Theories of School Counseling for the 21st Century by Colette T. Dollarhide (Editor); Matthew E. Lemberger-Truelove (Editor)
In 2002, the American School Counselor Association presented the ASCA National Model for school counseling programs as a framework for implementing best practices in training counselors to deliver the best evidence-based approaches for K-12 students. Without a unifying theory of practice,school counselors are often uncertain about how to implement the National Model. Theory, however, can undergird all aspects of school counseling work, influencing program selection for academic, career, and personal/social development; individual and group counseling work; and relationship buildingwith students, families, teachers, and administrators. Within a shared understanding of school counselors' professional role provided by the National Model, Theories of School Counseling Delivery for the 21st Century offers readers a compilation of contemporary, cutting-edge theories to inform theway school counselors practice the art and science of school counseling. The text - written by theory experts - offers tremendous insight into each, thereby helping readers to (a) select a favorite theory, and (b) learn to incorporate theoretical flexibility in school counseling.
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Publication Date: 2019