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  1. Drefs, M. A., Schroeder, M., Hiebert, B., Panayotidis, E. L., Kerr, J., & Winters, K. (2015). Canadian innovation: A brief history of Canada’s first online school psychology graduate program. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 30(4), 1-16.
  2. Hiebert, B., Domene, J. F., & Buchanan, M. (2011). The Power of Multiple Methods and Evidence Sources: Raising the Profile of Canadian Counselling Psychology Research. Canadian Psychology, 52, 265-275.
  3. Hiebert, B. (2011). Who will step forward? The need for multijurisdictional leadership for increased accountability. Career Developments, 2(1), 1-5.
  4. Hiebert, B. (2011). Comprehensive Guidance and Counseling in the Schools: Career-life Planning For All. Portuguese Association for Career Development, Minho, Portugal. Available at: http://homepages.ucalgary.ca/~hiebert/research/files/Hiebert-Portugal-2010-Paper.pdf. Also available in QuickTime at: http://gallery.me.com/bryanhiebert/100000
  5. Hiebert, B. (2009). Raising the Profile of Career Guidance: Educational and Vocational Guidance Practitioner (EVGP). International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 9, 3-14.
  6. Hiebert, B. (2008). International competencies for educational and vocational guidance practitioners: Implications for professional practice. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, 8, 176-181.
  7. Conger, S., & Hiebert, B. (2007). Employment and Educational Equivalence Outcomes as Measures of Employment and Career Counselling. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 41, 186-193.
  8. Baudoin, R., Bezanson, M. L., Borgen, W., Goyer, L., Hiebert, B., Lalande , V., Magnusson, K., Michaud, G., Renald, C., & Turcotte, M. (2007). Demonstrating value: A draft framework for evaluating the effectiveness of career development interventions. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 41, 146-157.
  9. Borgen, W. A., & Hiebert, B. (2006). Youth counselling and career guidance: What adolescents and young adults are telling us. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 28, 389-400.
  10. Hiebert, B. (2006). A contemporary look at stress and burnout: Clarifying the nuances. The Alberta Counsellor, 29(1), 19-27.
  11. Hiebert, B. (2006). Creating a resilient workplace. In R. Neault, N. Arthur, L. Edwards (Eds.). Natcon Papers 2006. Ottawa, ON: Canada Career Consortium. Available at: http://www.natcon.org/natcon/papers/natcon_papers_2006_e8.pdf.
  12. Lalande, V., Hiebert, B., Magnusson, K., Bezanson, L., & Borgen, B. (2006). Measuring the Impact of Career Services: Current and Desired Practices. In R. Neault, N. Arthur, L. Edwards (Eds.). Natcon Papers 2006. Ottawa, ON: Canada Career Consortium. Available at: http://www.natcon.org/natcon/papers/natcon_papers_2006_e5.pdf.
  13. Man-Nor Hoi, M., & Hiebert, B. (2005). Career development of first-year university students: A test of Astin’s career development model. Canadian Journal of Career Development, 4(2), 23-31.
  14. Lalande, V., Hiebert, B., Magnusson, K., Roubina, K., & Indermaur, K. (2005). Working Connections Pilot Project: A look at the career development sector in Alberta. In J. Milne (Ed.), Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the eleventh annual Alberta Regional Consultation for Career Development (pp. xx-yy), Edmonton, AB: The Career Shop, Alberta Human Resources and Employment.
  15. Repetto Talavera, E., Malik Liévano, B., Manzano Soto, N., Ferrer-Sama, P., Hiebert, B. (2004). Competências internacionais para orientadores educacionais e vocacionais. Orientação Profissional, 5, 1-14.
  16. Lupart, J., Grigg, N., Chmiliar, L., & Hiebert, B. (2004). Campus Alberta: Inclusive/Special Education Initiative. Exceptionality Education Canada, 14(2 & 3), 9-24.
  17. Lupart, J., Grigg, N., Chmiliar, L., & Hiebert, B. (2004). An inclusive/special education initiative for professional development. In G. Germain, C. Mills, N. Marchand, & M. Rogers (Eds.). WestCast 2004: Re-framing teacher education: The changing landscape (pp. 33-48). Edmonton, AB: Faculté Saing-Jean, University of Alberta.
  18. Hiebert, B. (2003). Assessing Student Needs: Implications for Comprehensive School Programming. The Alberta Counsellor, 28(1), 17-26.
