The Importance Of Career Counseling And The Effect Of Ethnic Discrimination Are Mutually Exclusive Events?

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The studies by Chau Hsiao Lan, Tawanda Majoko, and Milsom are conducted in the context of Taiwan, Zimbabwe, and the United States respectively, which show that career counseling and the impact of ethnic discrimination are mutually exclusive events. There are a number of shared problems associated with the counseling of students who have learning disabilities, including the lack of training of the counselors, inappropriate policies, and the negative attitude of stockholders towards the counseling programs. Lan argues and Levinson & Palmer are prone towards the fact that the problems of the SEN students are different from that of general education students. Therefore, the approaches for both must be different. All of these perspectives matter as they serve as independent variables for effective counseling for the SEN students.
In many studies conducted, guidance counselors are evaluated on approaches to helping special needs students’ transition successfully from high school. The study by Flaman (1979) differs as it investigates how the current existing counseling approaches are influenced by the counselor’s perceived role needs and efficacy. Some of the parameters that will be borrowed in the evaluation of the effectiveness of guidance counselors in helping SEN students’ transition will include time constraints, the need for more student evaluation and assessment, individualized counseling as opposed to group counseling, varied training for students and the

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