Introductory and Organizing Principles
Book Summary: Applying Techniques to Common Encounters in School Counseling: A Case-Based Approach helps counselors in training bridge the gap between theory and practice by showing them how to theoretically frame or understand the problems and issues they encounter, how to proceed, and what action steps to take when they enter the field as school counselors. It answers the questions new counselors have in real school settings, such as What is it really like to live the life of a professional school counselor? How does the theory presented in the classroom apply to the myriad of situations encountered in the real life, everyday school setting? Case studies and scenarios give readers examples of many commonly encountered presenting issues. For each scenario the case is introduced, background information is supplied, and initial processing questions are posed. The authors include a discussion of the theoretical models or frameworks used to address the issue, along with a table segmented by theoretical paradigm and grade level that includes other techniques that could be used in the presenting case. With these tools at their disposal, readers gain a firm understanding of the issues from several frames of reference, along with interventions meant to create movement toward a successful resolution.
Byrd, Rebekah J.; and Bradley, T. B.. 2013. Introductory and Organizing Principles. Applying Techniques to Common Encounters in School Counseling: A Case-Based Approach (Erford) 1st Edition. Meredith Fossel and Pamela Bennett, Eds. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. 1-6. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0132842386//ref=cm_sw_su_dp ISBN: 9780132842389