  19. Hiebert, B. (2002). Relaxation in the classroom: A win-win life skill. Guidance & Counselling, 17, 73-80.Hiebert, B. (2002). Listening to students: Empowering life direction. The Alberta Counsellor, 27(2), 27-31.
  20. Ernst, K., & Hiebert, B. (2002). Toward the development of a program evaluation business model: Promoting the longevity of counselling in schools. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 36, 73-84.
  21. Collins, S., & Hiebert, B. (2002). Developing a Competency Framework for Career Counsellor Training. In H. Suzin (Ed.). Natcon Papers 2002. Toronto, ON: Career Centre, University of Toronto. Available at: http://www.contactpoint.ca/resources/natcon-conat/2002/foreword.shtml.
  22. Hiebert, B. (2002). Into the Field: The Canadian Standards Applied. In H. Suzin (Ed.). Natcon Papers 2002. Toronto, ON: Career Centre, University of Toronto. Available at: http://www.contactpoint.ca/resources/natcon-conat/2002/foreword.shtml.
  23. Hiebert, B., Bezanson, L., Hopkins, S. Redekopp, D., Williams, S., Collins, E., Klamn, R., Kotylak, J., Overland, M., Roper, S., Stechynsky, A., & Willis, L. (2002). Alberta Symposium on Career Development and Public Policy: Increasing dialogue between key stakeholders. In N. Arthur (Ed.). Proceedings of Building Tomorrow Today: The Alberta Regional Consultation on Career Development (pp. 17-28). Edmonton, AB: The Career Shop.
  24. Andrews, J. W., & Hiebert B. (2001). State of the art of school psychology in Alberta: A reply to Janzen and Carter. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 17, 109-113.
  25. Hiebert, B., MacCallum, B., Bezanson, L., Johnston, G., Stewart, J., Cawley, M., de Schiffart, C., Ward, V., Mason, V., & Galarneau, N. (2001). Canadian standards for career development practitioners: Focus on implementation. In H. Suzin (Ed.). Natcon Papers 2001. Toronto, ON: Career Centre, University of Toronto. Available at: http://www.contactpoint.ca/html/natcon-conat.html.
  26. Collins, S., Hiebert, B., Magnusson, K, & Bernes, K. (2001). Campus Alberta: A collaborative, multi-university counsellor training initiative. In H. Suzin (Ed.). Natcon Papers 2001. Toronto, ON: Career Centre, University of Toronto. Available at: http://www.contactpoint.ca/html/natcon-conat.html.
  27. Hiebert, B., Collins, S., & Robinson, J. (2001). Needs assessment for program planning and program development: A brief review. The Alberta Counsellor, 26(1), 11-19.
  28. Bezanson, L., & Hiebert, B. (2000). Fourteen Countries Collaborate on Career Development and Public Policy. In H. Suzin (Ed.). Natcon Papers 2000. Toronto, ON: Career Centre, University of Toronto. Available at: http://www.contactpoint.ca/html/natcon-conat.html.
  29. Hiebert, B. (2000). Practitioner competencies: Changing roles in the new millennium. In B. Jenschke, (Ed.). Guidance for education, career and employment: New challenges. Proceedings from the International Congress of the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Berlin, Germany, August, 2000. http://www.arbeitsamt.de/laa_bb/international/Kongress1.html.
  30. Repetto, E., Malik. B., & Hiebert, B. (2000). International qualification standards for educational and vocational guidance practitioners. In B. Jenschke, (Ed.). Guidance for education, career and employment: New challenges. Proceedings from the International Congress of the International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Berlin, Germany, August, 2000. http://www.arbeitsamt.de/laa_bb/international/Kongress1.html.
  31. Hiebert, B. (2000). Canadian standards for career development: Fostering the career development profession. Revista Española de Orientación y Psicopedagogía, 11(19), 1-17.
  32. Hiebert, B. (2000). Professionalizing career development: Canadian standards and guidelines for career development practitioners. In B. Hiebert (Ed.), Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the sixth annual Alberta regional consultation for career development (pp. 26-40, Edmonton, AB: The Career Shop, Alberta Human Resources and Employment.
  33. Turcotte , M., Hiebert, B., & Francis, D. (2000). The Counsellor Resource Centre: International Internet Resources for Career Development professionals. In B. Jenschke (Ed.). Guidance for education, career and employment: New challenges (pp. 111-118). Berlin: Bundesanstalt für Arbeit.
  34. Baydala, A. M., Hiebert, B., & Malec, C. A. (2000). Lifestyle interventions: Reasons for therapeutic outcome. Canadian Journal of Counseling, 34, 75-84.
