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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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Then the guards took the Chief Counselor, and bound him with chains to prevent his struggling, and threw him away.
The editor gets first look at the scholarly work being produced by researchers and practitioners, and is able to read about a variety of exciting interventions and programs being delivered by school counselors. There is also an opportunity to work with a group of dedicated and highly talented professionals who, together, do the work that creates the journal you are now reading.
Rehabilitation counselors must ask the appropriate questions of their clientele to determine how individuals go about making decisions.
We believe that career counseling that is context sensitive includes explicit, ongoing attention not only to the client's cultural contexts but also to the cultural contexts of the counselors. In this article, we examine the significance of cultural factors that have an impact on the multicultural efficacy of career counseling from the counselor's perspective.
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.
Treating Police Stress: The Work and the Words of Peer Counselors by John M.
Although only 17 percent of schools report that the most emphasized goal of guidance programs is helping students with personal growth and development, counselors are more recently helping children feel safe in their classrooms and school buildings, a job that became more popular, and necessary, in the last decade, studies and experts say.
there are 97,000 guidance counselors, representing a tiny 1.7 percent of all school personnel.
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.
A focus on diversity, particularly in relation to the exploration of one's own attitudes, beliefs, and biases, is critical to the preparation of competent counselors, whether their intended work setting is on college campuses or in community agencies, private practice, career counseling centers, or schools.