Counselor Essay

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  • School Counselors

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    I believe the next important ingredient for multicultural competence is cultural skills. A skilled counselor utilizes the interventions that are client based and which serve clients needs. A positive reaction would be to be connected to those different cultures communication is the key. In multicultural counseling the counselor needs to be more aware his or her limitations in counseling skills. I feel it’s vital to have cultural skills in order to serve multicultural populations in the

  • Counselor Interview : Counselor And Interview

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    Counselor Interview What practice settings did you considered when you chose the counselor to interview? I was considering interviewing a counselor in the community counseling setting as I, myself is on the same track with the same interest, and motivation. However, while my interest falls toward community settings or private practice, I interviewed a counselor who works at Cuyahoga Community College on the east side campus. She has been counselor about 13 years. Prior to the interview

  • School Counselor

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    Introduction “Counselors assist people with personal, family, educational, mental health, and career decisions and problems” (“Counselors” 1). “While helping students plan for college and careers is part of their job, a guidance counselor’s overall function is to talk to students, give advice, listen to problems, help students develop coping skills and learn to become good problem-solvers and decision-makers on their own” (“Guidance Counselors”). Specifically, school counselors play a major role

  • Counseling Services For A Counselor

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    Assignment 1. There are times a counselor might need to decline to provide counseling services to some clients/students who request them. a) In what circumstances might this be appropriate and ethical and how should that process be handled by the counselor? b) When would it be unethical for a counselor to decline to provide services? Support each response with a minimum of 3 relevant ACA and/or ASCA codes and the textbook. a) There are several times that a counselor might need to decline to provide

  • Underrepresented School Counselors

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    Do School Counselors Impact Whether Underrepresented Student are College or Career Ready? ASCA, the American School Counseling Association, is the foremost association that provides researched components and foundations that detail how an effective school counseling program should be established and maintained (ASCA, 2012). The organization was founded in 1952, and established the ASCA: Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) in 2003. The ASCA model is broken down into four components: 1. Foundation

  • School Counselor Analysis

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    School Counselor Analysis Siobhan (Sam) Garrett PSY/435 April 17, 2013 Healey Irked Title of Paper In order to do a proper analysis on a school counselor one must know what he or she does on a daily basis. This is to conduct a job analysis for a school counselor and discuss how it will be used within the school system. Next to determine the reliability and validity of the school counselor analysis. Then the performance and appraisal methods that apply to being a counselor

  • Reflection Paper On Counselors

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    Analytical Reflection Introduction As counselors approach their careers, it is important to make observations of local schools with counseling opportunities. Observations help give a better understanding of the school culture and demographics associated within that school. School Data has long been a method used to obtain school specifics as well as the ability to compare and improve in areas needed. Schools all over represent different demographics therefore making the statistic sway one way to

  • Scenario Of A School Counselor

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    a school counselor is to successfully reach the child where they are and to find ways that will help benefit them to succeed no matter what comes their way. As a counselor it is important to use methods and techniques that work best in the situation that is presented as well as what works best for that student. It takes careful consideration on which direction to go when counseling students as all students are not the same and everyone handles things different. The focus of the counselor is to provide

  • The Importance of School Counselors

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    across America. Many students see their counselor, to work on any emotional stressors, academic changes and challenges. This may include, interventions, group therapy and changes in class schedule, but sometimes with all the implementations given, students do not succeed in school. Perhaps one needs to take a closer look at the programs being implemented and its success rate. In addition, a counselor should guide itself using the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) to provide evidence based

  • Pastoral Counselors Essay

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    PRINCIPLE A: COMPETENCE Counselors, Pastoral care givers, and help givers should acquire the requisite education, which will equip them to practice the profession of their calling. Counselors should take on clients who fall within the area of their competence- areas in which they have acquired qualifying training techniques, experience and education; otherwise the case should be referred to other competent professionals. Counselors/helpers should seek to maintain competence by assessing and making