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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. Edition March 2022
192 Pages, 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 Matthew Lemberger-Truelove, PhD
Introduction and Overview
List of Tables

Part One: Grounding Your Approach to Consultation in the Schools

Chapter 1- School Counselors as Consultants
Chapter 2- A School-Based Approach to Consultation: Supporting Models and Theories
Chapter 3- The Practical Advantage of Adlerian Theory in Teacher and Parent Consultation
Chapter 4- Ethical Issues in Consultation

Part Two: Working in Schools as a Consultant

Chapter 5- Case Consultation with Teachers and Parents
Chapter 6- Typical Issues in School Consultation
Chapter 7- Workshops and Educational Programs
Chapter 8- Other Opportunities for Consultation in Schools
Chapter 9- Classroom Meetings: Creating a Climate of Cooperation
Chapter 10- Consultation with Administrators
Chapter 11- Consultation in the Community

Part Three: Addressing Twenty-First Century Needs

Chapter 12- The School Counselor as Leader
Chapter 13- A Systems Approach to School-Wide Consultation
Chapter 14- Consultation Supporting Student Mental Health: Anxiety
Chapter 15- Consultation and Trauma-Infused Practices
Chapter 16- School Counselor Consultation and Working with Undocumented Students

Concluding Remarks
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