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School Counselling

Program Objectives

  1. To provide academic and experiential preparation in the major content areas of school counseling, grades K-12, in accordance with the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Program's standards for school counseling programs.
  2. To provide supervised opportunities for practical application of school counseling that underscore academic learning.
  3. To train students in ethical practices o school counseling as prescribed by the American Counseling Association and the American School Counselor Association.
  4. To require knowledge, application, analysis, and reflection of current thought and research in the field.
  5. To required knowledge, recognition, and ability to work with children in a school setting in developmental, preventative, remedial, and crisis counseling.
  6. To develop knowledge and skills in consulting with faculty, parents, and referral sources in the community.
  7. To develop technological skills necessary to function as a school counselor.
  8. To require an internship experience that integrates the program's content and skills with on-site activities and assessment.
  9. To develop knowledge of ability to work with an array of diversity issues that are present in a K-12 environment.
  10. To foster personal growth with professional knowledge and skill development.

 

School Counseling Coordinator: Dr. Karla Diehl / Phone: 301-687-4422