Managing Your School Counseling Program: K-12 Developmental Strategies

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Educational Media Corporation, Jan 1, 2000 - Educational counseling - 372 pages
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Over forty professionals share effective strategies and current issues relating to a K-12 developmental school counseling program. Dozens of practical, easy-to-use forms, ideas, and management concepts are provided for duplication. Brief counseling, group strategies that "work, " and suggestions for working with special populations are followed by the counselor's role as a consultant and coordinator, family counseling, appraisal, career development, teacher-advisor programs, peer helping, parent involvement, public relations, accountability, ethical issues, and credentialing. Each chapter has been updated, including current program standards and credentialing requirements. This book is designed as a graduate text or as a resource for practicing counselors desiring to be more effective with the developmental approach and who want to better understand the current issues facing them.

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Contents

History Reconceptionalization
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Implementing a Comprehensive Developmental School Counseling Program
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The Counselors Role in Managing the Program
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