Counseling Children and Adolescents in Schools

Un libro in lingua di Robyn Hess Sandy Magnuson Linda Beeler edito da Sage Pubns, 2011

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Emphasizing cooperation between various mental health professionals in schools, this textbook is intended for pre-service professionals training to become school psychologists or school counselors. The book can be used in a practicum course and a companion text, Practice and Application Guide, is also available from the publisher. The first part of the book overviews the school setting and explains how to adapt counseling skills to work within the overlapping systems of the school, family, and community. This section also reviews child and adolescent development. The next two sections review the theory, techniques, and applications of the most common therapeutic orientations used in schools. Cases demonstrate the use of different models with different age groups. The final section of the book reviews ethical and legal issues and discusses collaboration among professionals in schools and communities. Learning features include boxed dialogues, concept summary tables, margin notes, journal reflection prompts. A website for instructors contains chapter lecture slides and a test bank. Hess is affiliated with the University of Northern Colorado. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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