A Mindfulness Experiential Small Group to Help Students Tolerate Ambiguity
This study explored the lived experiences of 20 counselors-in-training (CITs) in a mindfulness experiential small group. Using grounded theory, the authors described a 5-dimensional model for navigating ambiguity. Findings suggest mindfulness training provides CITs self-reflection skills and a greater ability to manage cognitive complexity. © 2016 by the American Counseling Association. All rights reserved.
Bohecker, Lynn; Vereen, L. G.; Wells, P. C.; and Wathen, C. C., "A Mindfulness Experiential Small Group to Help Students Tolerate Ambiguity" (2016). Educator Scholarship. 2.