Assisting students with disabilities: a handbook for school counselors

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Corwin Press, 2007 - Education - 143 pages
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Couched in the context of NCLB and the reauthorized IDEA, and aligned with the ASCA National Model, this second edition helps school counselors work confidently and competently with students who may require special services.

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Contents

Specific Learning Disabilities
19
Knowing the Whole Child
27
Matching Data With Appropriate Interventions
39
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Julie P. Baumberger is an associate professor at the Ross School of Medicine (Dominica, West Indies), where she has a joint appointment in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and the Counseling Center. She also teaches for Capella University in the Harold Abel School of Psychology. As a licensed professional counselor, psychological examiner, and school counselor, Dr. Baumberger worked for many years as a school counselor in both elementary and secondary schools. She later maintained a private practice counseling children, youth, and adults. Her current research and scholarly interests include youth and adults with disabilities, school counselor preparation, and mental health issues of young adults pursuing medical education.

Ruth E. Harper is Professor of Counseling and Human Resource Development at South Dakota State University, where she coordinates the college student personnel track. Harper has been a counselor and administrator at the postsecondary level for many years. Harper’s research and writing focuses on college student mental health issues, American Indian college students, and career counseling.