Counselor As Consultant

Counselor As Consultant

Providing counseling professionals with a solid grounding in the primary theories, skills, and models used by professional consultants, Counselor as Consultant is the first text that explicitly addresses the new CACREP core standards for ...

Author: David A. Scott

Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated

ISBN: 1452242186

Category: Education

Page: 304

View: 278

Providing counseling professionals with a solid grounding in the primary theories, skills, and models used by professional consultants, Counselor as Consultant is the first text that explicitly addresses the new CACREP core standards for consultation. The book’s strong focus on intentionality, reflection, and wellness helps readers develop a strong sense of counselor identity, while its structure and exercises reinforce learning. Abundant exercises and case illustrations help counselors-in-training translate theory into practice and learn the essential skills needed for consultation positions.
Categories: Education

Counselor As Consultant

Counselor As Consultant

Providing counseling professionals with a solid grounding in the primary theories, skills, and models used by professional consultants, Counselor as Consultant is the first text that explicitly addresses the new CACREP core standards for ...

Author: David A. Scott

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483322612

Category: Education

Page: 304

View: 134

Providing counseling professionals with a solid grounding in the primary theories, skills, and models used by professional consultants, Counselor as Consultant is the first text that explicitly addresses the new CACREP core standards for consultation. The book’s strong focus on intentionality, reflection, and wellness helps readers develop a strong sense of counselor identity, while its structure and exercises reinforce learning. Abundant exercises and case illustrations help counselors-in-training translate theory into practice and learn the essential skills needed for consultation positions.
Categories: Education

The School Counselor as Consultant

The School Counselor as Consultant

This unique text articulates a solution-focused, collaborative model of consultation that operates within a systems view of a school.

Author: Richard D. Parsons

Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Company

ISBN: UVA:X004809831

Category: Education

Page: 364

View: 234

This unique text articulates a solution-focused, collaborative model of consultation that operates within a systems view of a school. This model allows counselors to conceptualize and employ a number of interventions, from those that take place at the level of a single student to those addressing the expanse of the community at large. In addition to its unique integrative model, the text distinguishes itself from others in its pedagogical approach. This book blends theory with practice and provides students with the tools to apply concepts through the use of practice exercises, case simulations and illustrations.
Categories: Education

Counselor As Consultant

Counselor As Consultant

However, standard B.3.c, “Confidential Settings”, requires counselors to “discuss
confidential information only in settings in which they can reasonably ensure
client privacy” (ACA, p. 8). By following this standard, counselorconsultants
have a ...

Author: David A. Scott

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781483311739

Category: Education

Page: 304

View: 234

Providing counseling professionals with a solid grounding in the primary theories, skills, and models used by professional consultants, Counselor as Consultant is the first text that explicitly addresses the new CACREP core standards for consultation. The book’s strong focus on intentionality, reflection, and wellness helps readers develop a strong sense of counselor identity, while its structure and exercises reinforce learning. Abundant exercises and case illustrations help counselors-in-training translate theory into practice and learn the essential skills needed for consultation positions.
Categories: Education

The School Counselor as Consultant

The School Counselor as Consultant

Section I addresses the expanding role of school counselors, fresh perspectives for approaching this important work, and an introduction to the concept of prevention.

Author: Karen Dickinson

Publisher:

ISBN: 1516546687

Category: Education

Page: 264

View: 665

Written to help school counselors address the ever-changing needs of their clients and the growing demands of the profession, The School Counselor as Consultant: Expanding Impact from Intervention to Prevention provides readers with a service delivery model that emphasizes remediation and prevention. The model empowers school counselors to intervene when necessary, identify key opportunities to promote growth, and successfully deter future challenges and incidents. Section I addresses the expanding role of school counselors, fresh perspectives for approaching this important work, and an introduction to the concept of prevention. In Section II, readers learn key strategies for effective consultation, are introduced to a multidimensional, integrated model of consulting, explore the concept of counselors as agents for change, and learn tips for working with resistance and maintaining an ethical practice. Section III focuses on moving beyond intervention to prevention and provides actionable instruction for varying levels of prevention. The final section shares case studies that demonstrate multiple levels of intervention and prevention and invites students to reflect upon and discuss the topics addressed throughout the text. The School Counselor as Consultant is an enlightening and practical text that is ideal for both pre-service and practicing school counselors. Karen Dickinson is an associate professor of counselor education at West Chester University. She is a certified school counselor with more than 20 years of experience serving as a counselor and elementary and special education instructor. Dr. Dickinson earned her master's degree in elementary school counseling from West Chester University and her doctorate degree in individual and family studies from the University of Delaware. Richard Parsons is a professor of counselor education at West Chester University and has over 37 years of experience in teaching counselor preparation programs. He has had a private clinical practice for over 40 years, working with those experiencing debilitating anxiety, depression, and other challenges to emotional wellbeing. Dr. Parsons also serves as a consultant to educational and mental health institutions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. He has authored or co-authored over 90 books, book chapters, and professional articles. Dr. Parsons earned his master's and doctoral degrees from Temple University.
Categories: Education

Elementary School Guidance Counseling

Elementary School Guidance   Counseling

Students and Teachers as Co - Clients The value of a counselor - consultant role
or model in which the professional focus is directed toward the significant
persons in the students ' environment - teachers , parents , and administrators -
has ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000052227165

Category: Counseling in elementary education

Page:

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Categories: Counseling in elementary education

Managing Your School Counseling Program

Managing Your School Counseling Program

Administrators , like the rest of the school staff , are busy and appreciate it when
other school personnel can help . However , the request for help can be a two -
edged sword , and the counselor / consultant will want to be aware of both edges
.

