Norton, A. (2023). Using VR to enhance your therapy practice. The Advocate Magazine, 46(2), 14-18.
[Featured in] Ovalle, D. & Nirappil, F. (2023, July 31). Marijuana addiction is real. Those struggling often face skepticism. Washington Post.
Norton, A. (2022, Winter). Clinical update: Client requests for emotional support animal letters. The Advocate Magazine, 45(3), 8-10.
Norton, A. (2022, September 29). What's new with DSM-5-TR? Counseling Today, Online Exclusives.
[Featured in] Karlis, N. (2022, August 11). Yes, marijuana can be addictive — but it's not like other addictive drugs. Here's why. Salon.
Norton, A.L., Chen, A.Z., & Tan, T.X. (2022). Firearms in clients' homes: Role of clinical mental health counselors' political beliefs and treatment objectives. Psychotherapy and Politics International, 20(3), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.24135/ppi.v20i3.04
Norton, A. (2022, Winter). The "No Surprises Act": What counselors need to know. The Advocate Magazine, 45(1).
[Featured in] Rodriguez, N. (2022, April). Dr. Aaron Norton: Preserving with passion and purpose. InSession, 43-46.
[Featured in] Bray, B. (2022, April). The impact of legalized marijuana on professional counseling. Counseling Today, 64(10), 28-34.
Norton, A., Hoffman, N.E., & Watt, V. (2021, December). The counselor's guide to addressing medical marijuana cards for mental health disorders in SUD treatment settings. Counselor, 34-45. https://www.counselormagazine....
Norton, A. (2021, Spring). Case study: A comparison of clinical mental health degree programs. The Advocate Magazine, 44(2).
Norton, A.L. (2021). Political ideologies, political party affiliation, and treatment decisions of clinical mental health counselors (Publication No. 28411261) [Doctoral dissertation, University of South Florida]. ProQuest Dissertation and Theses database.
Norton, A. (2021, Winter). Counseling during a pandemic. The Advocate Magazine, 44(1), 10-12.
Norton, A. (2020, Fall). Therapy after the election: Helping Clients--and Ourselves--Deal with Unwanted Results. The Advocate Magazine, 43(4), 12-15.
Hoffman, N., Essien, E., & Norton, A. (2020, Summer). Police violence, racial injustice, and police burnout after Floyd's Death. The Advocate Magazine, 43(3), 18-22.
Norton, A. (2020, Winter-Spring). COVID-19 Precautions for CMHCs. The Advocate Magazine, 43(1-2), 24-26.
Norton, A. (2020, Winter-Spring). AMHCA goes international. The Advocate Magazine, 43(1-2), 7-8.
Davis, E.S., Norton, A, & Chapman, R. (2020). Counselors’-in-training perceptions of using music theoretical conceptualization training. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. Advanced online publication. https://doi: 10.1016/j.jesp.2014.03.014
[Featured in] Rollins, J. (2019, September). Maintaining motivation as a counselor. Counseling Today, 62(3), 36-39.
Davis, E. S. & Norton, A. & Chapman, R. (2019). Using Music for Case Conceptualization: Looking through an Adlerian lens. The Journal of Individual Psychology 75(2), 156-170. doi: 10.1353/jip.2019.0013
Norton, A. (2019, Winter). Three reasons to add forensic evaluations to your practice. The Advocate Magazine, 42(1), 10-11.
Norton, A.L., & Tan, T.X. (2019). The relationship between licensed mental health Counselors’ political ideology and counseling theory preference. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 89(1), 86-94. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/ort0...
Norton, A. (2018, Fall). Regulations related to responding to client requests for emotional support animals—four facts. The Advocate Magazine, 41(3), 22-26.
Norton, A. (2018, June). An examination of theories related to decision-making processes and political ideologies of mental health counselors. Manuscript submitted for qualifying examination, University of South Florida, Counselor Education and Supervision.
Norton, A. (2018, February). The mental health counselor’s (long) journey to professional equality. The Advocate Magazine, 41(2), 10-11.
Tan, T.X., Smith, L.S., & Norton, A.L. (2017). Adoption of Black children by White parents in heterosexual and homosexual relationships: Exploring mental health trainees’ explicit and implicit attitudes. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services, 29(3), 233-251. doi: 10.1080/10538720.2017.1320256
[Featured in] Koff, R. (2013, September 22). John Morgan says 'nobody's addicted to marijuana.' Politifact/Tampa Bay Times.
Norton, A. (2013, June 2). Reflections on DSM-5: Strengths and controversies. In Thought.
Norton, A. (2012, December 16). Conservatives, liberals, and libertarians: How we reason and how we relate. In Thought.
Norton, A. (2012, November 18). How to test, challenge, and replace unhealthy thoughts. In Thought.
Norton, A. (2012, November 9). Cognitive distortions: Six mind games that keep us unhappy. In Thought.
Norton, A. (2012, September 6). Seven tips for more affordable mental healthcare. In Thought.
Norton, A. (2011, September 25). Rest for the weary: Seven tips for a good night's rest. In Thought.
Norton, A. (2009, July-August). Address client myths about marijuana. Addiction Professional, 7(4), 32-34.
Norton, A. (2009, July-August). Exploring the characteristics of high-functioning alcoholics. Addiction Professional, 7(4), 11.
Norton, A. (2008, November 2). Borderline Personality Disorder and employment. Florida Borderline Personality Disorder Association Newsletter.
Norton, A. (2008, November). Disputing association between marijuana and death (response to letter to editor). Addiction Professional, 6(6), 8.
Norton, A. (2007). Ethical considerations for reparative therapy for Christians experiencing same sex attraction. Unpublished Manuscript.
Norton, A. (2005). A helping professional's guide to working with gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered clients: A collection of survey responses fromGLBT individuals. Unpublished manuscript.