If I'm not wrong, you do not have to cite it twice on the same paragraph. I would cite it at the end of the paragraph. - if you are citing other things in between, I wold cite it both times on the paragraph.
how do you cite american counsleing association in a paragraph
Rhetorical acts in paragraphs are acknowledgment of sources. It is when you cite your sources in the paragraph along with citing them at the end.
how do you cite an article that have no author, just the web address
If you use any outside evidence in your paper at all, you must cite it. Failing to cite your sources quickly becomes plagiarism. It is especially important to cite in body paragraphs, as the majority of the evidence will be used to prove points in body paragraphs.
If you start a sentence with "Johnson (2000) stated...", you would continue with either the exact quote or your paraphrasing. But you do not have to again cite Johnson at the end of that statement. Just include the citation in the bibliography.
A given author will have to cite direct quotes in order to avoid plagiarism.
In parentheses you type: CCC and then the paragraph number. So paragraph number 1325 of the Catchism of the Catholic Church would be cited like this: (CCC 1325)
A statement that weakens the main point of the author's writing.
When a source states something, whether a word, phrase, or whole paragraph, this gets double quotes. If the quoted material already has double quotes around a word or phrase, change those to single quotes. But make sure you apply your double quotes around the entire paragraph and cite the source(s).
I use the MLA system of citing. To cite a page # you can do it like this : write your sentence that you have quoted, summarised etc. then put the author's last name followed by the page number in brackets after it. e.g. Okonkwo was deeply grieved (Achebe 129). You can also use the author's last name in a sentence then put the page number in brackets at the end of it. Achebe writes that Okonkwo was deeply grieved (129). To cite a paragraph, you follow the same method but instead of the page number you say: author name or essay name if no title then par. # in brackets. You must cite the full bibliography on a "Works Cited page at the end. We encounter the Igbo people at a watershed moment in their history and culture (Smith par. 1).
There should be few, perhaps none in your conclusion. The conclusion is your recommendations, your findings, your next course of action, etc.