9780471683698

School Counselor Consultation : Skills for Working Effectively with Parents, Teachers, and Other School Personnel

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    9780471683698

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    0471683698

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 12/13/2004
  • Publisher: WILEY

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Summary

Unlike other consultation books that focus on theory, this text presents proven practice techniques, including: what to say to parents and teachers about referring students to the school counselor; what to ask teachers to assist in formulating successful interventions; how to make the most of parent conferences; how to plan for, execute, and follow-up on consultation sessions; a five-step approach to conducting an individual consultation; and how to plan and present psychoeducational workshops to parents and teachers.

Author Biography

GREG BRIGMAN, PHD, is Professor and LINDA WEBB, PHD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Counselor Education at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida.

FRAN MULLIS, PHD, is Associate Professor and JOANNA WHITE, EDD, is Professor and Chair in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia.

Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures
ix
Foreword xi
Robert D. Myrick
Introduction to School Counselors as Consultants
1(8)
Personal and Professional Growth Orientation
2(1)
Knowledge of Consultation and Human Behavior
2(1)
Consulting Skills
2(1)
A Multicultural and Diversity Perspective
3(2)
Why Consult?
5(4)
A School-Based Approach to Consultation: Supporting Models and Theories
9(10)
Consultation in Schools
9(1)
Theoretical Approach
10(2)
Models of Consultation
12(2)
Another Approach to Organization of Models
14(1)
Models and Theory Central to This Approach
15(1)
Case Consultation Model
16(1)
Teaching/Workshop Model
16(3)
Ethical Issues in Consultation
19(12)
Tripartite Relationship
19(4)
Information about the Student (Client)
20(3)
Information about the Consultee
23(1)
Nonsupervisory Relationship
23(1)
Voluntary and Temporary Relationship
24(1)
Voluntary and Temporary
24(1)
Encourages Consultee Self-Reliance
25(1)
Work-Related Relationship
25(1)
Other Ethical Issues
26(3)
Working with Other Professionals
26(2)
Competence
28(1)
Values
28(1)
Fees for Service
29(1)
Additional Considerations
29(2)
Case Consultation with Teachers and Parents
31(12)
Basic Consultation Model
31(1)
Before the Consultation
32(2)
Step I: Prepare for the Consultation
32(2)
During the Consultation
34(7)
Step II: Define the Process and Develop the Relationship
34(1)
Step III: Present and Gather Information about the Student
35(2)
Step IV: Choose Behaviors to Work On---Identify/Plan Intervention and Follow-Up Strategies
37(4)
After the Consultation
41(2)
Step V: Follow-Up
41(2)
Typical Issues in School Consultation
43(8)
How to Refer Students
43(2)
What Parents and Teachers Can Tell Students about Seeing the Counselor
45(2)
Frequently Asked Questions
47(1)
Consultee Resistance
48(3)
Workshops and Education Programs
51(14)
Workshop Model
51(1)
Programs for Teachers
52(3)
Cooperative Discipline
54(1)
Tribes: A New Way of Learning and Being Together
54(1)
Systematic Training for Effective Teaching
55(1)
Preparing Parents for a Different Approach
55(1)
Programs for Parents
56(9)
MegaSkills
58(1)
Roots and Wings: Raising Resilient Children
58(1)
Building Successful Partnerships: A Guide for Developing Parent and Family Involvement Programs
58(1)
Systematic Training for Effective Parenting
59(1)
The Next Step (Systematic Training for Effective Parenting through Problem Solving)
60(1)
Strengthening Stepfamilies
60(1)
Active Parenting Now
61(1)
Family Talk
61(1)
Bowdoin Parent Education Program
62(3)
Other Opportunities for Consultation in Schools
65(16)
Parent-Teacher-Counselor Conferences
65(1)
Student-Teacher-Counselor Conferences
66(1)
Teacher Team Consultation
67(8)
Grade Level Team Meetings
67(1)
School-Based Teams
68(6)
Referral Teams
74(1)
Common School-Based Recommendations for Students with Task Completion Difficulties
75(1)
Teacher Advisor Programs
76(2)
Other Suggestions about Kinds of Consultation
78(3)
Classroom Meetings: Creating a Climate of Cooperation
81(8)
Benefits of Classroom Meetings
81(1)
The Classroom Meeting Format
82(2)
Teaching Teachers to Use Classroom Meetings
84(2)
Barriers to Effective Classroom Meetings and Strategies to Overcome Them
86(3)
Consultation with Administrators
89(12)
Crisis Intervention: Planning for and Responding to a Crisis
90(2)
The Role of the School Counselor
90(2)
Guidelines for Responding to a Crisis
92(1)
Schoolwide Plans
92(9)
The Process of Schoolwide Change
94(1)
The School Counselor and Discipline Planning
95(2)
A Four-Key Approach to Schoolwide Discipline
97(4)
Consultation in the Community
101(6)
Referrals
101(1)
Speaker's Bureau
102(1)
Parent Group
102(1)
Parent-Teacher Organization
103(1)
Service or Civic Clubs
103(1)
Business Partners or Partners in Education
103(1)
Community Task Forces
104(1)
Grandparent Program
104(1)
Keys to Successful Community Involvement
104(3)
Concluding Remarks 107(2)
Appendix A: Adlerian Theory 109(8)
Appendix B: Ethical Standards for School Counselors 117(14)
Appendix C: The American Counseling Association Code of Ethics 131(30)
Appendix D: Building Consultation Skills: An Application-Learning Model 161(12)
References 173(6)
Annotated Bibliography 179(6)
Author Index 185(2)
Subject Index 187(8)
About the Authors 195

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