This article provides an evaluation of Steen et al.’s (2023) systematic review of group counseling interventions with Black male students. The article highlights strengths of the review including the effort to center the specific and unique needs of Black male students, the avoidance of comparative frameworks, and the use of critical race theory as an organizing principle so researchers do not problematize Black boys, the social and cultural heterogeneity of Black boys. Recommendations for future research include the consideration of students’ intersectional identities and studies that exhibit more methodological rigor.
Day-Vines, N. L. (2023). An Analysis of the Reconceptualizing the Achieving Success Everyday Group Counseling Model. Journal of School-Based Counseling Policy and Evaluation, 5(1), 29-32. https://doi.org/10.25774/xrch-xf46