School Counselor as Consultant: An Integrated Model for School-based Consultation / Edition 1

School Counselor as Consultant: An Integrated Model for School-based Consultation / Edition 1

by Richard D. Parsons
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0534628656

ISBN-13: 2900534628658

Pub. Date: 07/22/2004

Publisher: Cengage Learning

This resource for school counselors offers an alternative model of consultation intended to support the coordination and integration of all their varied professional roles and functions. This solution- focused, collaborative model operates within a systems view of a school. The authors (both West Chester U.) review the literature and offer guided personal reflections,

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This resource for school counselors offers an alternative model of consultation intended to support the coordination and integration of all their varied professional roles and functions. This solution- focused, collaborative model operates within a systems view of a school. The authors (both West Chester U.) review the literature and offer guided personal reflections, directed learning activities, and case illustrations to help the reader to apply the concepts covered. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900534628658
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
07/22/2004
Series:
School Counseling Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
384

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Table of Contents


Section I: THE SCHOOL COUNSELOR AS CONSULTANT. 1. The School Counselor: Addressing the Increasing Need for Service. 2. Consulting: Providing an Integrated Model of Service Delivery. Section II: THE NEEDS OF ONE WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF MANY. 3. The School as System: Basic Elements. 4. System Dynamics: Responding to Change. 5. The Counselor as an Agent of Change. Section III: FACILITATING THE CONSULTATIVE PROCESS. 6. The Stages of the Consultation Process. 7. Communication for Effective Consulting. 8. Working with Resistance. Section IV: CONSULTATION FOCI. 9. Client Focused Consultation: The Student as Client. 10. The Consultee as Focus: When Knowledge, Skill, and Objectivity are Needed. 11. The Group as Client: From Team Building to Mediation. 12. The System as Client: System Focused Consultation. 13. Ethical Concerns and Considerations. 14. Applying What We Know.

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