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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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School counselors at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels should be able to peruse the table of contents of every issue and find themselves drawn to articles that can provide the type of highly relevant and applied knowledge that can help them do their jobs better.
Therefore in the counselor and client relationship, it is important to define whether inactive behavior is due to difficulties in decision making or if inaction is due to other causes (depression, financial restraints, etc.
Acquiring knowledge about clients' cultural contexts and identities can indirectly promote a sense of cultural competence on the part of the counselor (e.
Here are some guidelines that can be helpful when the counselor identifies an unhappy camper or confronts conflict between campers:
In another study referred to by Zhang and Dixon (2003),Asian international students reportedly preferred to seek help from an older counselor of similar ethnicity.
Principal Judith Franks budgets about $100,000 a year to pay Lagos' salary and benefits year-round - making Valerio one of a few elementary schools with a full-time PSA counselor.
The role of the school counselor has evolved over the past century that the profession has existed, according to Jill Cook, director of programs at ASCA.
Yet how is it possible for the average public high school counselor (possibly spending only half of each week on college advising) to write 500 quality recommendation letters that will be of real use to colleges?
Consultants offer services similar to career counselors and charge roughly the same fee.
Another way the counselor could have helped me prepare for the work force was to help me find at least one person with a disability in the field to serve as a role model.
Although the QDI does not address other issues of diversity, such as issues of class, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, or national origin, it was selected for this study as a vehicle for examining attitudes of counselor education graduate students that encompass at least two major areas (i.
I would urge the genetic counselor not to collaborate with the couple.