Author: Joe Wittmer

Publisher:

ISBN: 0932796982

Category: Educational counseling

Page: 372

View: 652

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.
Categories: Educational counseling

Guidance and Counseling in the Elementary School

Guidance and Counseling in the Elementary School

The consultant does not contribute as a spe . cialist in content , nor as an expert
in instructional methods and other ... At many , perhaps most , points , the
counselor - consultant may have nothing to contribute to curriculum development
 ...

Author: Don C. Dinkmeyer

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4168469

Category: Counseling in elementary education

Page: 416

View: 880

Categories: Counseling in elementary education

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TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS Position Narne Position 094 CARLOS CURDOVA
097 JOSE ... ADULT BASIC ED 298 JAVIER DIAZ COUNSELOR , LL
CONSULTANT ...

Author: Texas Education Agency

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015080227641

Category: Education

Page:

View: 724

Categories: Education

Introduction to Counseling and Guidance

Introduction to Counseling and Guidance

Both consultant and consultee may introduce ideas or questions they perceive to
be important and screen out ... 11 - 12 ) THE CONSULTATION PROCESS The
counselor functioning as a consultant recognizes certain basic assumptions : 1 .

Author: Robert Lewis Gibson

Publisher: Macmillan College

ISBN: UVA:X004095491

Category: Counseling

Page: 590

View: 464

The sixth edition of this well thought of book retains its logical progression of topics, while introducing the latest technologies, concepts, and applications in the counselor's repertoire. As they have in previous editions, the authors present practical examples and discussions of all of the major facets of counseling in a wide variety of counselors' work settings. They include a thorough treatment of techniques of assessment, including an overview of standardized testing and discussion of subjective approaches to appraisal& -- observation, self-reporting, and others. This book introduces future counselors to the technology they will encounter on their first assignments and familiarizes them with the type of equipment and tools to expect. It also includes coverage on the vital topics of program development/management and legal/ethical issues. For professionals in the field of counseling.
Categories: Counseling

School Guidance Services

School Guidance Services

American Association of School Administrators , 1961 . Faust , V. The Counselor -
consultant in the Elementary School . Boston : Houghton Mifflin , 1968 . Fullmer ,
D.W. Family group consultation . Elementary School Guidance and Counseling ...

Author: Thomas H. Hohenshil

Publisher:

ISBN: 0840320442

Category: Educational counseling

Page: 336

View: 602

Categories: Educational counseling

A Guide to Practicum and Internship for School Counselors in training

A Guide to Practicum and Internship for School Counselors in training

TABLE 5.1 Examples of the Discrimination Model Focus of Supervision Teacher
Counselor Consultant Process skills or intervention Counselor would like to learn
a specific skill Supervisor teaches the skill Counselor wants to use a sand tray ...

Author: Jeannine R. Studer

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000067846603

Category: Psychology

Page: 228

View: 987

School counseling is a rather specialized field, yet students entering it do not have a single, comprehensive resource to guide them through the process. This text covers all aspects of the practicum and internship experience, from the initial contact with your supervisor to detailed descriptions of each of the different roles you will have, and will help you gain an understanding of the school culture and how to begin thinking about and developing your own philosophy of school counseling. Specific topics covered include popular counseling theories used by school counselors; working with special populations of students; application of the ASCA ethical standards; the administration of day-to-day tasks, such as arranging an office space and managing your time; and elements of the guidance curriculum, including individual student planning, responsive services, and systemic support. Each chapter contains activities, case studies, hypothetical situations, and worksheets designed to facilitate your understanding of and role in the profession. All material presented is consistent with both the CACREP accreditation standards and the American School Counseling Association's National Model (R).
Categories: Psychology

The Counselor s Work in the Elementary School

The Counselor s Work in the Elementary School

The consultant helps teachers understand child behavior , development , and
characteristics . ... Counseling consultants will assist teachers in their attempts ...
to know what teacher behavior and attitudes enhance pupil development to
respect ...

Author: James J. Muro

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105031612588

Category: Counseling in elementary education

Page: 404

View: 151

Categories: Counseling in elementary education

Counseling in Schools

Counseling in Schools

In this phase , the counselor - consultant meets the consultee , makes
introductions , states the purpose of the meeting , and hears the main concern .
The essential goal of this phase is for the consultant to help the consultee clearly
identify and ...

Author: John J. Schmidt

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon

ISBN: UVA:X030101869

Category: Education

Page: 352

View: 971

This school counseling text helps students understand the components and services that comprise comprehensive school counseling programs in the context of the twenty-first century. The fifth edition retains important historical foundations of the school counseling profession while adapting contemporary definitions and terms to describe comprehensive models for the twenty-first century. New to this edition - new information is included in Chapter 4 about particular models of comprehensive school counseling programs, including the ASCA National Model, to illustrate types of comprehensive programs and the attempt to transform the school counseling profession in the twenty-first century; a new chapter on Diversity (Chapter 2) applies concepts and issues related to diverse populations to school counseling practice and the preparation of professional school counselors; and a new Case Study in Chapter 10 illustrates a middle school situation and provides another example of how counselors in schools use various responsive services and team approaches to addressing students' needs.
Categories: Education