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Counseling and psychology resources
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Psychology & Counseling Resources in Waggoner Library

Welcome to Waggoner Library’s Guide to Counseling Resources

Waggoner Library has a strong collection of counseling & psychology resources. Our resources are accessible in several formats - print books and eBooks; specialized databases accessing scholarly journals and reference sources in print and online as well as reliable Internet sites. 

Use this guide to:
  • Find specialized counseling & psychology reference sources
  • Find books, in print and eBooks
  • Find peer reviewed journal articles
  • Find reliable, relevant Internet resources
  • Citation tools - Using Flow and APA

Explore the tabs above, and please ask for help whenever you need it.

Reference Books

Some reference books are part of online collections such as Gale Virtual Reference. The OPAC has links to online resources as well as call numbers for print resources.  Some print reference titles that may be helpful include:

APA dictionary of psychology  
Ref. BF 31 .V295
Dictionary of pastoral care & counseling
Ref. BV 4011.3 .D43
Encyclopedia of psychology & counseling Ref. BF 31 .B25 
Dictionary of counseling Ref. BF 637.C6 B444
Encyclopedia of applied psychology  
Ref. BF 636 .E52
Encyclopedia of psychology   
Ref. BF 31 .E5
Fifty key thinkers in psychology Ref. BF 109 .A1 S49
Pioneers in counseling & development   
Ref. BF 637.C6 P55


    Accessing Waggoner Resources from Off Campus

    If you are off campus and are accessing library databases or other proprietary rsources, you will be prompted to authenticate your Trevecca status by entering your name and library barcode number.  Once those have been sucessfully entered, the proprietary resources will open and function as if you were on campus. The diagram above shows the sequence for the barcode numbers. Check out the short video tutorial linked below if you still have questions.

    Authenticating from Off Campus (1 min 37sec)

    What if you don't have an ID? Contact either your course program office or the library for help with this.


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