- Counseling is a process by which the student and School Counselor work as a team.
- Working relationship between a School Counselor and student is crucial to supporting the therapeutic process.
- Explore and define present problem situations, develop future goals for an improved life, and work in a systematic fashion toward realizing those goals.
- Person-centered theoretical perspective: Students are capable of addressing/understanding difficulties through self-directed therapy.
- Variety of formats including individual, group, and family support.
- Act as an advocate for students to help support their needs, concerns, and well-being.
-Teach strategies/ coping skills
-Address strong feelings
-Assist in conflict resolution
-Address concerns of friendship/ conflict resolution
-Observation of behaviors
-Implementation of new strategies
-Implementation of Accommodations
-Facilitate communication between school and healthcare professionals
Reasons for Referral
-Social Skills/Study Skills
Who can refer?