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Rebekah Byrd, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, RPT, is an assistant professor of counseling and school counseling program coordinator in the Department of Human Development and Learning at East Tennessee State University. She serves on many national and statewide committees and has written many refereed journal articles and multiple book chapters. Her research specialization falls primarily in issues pertaining to children and adolescents, school counseling, and LGBTQ concerns. Other major research interests include play therapy, human rights and social justice, group work, self-injury in adolescents, women's wellness and Adlerian theory.
Bradley T Erford, Ph.D., LCPC, NCC, is a professor in the school counseling program at Loyola University with primary teaching responsibilities in assessment, research, and lifespan development. He has held numerous professional leadership positions, including President of the American Counseling Association (ACA), and has published numerous books, articles and book chapters.
Table of Contents
Section I: Introductory and Organizing Principles
Chapter 1: Case Studies in School Counseling by Rebekah Byrd and Bradley T. Erford
Chapter 2: Theories of Counseling by Dana Heller Levitt, Alissa Darnell, Bradley T. Erford, and Ann Vernon
Section II: Social Justice and Diversity Issues in School Counseling
Chapter 3: Social Justice by Rhonda M. Bryant, Tracy Knighton, and Delila Owens
Chapter 4: Advocacy (and the Use of Small Group Counseling for Students with AD/HD) by Melissa Beverly and Joyce A. DeVoss
Chapter 5: Multicultural Counseling in the Schools by Laura Bell and Tammy Davis
Chapter 6: Immigration by Miriam Eisenmenger
Chapter 7: Racism by Helen Runyan
Chapter 8: Existential-Spirituality in School Counseling by Molly B. Quick and Christopher A. Sink
Chapter 9: English Language Learners by Tim Grothaus, Tori Stone, Amy Upton, and Kie Anderson
Chapter 10: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning (LGBTQ) Issues in School Counseling by Jeffrey M. Warren and Jenna N. Warren
Section III: Academic Considerations in School Counseling
Chapter 11: Motivating the Unmotivated Student by Tracy MacDonald
Chapter 12: Working with Gifted Children by Elisabeth Bennett and Mary Brown
Chapter 13: College Access by Lindsey M. Nichols
Chapter 14: Counselors in Alternative Schools: The Last Line of Defense by Kimere K. Corthell, Lindy K. Parker, and Catalina Morillas
Chapter 15: Transitions and Student Attendance by Lacey L. Wallace
Section IV: Relational Aggression, Bullying and Violence in School Counseling
Chapter 16: Bullying (Relational Aggression) by Jasmine Graham
Chapter 17: Physical Aggression by Caron N. Coles
Chapter 18: Helping Students Who Are LGBTQ by Brandy K. Richeson and Rebekah Byrd
Chapter 19: Dating and Relational Violence by Laurie A. Vargas and Hugh C. Crethar
Section V: Individual Issues/Coping in School Counseling
Chapter 20: Chronic Illness by Heather McCarthy and Tammy Davis
Chapter 21: Helping Students with Grief and Loss Experiences by Stacy Solsaa and Kelly Duncan
Chapter 22: Addressing Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom Using an Ecological Approach by Adria Shipp and Tara Hill
Chapter 23: Social Isolation by Maegan Vick and Charlotte Daughhetee
Chapter 24: Working with Students Displaying Defiant Behavior by Rebecca Christiansen and Kelly Duncan
Chapter 25: Helping Students with Anxiety by Nadine E. Garner and Brielle E. Valle
Chapter 26: Helping Students with Depression by Tricia Uppercue
Chapter 27: Self-Injury by Audrey Neuschafer
Section VI: Parental/Family Issues in School Counseling
Chapter 28: Working with Families by Denise B. Ebersole and Nadine E. Garner
Chapter 29: Children of Deployed Parents by Lacey L. Wallace
Chapter 30: Children of Divorce by Natalie Grubbs and Catherine Y. Chang
Chapter 31: Helping Children with Incarcerated Parents by Elisabeth Bennett and Tom O’Connor
Chapter 32: Children of Parents who Abuse Substances by Nadine Hartig, Sandy Kay, and Fran Steigerwald
Chapter 33: Physical Abuse by Latisha Walker Nelson
Chapter 34: Helping Students in Poverty by Jasmine Graham
Chapter 35: Working with Samantha, a Homelessness Child by Elisabeth Bennett and Laurie Curran
Section VII: Risky Behavior and Crisis Intervention in School Counseling
Chapter 36: Substance Use by Kami Wagner
Chapter 37: Adolescents, Sex, and STDs by Shannon Trice-Black and Morgan Riechel
Chapter 38: Helping Students with Eating Disorders by Natalie Grubbs and Catherine Y. Chang
Chapter 39: De-escalating Extreme Behaviors/Emotions by Helen Runyan and Tim Grothaus
Chapter 40: Gang Involvement by Christine Ward and Bianca Bekker Willman
Chapter 41: Suicide Prevention by Megan Kidron
Chapter 42: Helping Students Who Experience Disasters and Post Traumatic Stress by Jeffrey Brown and Jill M. Thompson
Section VIII: Legal and Ethical Considerations in School Counseling
Chapter 43: Responsible Technology Use (Social Networking) by Stefanie Johnson and Jeffrey M. Warren
Chapter 44: FERPA Issues in School Counseling by Charlotte Daughhetee and James Jackson
Chapter 45: Confidentiality with Minors by Katie Liebers