Applying Techniques to Common Encounters in School Counseling: A Case-Based Approach
"... In the development of training and practice, as a student and as a professional school counselor, counselors are searching for tangible, grounded real life examples of how to transfer and apply theory into practice for commonly encountered counseling situations.
The purpose of this text is to introduce students in training and new professional school counselors to various situations each is likely to come across during training and the first 5 years of practice. It is our hope that exposure to these experiences and attention to the diverse theoretical approaches that can be applied to resolve these student situations will enhance your training and better prepare you to deal with a variety of situations. ..." --Preface.
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Byrd, Rebekah T. and Erford, Bradley T., "Applying Techniques to Common Encounters in School Counseling: A Case-Based Approach" (2014). ETSU Authors Bookshelf. 86.