Counseling skills for teachers

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Corwin Press, 2007 - Education - 139 pages
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Integrate counseling and consulting skills into your daily teaching roles! The bestselling authors expertly guide preservice, beginning, and veteran teachers to be effective helpers in critical moments. This updated second edition also offers a brand new chapter to help teachers take better care of themselves. Important topics include: Homelessness Dealing with grief and loss issues Confronting bullying and harassment Motivating disengaged students Building a culture of respect and tolerance in the classroom Identifying children who suffer from physical abuse, neglect, drug abuse, and emotional problems

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Contents

Understanding the Process of Helping
11
Assessing Childrens Problems
27
Developing Skills of Helping
49
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Ellen Kottler is Lecturer in the Department of Secondary Education at California State University, Fullerton and the Director of the Center for Careers in Teaching.