  35. Hiebert, B. (2000). Extending our reach: Maximizing effectiveness through partnerships and collaborations. In Creating Links: International Career conference 2000. Perth, Australia: Curriculum Council of Western Australia.
  36. Hiebert, B. Ravery, V., Edwards, L, & Archer, J. (2000). Linking career development initiatives in Canada. In Creating Links: International Career conference 2000. Perth, Australia: Curriculum Council of Western Australia.
  37. Hiebert, B. (2000). Self-Directed Treatment for Test Anxiety: Sometimes A Little Is Enough. Guidance and Counselling,15(4), 2-5.
  38. Turcotte, M., & Hiebert, B. (1999). The Counsellor Resource Centre: An On-line Resource for Career Development Specialists in Canada. Journal of Employment Counseling,36, 146-155.
  39. Collins, S., & Hiebert, B. (1999). The need for comprehensive health and guidance initiatives in Alberta high schools. The Alberta Counsellor, 25(1), 8-13.
  40. 3Turcotte, M., & Hiebert, B. (1999). The Counsellor Resource Centre: An On-line Resource for Career Development Specialists in Canada.Journal of Employment Counseling,36, 146-155.
  41. Hiebert, B., MacCallum, B., Galarneau, N., Bezanson, L., Cawley, M., Crozier, C., DeSchiffart, C., Johnston, G., Mason, V., Stewart, J., & Ward, V. (1999). Fostering a profession: Canadian standards and guidelines for career development. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon Papers 1999 (pp. 145-153). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Career Centre.
  42. Hiebert, B., Crozier, C., & Collins, E. (1999). Developing a profession: Where are we going? In D. Welch, B. Hiebert, & J. Kotylak (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Fourth Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 79-92). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  43. Hiebert, B., Kemeny, K., & Kurchak, W. (1998). Guidance-Related Needs of Junior High School Students. Guidance and Counselling,14(1), 3-9.
  44. Hiebert, B., Uhlemann, M. R., Marshall, A., & Lee, D. Y. (1998). The relationship between self-talk, anxiety, and counseling skill. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 32, 163-171.
  45. Hiebert, B., MacCallum, B. Ball, F., Bezanson, L., Cahill, M., Collins, E., Courchene, M., Desjardins, E., Donald, G., Galarneau, N., Tumber, C., Ward, V. (1998). National Career Development Guidelines and Standards: Results of the National Consultation. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon Papers 1998 (pp. 215-228). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Guidance Centre.
  46. Reeh, E., Hiebert, B., & Cairns, K. (1998). Adolescent health: The relationships between health locus of control, beliefs, and behaviors. Guidance and Counselling, 13(3), 23-29.
  47. Hiebert, B. (1998). Alberta Career development Action Group: An historical overview. In D. Welch, B. Hiebert, & J. Kotylak (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Fourth Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 3-10). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  48. Hiebert, B., & Collins, E. (1998). National Standards and Guidelines for Career Development: Contributing To The Growth Of A Profession. In D. Welch, B. Hiebert, & J. Kotylak (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Fourth Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 88-103). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  49. Hiebert, B., & Trucotte, M. (1998). Counsellor resource centre: Web-based counsellor self-care. In D. Welch, B. Hiebert, & J. Kotylak (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Fourth Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 136-138). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  50. Ernst, K., & Hiebert, B. (1998). Tracking needs, process, & outcome: An integrated assessment system. In D. Welch, B. Hiebert, & J. Kotylak (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Fourth Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 149-161). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  51. Wiesenberg, F., Arthur, N., Hiebert, B., & Crozier, S. (1998). Emerging Concepts in Career Development. In D. Welch, B. Hiebert, & J. Kotylak (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Fourth Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 39-44). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  52. Hiebert, B., & Conger, S. (1997). A look at the present-A step to the future: An analysis of career and employment counselling in Canada. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 19(2), 119-130.
  53. Hiebert, B., Collins, E., Ward, V., & Bezanson, L. (1997). National Standards for Career Development: An Emerging Strategy. In J. Kotylak & D. Welch (Eds.). Building Tomorrow Today: Proceedings from the Third Annual Consultation for Career Development in Alberta (pp. 33-49). Edmonton, AB: Alberta Career Development Action Group.
  54. Malec, C., & Hiebert, B. (1997). Exercise and stress: Two benefits for the price of one. WellSpring, 8(2), 7.
  55. Hiebert, B., & Conger, S. (1997). A look at the present-A step to the future: An analysis of career and employment counselling in Canada. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 19(2), 119-130.
