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School Counselor Consultation

Skills for Working Effectively with Parents, Teachers, and Other School Personnel

Brigman, Greg / Villares, Elizabeth / Mullis, Fran / Webb, Linda D. / White, JoAnna F.


2. Auflage März 2022
192 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-80931-9
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Explore a wide range of strategies and techniques to build your school counselor consulting skillset

In the newly revised Second Edition of School Counselor Consultation: Skills for Working Effectively With Parents, Teachers, and Other School Personnel, a team of distinguished counselors delivers a comprehensive and insightful exploration of the consultation process. With a strong focus on proven, practical techniques, this book offers readers a detailed case consultation model, an interactive workshop model, concise discussions of trauma-informed practices, consultations supporting students with anxiety, and more.

The book also includes:
* An emphasis on building the skills necessary for counselors to facilitate the personal, social, career, and academic growth of students.
* An integration of theory and practice using an experiential approach to developing consulting competence.
* Appendices and sample activities that outline the techniques and strategies used to support learning.

Perfect for students pursuing master's degrees in Education, School Counselor Consultation is also ideal for school counselling students and practitioners seeking a hands-on framework for applying consulting theory and approaches to the school setting.

Foreword xi

Introduction and Overview: Building Consultation Skills xiii

List of Tables xxii

Part I: Grounding Your Approach to Consultation in the Schools 1

1 School Counselors as Consultants 3

Personal and Professional Growth Orientation 4

Knowledge of Consultation and Human Behavior 4

Consultation Skills 4

A Multicultural and Diversity Perspective 5

Why Consult? 6

2 A School-Based Approach to Consultation: Supporting Models and Theories 8

Consultation in Schools 8

Theoretical Approach 9

Models of Consultation 10

Another Approach to Organization of Models 12

Models and Theory Central to this Approach 12

Case Consultation Model 13

Teaching/Workshop Model 14

3 The Practical Advantage of Adlerian Theory in Teacher and Parent Consultation 15

The Three Cs of the Adlerian Approach 16

Capable 16

Connected 17

Contributing 18

Encouragement 18

Mistaken Goals of Behavior 19

Attention-Seeking 20

Revenge- and Power-Seeking 21

Avoidance of Failure 22

Summary 23

4 Ethical Issues in Consultation 24

Tripartite Relationship 24

Information about the Student 25

Information about the Consultee 27

Nonsupervisory Relationship 27

Voluntary and Temporary Relationship 28

Encourages Consultee Self-Reliance 28

Work-Related Relationship 29

Other Ethical Issues 29

Working with Other Professionals 30

Competence 30

Values 30

Additional Considerations 31

Part II: Working in Schools as a Consultant 33

5 Case Consultation with Teachers and Parents 35

Basic Consultation Model 35

Before the Consultation 36

Step I: Prepare for the Consultation 36

During the Consultation 37

Step II: Define the Process and Develop the Relationship 37

Step III: Gather and Present Information about the Student 38

Summary of Five Question Guide 39

Step IV: Choose Behaviors to Work On 40

After the Consultation 43

Step V: Follow-Up 43

6 Typical Issues in School Consultation 44

How to Refer Students 44

Teach Your Faculty the Referral Process 45

Encourage Teacher Involvement 45

Let Teachers Know What to Expect with Regard to Follow-up 45

What Parents and Teachers Can Tell Students about Seeing the Counselor 45

Frequently Asked Questions 47

From Teachers 47

From Parents 47

From Administrators 47

Consultee Resistance 48

7 Workshops and Education Programs 49

Workshop Model 49

Programs for Teachers 50

Student Success Skills 52

Tribes: A New Way of Learning and Being Together 52

Open Circle 52

Preparing Parents for a Different Approach 52

Programs for Parents 53

Parent Success Skills 53

MegaSkills(r) 53

Roots and Wings: Raising Resilient Children 55

Building Successful Partnerships: A Guide for Developing Parent and Family Involvement 55

8 Other Opportunities for Consultation in Schools 56

Parent-Teacher-Counselor Conferences 56

Student-Teacher-Counselor Conferences 57

Teacher Team Consultation 58

Grade-Level Team Meetings 58

School-Based Teams 59

Consider Member Composition 59

Determine Meeting Logistics 59

The Consultative Process 61

Plans for Follow-up 62

Referral Teams 62

Common School-Based Recommendations for Students with Task Completion Difficulties 64

