Square and stationary reflection

It is easily shown that, for any uncountable infinite cardinal $\kappa$, $\square_\kappa$ implies that for any stationary $S\subseteq \kappa^+$, there exists a stationary $T\subseteq S$ such that $T$ does not reflect at (i.e. is not stationary in) any $\alpha<\kappa$ of uncountable cofinality. The standard proof does not go through, however, when $\square_\kappa$ is replaced by the weaker notion of $\square(\kappa^+)$. Is $\square(\kappa^+)$ compatible with stationary reflection? More precisely, if $\kappa$ is an uncountable infinite cardinal, is $\square(\kappa^+)$ consistent with the statement "every stationary $S\subseteq \kappa^+$ consisting of ordinals of cofinality $<\kappa$ reflects at some $\alpha<\kappa^+$"?

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 For reference, Andres Caicedo has a nice post with some discussion of the difference between the principles. andrescaicedo.wordpress.com/2012/05/21/… – Joel David Hamkins Aug 27 at 21:13