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Counseling in Schools : Essential Services and Comprehensive Programs

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780205288793

ISBN10:
0205288790
Media:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/1999
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

This text provides an overview of the school counseling profession, the components of a comprehensive program of services, and current legal, ethical, and professional issues that are important to school counselors. It is a scholarly presentation as well as a practical guide for beginning counselors.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
1 The School Counseling Profession
1(27)
Counseling as a Profession
2(5)
Development of School Counseling
7(14)
Emergence of Guidance and Counseling in Schools
9(9)
Expansion of School Counseling
18(3)
A Professional Identity
21(5)
Selected Readings
26(1)
Exercises
27(1)
2 Comprehensive School Counseling Programs
28(24)
A Definition of School Counseling
29(4)
The Purpose of School Counseling Programs
33(6)
Educational Development
35(1)
Career Development
36(2)
Personal and Social Development
38(1)
A Comprehensive Program
39(2)
Facilities and Resources
41(10)
The Counseling Center
42(1)
Materials and Equipment
43(4)
Budget
47(2)
Personnel
49(2)
Selected Readings
51(1)
Exercises
51(1)
3 The School Counselor
52(28)
Varying Roles of School Counselors
52(17)
The Elementary School Counselor
53(7)
The Middle School Counselor
60(5)
The High School Counselor
65(4)
Training of School Counselors
69(7)
The Helping Relationship
70(2)
Human Development
72(1)
Group Processes
72(1)
Student Appraisal
73(1)
Career Development Theory and Information
74(1)
Educational Research
75(1)
Social and Cultural Foundations
75(1)
Ethical and Legal Issues
76(1)
The School Setting
76(1)
Credentials of School Counselors
76(2)
State Certification
77(1)
National Certification
77(1)
Selected Readings
78(1)
Exercises
79(1)
4 Essential Services
80(32)
Counseling
81(4)
Individual Counseling
81(1)
Group Counseling
82(1)
Student Counseling
83(1)
Parent and Teacher Counseling
84(1)
Consulting
85(11)
Information Services
86(3)
Instructional Services
89(2)
Problem-Solving Services
91(2)
Other School Services
93(3)
Coordinating
96(9)
Data Collection and Sharing
96(4)
Referrals and Follow-Up
100(2)
School-Wide Events
102(3)
Appraising
105(5)
Student Evaluation
105(2)
Environmental Evaluation
107(3)
Selected Readings
110(1)
Exercises
110(2)
5 Developing a Comprehensive Program
112(26)
Planning
113(6)
Assessing the Current Program
113(1)
Seeking Input and Support for Change
114(1)
Assessing Students', Parents', and Teachers' Needs
115(1)
Determining Resources
116(3)
Organizing
119(5)
Setting Goals
119(2)
Assigning Responsibilities
121(2)
Marketing the Program
123(1)
Implementing
124(11)
Scheduling Services and Setting Priorities
124(2)
Balancing Time
126(2)
Counseling
128(5)
Consulting
133(1)
Coordinating
134(1)
Appraising
134(1)
Evaluating
135(1)
Selected Readings
136(1)
Exercises
137(1)
6 Individual Counseling and Group Procedures
138(39)
What Is Counseling?
139(2)
Who Needs Counseling?
141(2)
Goals of Counseling
143(2)
Individual Counseling in Schools
145(3)
Establishing a Relationship
145(1)
Exploring Concerns
146(1)
Taking Action
147(1)
Ending the Relationship
147(1)
Brief Counseling
148(2)
Crisis Counseling
150(1)
Counseling Approaches and Models
151(10)
Adlerian Counseling
152(1)
Reality Therapy
153(2)
Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling
155(2)
Invitational Counseling
157(4)
Group Procedures
161(8)
A Rationale for Group Process
161(1)
