Professional School Counseling

Professional School Counseling is a journal covering guidance program evaluation, development of new applications for theoretical ideas and current research in school counseling. Founded in 1967, the American School Counselor Association publishes this journal periodically throughout each school year. Article subjects for Professional School Counseling include education, psychology and psychiatry.

Articles from Vol. 7, No. 1, October

A Review of the School Counseling Literature for Themes Evolving from the Education Trust Initiative
The authors examine themes evolving from The Education Trust Initiative to determine how these themes are reflected in the professional school counseling literature. ********** The Education Trust conducted a series of focus groups in 1996 with...
Classroom Meetings: Encouraging a Climate of Cooperation
Educators must find ways to create a climate of cooperation in order to teach students the academic, social, and emotional skills they must possess to function successfully at home, at school, and in the community. Classroom meetings serve as an excellent...
Concerns of Newly Arrived Immigrant Students: Implications for School Counselors
The concerns of newly arrived immigrant students include the need for English language acquisition, the lack of social support networks and of social acceptance, racial labeling and categorization, acquiring new learning styles, post-traumatic stress...
Counseling African American Adolescents: The Impact of Race, Culture, and Middle Class Status
A substantial body of literature addresses the concerns of African American youngsters who experience social distress, academic difficulties, poverty, despair, and violence. This article focuses on issues of particular relevance to school counselors...
Development of an Instrument to Assess the Counseling Needs of Elementary School Students
The assessment of students' counseling needs as an integral component of development and implementation of an effective school counseling program is widely recognized. Unfortunately, however, this mandate has been hindered by lack of a psychometrically...
Helping Children Cope with Fears: Using Children's Literature in Classroom Guidance
Many children are dealing with adult fears such as death, crime, and war at early ages. School counselors can help children cope with these fears using stories from children's literature. The role that children's literature can play in teaching these...
The Effectiveness of the Warning Signs Program in Educating Youth about Violence Prevention: A Study with Urban High School Students
The effectiveness of the Warning Signs program in educating urban high school youth about the signs of potential violence in themselves and others was studied. No differences were found with exposure to the program. Rather, students in all groups identified...
Web-Based Resources for Legal and Ethical Issues in School Counseling
School counselors have a continuing need for accurate, contemporary information regarding legal and ethical issues. The authors of this article identify major sources of legal and ethical information relevant to school counselors that is available...
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