  56. Hiebert, B. (1997). Integrating evaluation into counselling practice: Accountability and evaluation intertwined. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 31, 112-126.
  57. Hiebert, B. (1997). Integrating evaluation: A parting thought. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 31, 141-144.
  58. Baty, J., Hiebert, B., Peruniak, G., & Welch, D. (1997). Athabasca University certificate in career development: Innovative collaboration. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon Papers 1997 (pp. 1-12). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Guidance Centre.
  59. Redekopp, D., Mackenzie, D., Welch, D., & Hiebert, B. (1997). LearnScape: Comprehensive professional development software. . In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon Papers 1997 (pp. 251-256). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Guidance Centre.
  60. Hiebert, B. (1996). Counselling programs: Focusing on service delivery. The Alberta Counsellor, 22(2), 13-15.
  61. Hiebert, B. (1996). Everyday career development: Making careers an everyday part of student experience. The Alberta Counsellor, 22(2), 3-5.
  62. Hiebert, B. (1996). Using Informal Methods To Assess Client Change. Guidance and Counselling, 11(4), 3-12.
  63. Shiell, B., Hiebert, B., & Bezanson, L. (1996). Leadership in career development: An emerging national strategy. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon Papers 1996 (pp. 193-205). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Guidance Centre.
  64. Hiebert, B., & Riddle, D. (1996). Demonstrating value: An evaluation workbook to increase accountability. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon 22 (pp. 121-127). Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Guidance Centre.
  65. Arthur, N., & Hiebert, B. (1996). Coping with the transition to post-secondary education. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 30, 93-103.
  66. Hiebert, B., & Millar, G. (1995). Marketing school guidance and counselling: Unexplored territory. The Alberta Counsellor, 21(2), 12-14.
  67. Kellett , R., Hiebert, B. & Bezanson, L. (1995). National impetus in career counselling. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon 21 (pp. 307-312). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  68. Hiebert, B. (1995). Evaluating career counselling: Proactive accountability. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon 21 (pp. 297-305). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  69. Collins, S., & Hiebert, B. (1995). Coping with the future: Challenging traditional beliefs about what adolescents need. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon 21 (pp. 91-99). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  70. Conger, S., Hiebert, B., & Hong-Fallell, E. (1995). An overview of career and employment counselling sevices in Canada. Guidance & Counselling, 10(2), 3-18.
  71. Cairns, K., Collins, S., & Hiebert, B. (1994). Gender differences in adolescent self-perceived needs for sexuality education. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 3, 245-251.
  72. Hiebert, B., & Ward, V. (1994). Continuing Education for Career Development Practitioners: Innovations In Partnership. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon-20 (238-245). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  73. French, F., Hiebert, B., & Bezanson, L. (Guest Eds.). (1994). Issues and solutions for evaluating career development. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 28, 261-269.
  74. Hiebert, B. (1994). A framework for quality control, accountability, and evaluation: Being clear about the legitimate outcomes of career counseling. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 28, 334-345.
  75. Hiebert, B., & Bezanson, L., Conger, S., & Hong-Farrell, E. (1994). Career and employment counselling in Canada: Current situation and future directions. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon-20 (pp. 216-226). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  76. Hiebert, B., Collins, S, & Cairns, K. V. (1994). What do adolescents need: adult versus student perceptions. In M. Van Norman (Ed.) Natcon-20 (199-207). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  77. Hiebert, B., & Collins, S. (1994). Teacher, Parent, and Students Perceptions of Adolescent Health-Related Needs. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 377410) (199-207). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  78. Arthur, N., Hiebert, B., & Waters, J. (1994). Age Influences on the Demands and Coping Strategies of Post-Secondary Students. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. HE 027557).
  79. Hiebert, B. (1994). Stress control in career counselling: A focus on skill training. Educational and Vocational Guidance Bulletin: , 55, 21-30.
  80. Hiebert, B., & Arthur, N. (1994). Investigating Gender Influences in Coping. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 373848.
  81. Hiebert, B., & Johnson, P. (1994). Changes in Counselling Skills and Cognitive Structures of Counsellor Trainees. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 375335.
  82. Waters, J., & Hiebert, B. (1993, Winter). Coping with academic demands: Adolescents in transition. Applying Research to the Classroom, 11(1), 25-29.
