Samuel T. Gladding, PhD, professor of counseling, Wake Forest University
"Dr. Rosenthal’s Encyclopedia of Counseling is an invaluable and comprehensive tool in preparing for all required counseling exams. Covering all eight areas of counselor competency, it is the only review tool one needs not only to pass the exam, but also to assure oneself that one has achieved a strong foundation on which to build one’s practice."
Kristy Cobillas, MEd, LPC, NCC, counselor, Agape Christian Counseling Services, St. Louis, Missouri
"Dr. Howard Rosenthal provides readers with the sole resource that is needed to successfully complete their licensure exams. The Encyclopedia of Counseling is written in a conversational tone that illuminates the myriad counseling concepts that will be encountered during the examination process by providing past exam questions, answers, and explanations. In my ten years of recommending this book, I have not had a single student or supervisee fail that has utilized it as suggested."
Rachelle D. Smith, PhD, LPC, Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Washington University in St. Louis
"Howard Rosenthal has done it again! Another book that is enjoyable to read and right on target for the readers wanting to prepare for exams, with complete explanations of questions and answer choices. His comfortable style is perfect for those with test anxiety and includes an excellent review of information for those who have been out of school for a while."
Deanna Kinder, LPC, NCC, executive director, American Counseling Association of Missouri