Transforming the School Counseling Profession

Transforming the School Counseling Profession

by Bradley T. Erford
     
 

ISBN-10: 0130273422

ISBN-13: 9780130273420

Pub. Date: 04/22/2002

Publisher: Prentice Hall

TRANSFORMING THE SCHOOL COUNSELING PROFESSION, SECOND EDITION

BRADLEY T. ERFORD

 

Accountability. Transformation. Achievement.

 

Leading minds in the field

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TRANSFORMING THE SCHOOL COUNSELING PROFESSION, SECOND EDITION

BRADLEY T. ERFORD

 

Accountability. Transformation. Achievement.

 

Leading minds in the field share their expertise with the common goal of Transforming the School Counsleing Profession. Discover innovative insights and new perspectives on school counseling from Bradley Erford and the following contributors:

 

Patrick Akos, Deryl Bailey, Stuart Chen-Hayes, Yvette Getch, Sam Gladding, Gary Goodnough, Edwin Herr, Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy, Reese House, Carol Kaffenberger, Vivian Lee, Erin Leff, Lynn Linde, Pat Martin, Debbie Newsome, Spencer Niles, Rachelle Perusse, Elana Rock, Linda Seligman, Amber Throckmorton, Susan Whiston

 

 

Open this book and find:

    • A guide to ten essential roles filled by professional school counselors.
    • An emphasis on connecting the school counseling program to the mission of the school.
    • Early coverage of outcomes research and its relationship to school counseling interventions and programs.
    • An emphasis on advocacy, professional issues, and multicultural competence.
    • New chapters on creating systematic, data-driven school counseling programs and accountability.
    • Revised material on collaboration, consultation, and parent involvement.
    • Strong coverage of developmentalclassroom guidance, students with mental/emotional disorders, youth at risk, and students with disabilities.
    • Resources appropriate for introductory counseling courses, professional school counselors, and counselors in training.

"...this text is a necessary tool for a school counselor's professional library... I tell my students this is one book they do not want to resell."

Tarrell Portman, University of Iowa

 

 "This book is one of a kind, and provides invaluable guidance for transforming the school counseling profession."

Tovah Sands, California State University, Northridge

 

To view the website that accompanies this text, please go to prenhall.com/erford

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130273420
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
04/22/2002
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
546
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.30(d)

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1Transforming the school counseling profession1
Ch. 2Historical roots and future issues13
Ch. 3Outcomes research on school counseling interventions and programs38
Ch. 4Ethical, legal, and professional issues in school counseling51
Ch. 5Multiculturally competent school counselors : affirming diversity by challenging oppression74
Ch. 6Achievement advocacy for all students through transformative school counseling programs98
Ch. 7Creating a systemic, data-driven school counseling program121
Ch. 8Developmental classroom guidance142
Ch. 9Counseling individuals and groups in school168
Ch. 10Promoting educational and career planning in schools195
Ch. 11Consultations, collaboration, and parent involvement211
Ch. 12Accountability236
Ch. 13Counseling youth at risk279
Ch. 14Conflict resolution and peer mediation in schools304
Ch. 15The professional school counselor and students with disabilities318
Ch. 16Helping students with mental and emotional disorders351

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