging Adulthood: Implications for Counselor Education and Supervision" (2013). Counselor Education Faculty Publications and Presentations. 30.