Citation Pérez-Gualdrón, L., Yeh, C., & Russell, L. Boys II Men: A culturally-responsive school counseling group for urban high school boys of color. Retrieved from of Article Theory and Research Volume 14, Number 14: Working With Nonsuicidal Self-Injurious Adolescents Mark D.
Nelson, Montana State University, and Rian Piccin, Lander, Wyoming Abstract Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) has evolved into a serious issue for adolescents, and is encountered in school systems across the United States. Retrieved from of Article Current Issues Social exclusion and the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings it evokes in children were examined in the present study.
Citation Bardhoshi, G., Duncan, K., & Schweinle, A. Predictors of parent involvement and their impact on access of postsecondary education facilitators among White and American Indian parents. Retrieved from of Article Theory and Research Volume 14, Number 5: An Exploratory Study of the Child Disciplinary Practices of Jamaican Immigrant Parents in the United States: Implications for School Counselors Stephaney S.
Finally, implications for school counselors working as supervisors of practicum and internship students are provided with the intent to help supervisors understand the developmental differences and needs for counseling students. Data were collected from 85 members of American School Counseling Association (ASCA).
School counselors with higher self-reported expertise reported that they were more likely to improve their school counseling skills.
These insights into ABC provide facilitators, school counselors, teachers, and administrators valuable information on the constructs through which participant growth occurs and recommendations for planning and facilitating such programming. This qualitative case study examined the unique perspective for building a leader-member relationship between the principal and school counselor.
Specifically, the case study examined the experiences of the working relationship of a principal and school counselor in a rural Midwestern elementary school.
Researchers explored the attitudes and concerns of professional school counselors in their roles in working with juvenile sex offenders (JSOs) who attend school. Supporting every child: School counselors’ perceptions of juvenile sex offenders in schools. Retrieved from of Article Theory and Research Volume 14, Number 2: Eating Issues and Body Image in Elementary School: Detection and Prevention Strategies for School Counselors Sarah I. Eating issues and body image in elementary school: Detection and prevention strategies for school counselors. Retrieved from of Article Innovative Methods Volume 14, Number 3: Professional Capacity Building for School Counselors Through School-wide Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (SWPBIS) Implementation Jennifer Betters-Bubon, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, and Peg Donohue, Central Connecticut State University Abstract The implementation of school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (SWPBIS) has been shown to reduce behavioral incidents and lead to more positive school climates.
Little empirical data exist regarding school counselors’ roles in effectively engaging and supporting JSOs toward school success. Springer, Temple University, and Dana Heller Levitt, Montclair State University Abstract Body image disturbance continues to be recognized in increasingly younger populations. Despite the growing popularity in schools, there lacks clear understanding of the school counselor role in this approach.The ability of school counselors and other professionals working in the school environment to understand and assist students who exhibit signs of NSSI is critically important. Working with nonsuicidal self-injurious adolescents. Two forms of exclusion were identified: being rejected and being ignored. What elementary students experience outside of the classroom: Children’s responses to social exclusion. Retrieved from of Article Theory and Research Volume 13, Number 2: Supervision of School Counseling Students: A Focus on Personal Growth, Wellness, and Development Adina Smith and Rebecca L.Research remains minimal on the subject and it is unclear whether or not schools across the country have proper protocols in place for working with students who exhibit signs of NSSI. Surveys were administered to third and fifth grade students in a Northeastern suburb in the United States to see how children respond overall and if younger and older elementary school students respond similarly. Koltz, Montana State University Abstract Results of a grounded theory study exploring the experiences and processes of school counseling students’ professional and personal growth are provided.Strengths and weaknesses of the group were also assessed at post-test.Innovative methods and practical applications for school counselors are discussed.An examination of their immediate reactions to the intervention revealed that the students experienced physical challenge and success, social challenge and success, emotional challenge and success, as well as cognitive challenge and success. The qualitative impact of adventure based counseling on sixth grade general education students. Retrieved from of Article Theory and Research Volume 14, Number 9: Collaborative Relationships Between Principals and School Counselors: Facilitating a Model for Developing a Working Alliance Melissa A.