Group Counseling and Group Guidance
162(1)
Purpose and Nature of Groups
163(3)
Leading Groups
166(1)
Advantages of Group Counseling
167(1)
Limitations of Group Counseling
167(1)
Advantages of Group Guidance
168(1)
Limitations of Group Guidance
168(1)
Research on Counseling
169(1)
Research on Groups
170(5)
Group Guidance Research
171(2)
Group Counseling Research
173(2)
Selected Readings
175(1)
Exercises
175(2)
7 Collaboration with School and Agency Professionals
177(26)
School Services
178(7)
Parents and Guardians
178(3)
Teachers
181(2)
Principals
183(1)
Nurses, Psychologists, and Social Workers
184(1)
Community Agencies
185(4)
Health Departments
186(1)
Mental-Health Centers
186(1)
Social Services
187(1)
Family Services
187(2)
Private Practitioners
189(1)
Counselors as Consultants
189(10)
Consulting Processes
190(9)
Research on Consulting
199(2)
Selected Readings
201(1)
Exercises
202(1)
8 Student Appraisal
203(30)
Standardized Testing
204(10)
Standardization
206(4)
Selection of Tests
210(1)
Validity and Reliability
211(2)
Usefulness
213(1)
Using Standardized Tests
214(4)
Test Security
214(1)
Administration
215(1)
Interpretation
215(3)
Types of Assessment Instruments
218(4)
Achievement Tests
218(2)
Aptitude Tests
220(1)
Interest Inventories
220(1)
Personality Inventories and Tests
221(1)
Other Assessment Techniques
222(9)
Observations
223(5)
Interviews
228(1)
Sociometric Methods
228(1)
Child Study Conferences
229(1)
Biographical and Self-Expression Techniques
230(1)
Selected Readings
231(1)
Exercises
231(2)
9 Educational Planning and Career Development
233(23)
Primary Purpose of School Counseling
233(4)
Educational Planning for All Students
237(6)
Student Advocacy
238(2)
Lifelong Learning
240(3)
Career Planning and Decision Making
243(7)
Student Awareness
246(2)
Exploration
248(1)
Decision Making
249(1)
Case Study of Johnny
250(2)
Case Study of Gertrude
252(2)
Selected Readings
254(1)
Exercises
255(1)
10 Evaluation of a School Counseling Program
256(27)
Types of Program Evaluation
259(11)
Goal Attainment
260(2)
Student Outcomes
262(3)
Consumer Satisfaction
265(2)
Expert Assessment
267(3)
School Counselor Evaluation
270(8)
What Will Be Evaluated?
272(1)
How Will Evaluation Be Done?
273(4)
Who Will Evaluate?
277(1)
Performance Appraisal Processes and Instruments
278(3)
Selected Readings
281(1)
Exercises
282(1)
11 Professional Ethics and Legal Issues
283(25)
Ethical Standards of School Counselors
284(10)
Responsibilities to Students
285(3)
Responsibilities to Parents
288(1)
Responsibilities to Colleagues and Professional Associates
289(1)
Responsibilities to the School and Community
290(1)
Responsibilities to Self
291(1)
Responsibilities to the Profession
292(1)
Maintenance of Standards
293(1)
The Nature of Law
294(4)
The Law and Schools
294(2)
The Courts
296(1)
School Board Policies
297(1)
Legal Issues for School Counselors
298(8)
Students' Rights
298(2)
Parents' Rights
300(1)
The Buckley Amendment
301(1)
Public Law 94-142
302(1)
Child Abuse
302(1)
Counselor Liability
303(2)
Title IX
305(1)
Selected Readings
306(1)
Exercises
307(1)
12 School Counseling Today and Tomorrow
308(17)
Students of Tomorrow
309(7)
Remedial Concerns
310(2)
Preventive Issues
312(1)
Developmental Needs
313(1)
Poverty
314(1)
Diversity
315(1)
Schools of Tomorrow
316(6)
Technology
319(1)
Parental Involvement
320(1)
Teacher Collaboration
320(1)
School-Based Services
321(1)
Youth Service
322(1)
The Future of School Counseling
322(2)
Selected Readings
324(1)
Exercises
324(1)
Appendix A Ethical Standards for School Counselors 325(7)
References 332(14)
Author Index 346(5)
Subject Index 351


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