  83. Arthur, N., & Hiebert, B. (1993). Use of campus resources to cope with transition demands. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon-19 (pp. 1-11). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  84. Hiebert, B., & Ward, V. (1993). New Developments in Counsellor Training: Initiatives arising from CAMCRY. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon-19 (pp. 157-165). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  85. Hiebert, B. (1993). Career Education: A Time For Infusion. Guidance and Counselling, 8(3), 5-10.
  86. Hiebert, B., & Balshaw, B. (1993). Teleconferencing: A viable stress management delivery mode. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 27, 93-103.
  87. Arthur, N., & Hiebert, B. (1992). Investigating the stress and coping strategies of post-secondary students. Proceedings of the 10th international conference of the International Council for Innovation in Higher Education (pp. 1-11). Toronto, ON: International Council for Innovation in Higher Education.
  88. Hiebert, B. (1992). Creation and Mobilization of Counselling Resources for Youth: An innovation in collaborative program development. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 26, 215-221.
  89. Hiebert, B., & Huston, M. (1992, Spring).Adolescent perceptions: What stresses kids and how they cope. Applying Research to the Classroom, 10(2), 2-7.
  90. Hiebert, B., Simpson, E., H., & Uhlemann, M., R. (1992). Professional Identify and Counsellor Education. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 26, 201-209.
  91. Hiebert, B., Jarvis, P. S., Bezanson, L., Ward, V., & Hearn, J. (1992). CAMCRY: Meeting The Needs of Canadian Youth. In M. Van Norman (Ed.). Natcon-18 (pp. 33-39). Toronto, ON: OISE Press.
  92. Hiebert, B. (1992). CAMCRY: Innovations in Career Counselling. Guidance and Counselling, 7(3), 6-16.
  93. Hiebert, B. (1991, Fall). Helping adolescents: A case for CALM. Applying Research to the Classroom. 9(2). 1-5.
  94. Comeau, N., & Hiebert, B. (1991). Conceptualizations of Assertiveness Trainees. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 25, 56-72.
  95. Allan, S., & Hiebert, B. (1991). Stress And Coping In Adolescents. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 25, 19-32.
  96. Hiebert, B. (1991). Counsellor Education for Career Counsellors: Expanding the Boundaries. In M. Monette, S. Rapagna, & W. Talley (Eds.). Counselling for a global economy: Proceedings of the World Congress of the International Association for Educational And Vocational Guidance (pp. 79-88).Montréal: Department of Educational Psychology and Counselling, McGill University.
  97. Cummings, A. L., Hallberg, E. T., Martin, J., Slemon, A., & Hiebert, B. (1990). Implications of counselor conceptualizations for counselor education. Counselor Education and Supervision., 30, 120-134.
  98. Hiebert, B., Magnusson, K., & Vesely, M. (1990). The effects of "Moving on..." on the career maturity of grade 8 & 11 students. In M. Van Norman (Ed.) Natcon-16 (pp. 70-79). Toronto, ON: IOSE Press.
  99. Morris, S. M., Hiebert, B., Schell, D. M., & Manley-Casimir, M. E. (1990). The effects of participation in a Canadian peace education project on student anxiety and sense of personal control. Peace & Change: A Journal of Peace Research, 15, 292-311.
  100. Martin, J., Slemon, A., Hiebert, B., Hallberg, E. T., & Cummings, A. L. (1989). Conceptualizations of novice and experienced counselors. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 36, 395-400.
  101. Chang, J., & Hiebert, B. (1989). Relaxation procedures with children: A review. International Journal of Medical Psychotherapy, 2, 163-176.
  102. Hiebert, B., Kirby, B., & Jeknavorian, A. (1989). School-based relaxation: Attempting primary prevention. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 23, 273-287.
  103. Hiebert, B. (1989). Meeting the accountability challenge. In B. O'Byrne, (Ed.). Natcon 15 (pp. 239-255). Toronto, ON: Ontario College Counsellor's Association.
  104. Hiebert, B., & Noort, D. (1988). Changes in the conceptualizations and skills of counseling practicum students. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 296267).
  105. Hiebert, B., & Mendaglio, S. (1988). A transactional look at school principal stress. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 296268).
  106. Hiebert, B. (1988). Controlling stress: A conceptual update. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 22, 226-241. (This paper received the "Best Professional Article Award" for the 2 year period 1987-1988.)
  107. Uhlemann, M., Lee, D. Y., & Hiebert, B. (1988). Self-talk of counsellor trainees: A preliminary report. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 22, 73-79.
  108. Hiebert, B., & Malcolm, D. (1988). Cognitive strategies for mentally handicapped clients. In B. O'Byrne, (Ed.). Natcon-14 (pp. 289-298). Toronto, On: Ontario College Counsellor's Association. (Reprinted in Resources In Education, June 1989, ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. Ed 302800.)
