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School Counseling Resource Manual: Practical Tools of the Trade by Barbara Trolley, PhD, CRC and Heather Haas, MSED

School Counseling Resource Manual: Practical Tools of the Trade

by Barbara Trolley, PhD, CRC and Heather Haas, MSED

660 pages
A resource manual offering school counselors practical forms and resources.

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About the Book

This book is designed as a practical, comprehensive resource guide for school counselor interns, as well as practicing school counselors. Specifically, through the specification of diverse examples of a gamut of professional and programmatic tools, it is designed to:

+ Enhance the provision of quality school counseling services by reducing time spent in case management tasks and allowing more time spent in direct services with students.

+ Stimulate creative thought in the regard to the ASCA service delivery components of Guidance Curriculum, Individual Planning, Responsive Services, and Systems Support by sharing various approaches in addressing similar topics.

+ Provide a means of accountability for services and advocacy for the profession by documenting services offered.

+ Increase marketability of new graduates by providing them with practical tools of the profession, which are supplemented with concise literature overviews, as well as with concrete samples for their portfolios.


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About the Author

Dr. Barbara Trolley is a licensed psychologist and certified rehabilitation counselor. She has worked for over three decades in the clinical and academic areas, with a major focus on issues related to children and teens, abuse, bereavement and adoption. She is currently a full time Counselor Education faculty member at St. Bonaventure University, where she is responsible for the training of school counselor graduate students.

Miss Heather S. Haas, MSED, received her Master's degree from St. Bonaventure University and is a school counselor and special educator. She has worked in a Special Act School in Hamburg, NY for four years with children with emotional disturbance and behavior difficulties. Working closely with the Chairperson of the Committee on Special Education and the intake coordinator for Day Student Services, she provides valuable insight into the planning and programming for student services. Heather is currently responsible for the GED Preparation and Career Exploration Program at Hpevale Union Free School.



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