Teacher Advisor Programs 65

Other Suggestions about Kinds of Consultation 66

9 Classroom Meetings: Creating a Climate of Cooperation 68

Benefits of Classroom Meetings 68

The Classroom Meeting Format 69

Teaching Teachers to Use Classroom Meetings 71

Barriers to Effective Classroom Meetings and Strategies to Overcome them 71

10 Consultation with Administrators 74

The Importance of Gaining Administrator Support for Your Program 74

Crisis Intervention: Planning for and Responding to a Crisis 75

The Role of the School Counselor 75

Guidelines for Responding to a Crisis 76

School-Wide Plans 78

Web Sites with Links to Resources Related to Crisis Prevention and Response 78

Crisis and Trauma Resources: Professional Development 78

Additional Resources 78

The Process of School-Wide Change 79

The School Counselor and Discipline Planning 79

Advocating for Student Involvement When Assessing School-Wide Need 79

Providing Workshops/In-Service for Teachers 80

Providing Workshops/Information to Parents 80

Helping Administrators and Staff Understand the "Scope" of School-Wide Discipline 80

Being Involved in the Development of a School-Wide Plan for Discipline 80

A Four-Key Approach to School-Wide Discipline 81

Key 1: The Identification, Development, and Practice of Desired Social Skills 81

Key 2: Encouraging and Reinforcing Desired Behaviors 81

Key 3: Corrective Intervention Strategies and Consultation 81

Key 4: Support System and Additional Intervention Strategies for Students Who are Not Experiencing Success 82

11 Consultation in the Community 84

Referrals 84

Speakers Bureau 85

Parent Group 85

Parent-Teacher Organization 85

Service or Civic Clubs 86

Business Partners or Partners in Education 86

Community Task Forces 86

Grandparent Programs 87

Keys to Successful Community Involvement 87

Part III: Addressing 21st Century Needs 89

12 The School Counselor as Leader 91

Qualities and Styles of Effective Leadership 91

Social-Emotional Leadership 92

Servant Leadership 92

School Counselor's Role as Leader and Advocate 93

Transformative Leadership 94

Competencies to Advocate for School Counseling Roles 95

Promoting Equity and Cultural Competence 95

Multicultural and Social Justice Leadership Form (MSJLF) 96

Leading through Data-Driven Decision Making 97


13 Systemic Approach to School-Wide Consultation 100

Systemic Approach to School-Family-Community Consultation 101

Identification of Stakeholders in Systems and Metasystems 101

Evidence-Based Approaches and Activities 103

Systemic Social and Emotional Learning 103

Creating a Foundation of Support 104

Adult SEL Development 104

SEL for Students 104

Practice Continuous Improvement 105

Advocating for Student-within-Environment 105

Coregulation 105

Social Justice Initiative 106

14 Consultation Supporting Student Mental Health: Anxiety 108

Introduction to Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents 108

Prevalence of Anxiety and Depression 109

Anxiety Disorders 109

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) 111

Separation Anxiety 111

Social Anxiety (Social Phobia) 112

Panic Disorder (PD) 113

Specific Phobias 113

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 114

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) 114

Depression 115

Possible Interventions and Supports 115

The School Counselor's Role in Addressing Anxiety Issues in Students 116

15 Consultation and Trauma-Infused Practices 119

What is Trauma? 119

Recognizing the Signs of Trauma 121

Trauma-Informed Practices in Schools 122

The Role of the School Counselor in Building Trauma-Informed Schools 123

Design and Deliver a Comprehensive School Counseling Program 123

Pay Attention to the Classroom Climate 124

Address Trauma with a Multitiered Approach 125

Leverage Consultation to Strengthen Stakeholder Skills 127

Engage in School-Wide Practices to Promote and Empower All Students 129

Establish Community Partnerships 130

Summary 130

16 School Counselor Consultation and Working with Undocumented Students 132

Overview of Undocumented Students 132

DACA and Dreamers 133

Undocumented Students' Access to Education 134

Working with Undocumented Students and Families in Schools 135

Addressing Risk Factors Facing Undocumented Youth 136

Addressing the Needs of Undocumented Students at All Levels 137

Create Welcoming, Safe, and Supportive Environments 138

Improve School and Family Communication 138

Increase Awareness of Culturally Sensitive Practices 138

Support After-School Activities 139

Conduct Needs Assessments 139

Obtain Consent Early 139

Focus on College Readiness and Planning 139

Explore Career Opportunities 140

Provide Support for Students' Transition to College 140

Summary 142

About the Authors 144

References 146

Index 161
Greg Brigman, Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University

Elizabeth Villares, Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University

Fran Mullis, Ph.D., Georgia State University

Linda D. Webb, Ph.D., Florida State University

JoAnna F. White, Ed.D., Georgia State University

G. Brigman, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA; E. Villares, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA; F. Mullis, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA; L. D. Webb, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, USA; J. F. White, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, USA