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counsellor

(US), counselor
1. a person, such as a social worker, who is involved in counselling
2. US a lawyer, esp one who conducts cases in court; attorney
3. a senior British diplomatic officer
4. a US diplomatic officer ranking just below an ambassador or minister
5. a person who advises students or others on personal problems or academic and occupational choice
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Simply put, I believe Professional School Counseling, as the flagship journal of the sole national organization devoted to school counselors, should promote the interests and needs of the profession of school counseling.
Rehabilitation counselors believe that there are multiple ways for individuals with disabilities to move from one point to another in order to reach their goals.
It is critical that career counselors explicitly work to ensure that clients' concerns are understood within their cultural context to help understand how those differential experiences affect development and career choices (or lack of choices).
Whatever we focus on as counselors is what we reinforce in the group.
There is a constellation of considerations for counselors dealing with Asian American/ Pacific Islander clients.
Lagos is one of 270 pupil-service and attendance counselors in the school district - workers on the front lines of LAUSD's new $600,000 Count Me In
And when they experience firsthand the limited access to counselors in their own high schools, they become frustrated and dismayed.
Career Counselors must meet a minimum education requirement (a master's degree) and have to be licensed by the state.
Just as rehabilitation counselors are so helpful through college, they also can aid the student with disabilities to transition to the workforce.
Although more limited definitions of diversity are restricted to discussions of race/ethnicity, counselors must be knowledgeable about and sensitive to issues surrounding a number of equally important factors that also come under the "diversity umbrella" (e.
Here, we attempt to convey the flavor of those responses as well as explore what ethicists, geneticists, and genetic counselors think about the same four cases.