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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

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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

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    Becoming A Counselor

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    Not only did this person challenge me, guide me, or advise me throughout my four years of high school, she supported any goal--any ambition--I was striving to achieve. Counselors may not always get the credit they deserve, but Megan McIntyre is a counselor of high merit; she deserves recognition. From my first steps into high school, she has worked with students like me who knew nothing about the place--only the fact that your sibling might be lurking the halls. She was always open and willing to

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    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

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    decision to make a difference According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the Bureau of Labor “the employment of school and career counselors is projected to grow 8 percent from 2014 to 2024, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Increasing school enrollments should lead to employment growth of school and career counselors”. Having the opportunity to interview Feliza Martinez, a University of California, Irvine graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a California

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    chool Counselors: Jennifer Somin, Sheena McGill, Daniella Rivera School Name/School Level: Talent Unlimited High School/ High School Grades 9-12 Belief Statement: The Counselors at Talent Unlimited High School believe that •All students will have regular access to one counselor in the building to support their emotional, academic and career learning •Students will have opportunities to participate in work-based learning to enhance their college/career readiness skills •Counselors will

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    A certified addictions counselor is a professional who has been trained to help people with many types of addictions. A certified addictions counselor aims to identify the root cause of the addiction and develop strategies that will help people overcome it. Substance abuse is a widespread problem in the United States. That is why certified addictions counselors are in high demand today. Addiction counselors can work in a variety of places, including prisons, residential treatment facilities and

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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

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    Crisis Counselor Skills

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    Skills, Knowledge, and Training Required for Crisis Counselors When counselors choose to be on a disaster response team they need to be aware of the skills and knowledge that is required for the job. The first thing that counselors need to be aware of is the burnout rate of being a disaster counselor. According to Sommer (2008), there is four components that a clinician needs to be an effective disaster counselor. First the clinician needs to have a vast knowledge and training in trauma based

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    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

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