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Counselor Education and Supervision

Resources to support Counseling education.


This guide will help you to find resources related to counseling education. Below you will find a list of relevant databases, guides, and information on how to locate books at the Gumberg Library.

Selected Databases

This list provides some of the most commonly used databases for counseling education. For more options, see the Education Databases to view the full list.

Related Gumberg Research Guides


Finding Books and eBooks

Books are great ways to quickly get at lots or information about a particular topic. To find what books, both print and electronic are owned by Gumberg Library you would search the DUQSearch online catalog. (FYI, an "online catalog" is a database that tells you all the items that are owned by or accessible through a particular library.)  The DUQSearch search box is available on the Gumberg Library homepage.

To find a print book on the library shelves, you need the book's unique call number, which you will find on the book's DUQSearch catalog record. If you are not sure how to locate a book with a particular call number in the library book collection, you can stop at the front desk and ask for assistance.

The links below will take you to webpages that describe how to use DUQSearch to find books and give examples of types of searches you might do.

How to search DUQSearch

Find Books in Any Discipline

While the Gumberg Library still buys traditional printed books, the majority of books Gumberg Library now purchases are eBooks. eBooks have two great advantages over printed books. You can access eBooks through the Internet by entering your  Multipass username and password, and most eBooks can be used by more than one person at a time,

You can find eBooks in the DUQSearch online catalog using the same search techniques you use for finding printed books.

For more information on finding ebooks, visit the links below:

eBooks: How to Find Them

Find Books in Any Discipline