  109. Hiebert, B. (1988). Modeling: An important aspect of counsellor education. Guidance and Counselling, 3(5), 28-37.
  110. Greene, Y, & Hiebert, B. (1988). A comparison of mindfulness meditation and cognitive self-observation. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 22, 25-34.
  111. Hiebert, B. (1987). Exploring changes in cognitive structure of counselling practicum students. Alberta Psychology, 16(2), 3-7
  112. Hiebert, B. (1987). Refining understandings about stressors, stress, and coping. The Canadian School Executive, 6(10), 12-17.
  113. Ragan, S. L., & Hiebert, B. (1987). Kiddie QR (Quieting Reflex): Field testing a relaxation program for young children. The School Counselor, 34, 273-281
  114. Malcolm, D., & Hiebert, B. (1986). Cognitive Stress-Inoculation training for anger outbursts with a 30 year old mentally retarded residential patient: A case study. British Columbia Journal of Special Education, 10, 139-146.
  115. Hiebert, B. (1986). Sorting out stress control. Guidance and Counselling, 2(2), 42-49.
  116. Hiebert, B., & Basserman, D. (1986). Coping with job demands and avoiding stress: A gram of prevention. Canadian Administrator, 26(1), 1-6.
  117. Hiebert, B. (1986). Stress and teacher education. Teacher Education, 28, 58-70.
  118. Hiebert, B. (1986). Teacher stress: New realities about old myths. Orbit, 17(2), 9-11. Reprinted in (1987). The B. C. Teacher, 67(1), 40-42.
  119. Hiebert, B. (1985). Operationalizing vocational counselling. Natcon-11 (pp. 225-241). Ottawa: Canada Employment and Immigration Commission, 225-242.
  120. Jean, P. Jr., & Hiebert, B. (1985). Evaluating counsellor competencies. Natcon-10 (pp. 241-251). Ottawa: Canada Employment and Immigration Commission, 241-252.
  121. Ivany, B., & Hiebert, B. (1985). District counselling services: Evaluating The Guide. The B. C. Counsellor, 7, 14-25.
  122. Hiebert, B., & Eby, W. (1985). The effects of relaxation training for grade 12 students. The School Counselor, 32, 205-210.
  123. Hiebert, B., & Farber, I. (1984). Some surprises about teacher stress. The ATA Magazine, 65(1), 16-19.
  124. Petersen, E., & Hiebert, B. (1984). Reactive modality training: A therapeutic alternative. American Journal of Clinical Biofeedback, 7, 125-136.
  125. Hiebert, B. (1984). Counsellor effectiveness: An instructional approach. Personnel and Guidance Journal, 62, 597-601.
  126. Armstrong, R. B., Young, R. A., & Hiebert, B. (1984). A district policy for counselling services: A process guide. Canadian Counsellor, 18, 117-122.
  127. Hiebert, B., & Farber I. (1984). Teacher stress: A literature review with a few surprises. Canadian Journal of Education, 9, 14-27.
  128. Hiebert, B., Cardinal, J., & Dumka, L. (1983). Self-monitored indices of relaxation. Canadian Counsellor, 18, 47-48.
  129. Hiebert, B., Cardinal, J., Dumka, L., & Marx, R. W. (1983). Self-instructed and therapist-instructed relaxation: A comparison. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 8, 601-617.
  130. Hiebert, B. (1983). A framework for planning stress control interventions. Canadian Counsellor, 17, 51 - 61. (This paper received the "Best Professional Article Award" for the 2 year period 1983 - 1984.)
  131. Hiebert, B., Wong, B., & Hunter, M. (1982). Affective influences on learning disabled adolescents. Learning Disability Quarterly, 5, 334- 43.
  132. Hiebert, B. (1982). Preparing vocational counsellors. In Natcon-2 (pp. 117-126). Ottawa: Canada Employment and Immigration Commission.
  133. Hiebert, B. A., & Carlyle, S. A (1982). A time-paying program for disruptive classes. The School Guidance Worker, 27(3), 31-34.
  134. Hiebert, B. A. (1981). Demographic variables in frontal EMG biofeedback training. American Journal Of Clinical Biofeedback, 4, 131-136.
  135. Hiebert, B. A., & Fitzsimmons, G. W. (1981). A comparison of EMG biofeedback and alternative anxiety treatment programs. Biofeedback And Self-Regulation, 6, 501-516.
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