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School social workers serve students through methods such as individual or group counseling, skill building, mental health assessments, and advocating for the student’s overall needs. A school social worker’s role also supports teachers in design and implementation of student accommodations and interventi... ... middle of paper ... ...ervices, and Dispositions: Year One Result. Children and Schools, 26(1), 5. Lynn, C. J., McKay, M. M., & Atkins, M. (2003, October). School Social Work: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Students Through Collaboration with Teachers.
According to the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), high school is a time for students to transition into adulthood and the work of work, begin separating from their parents, and exploring and defining their independence. They need guidance in making concrete and compounded decisions. This is where school counselors come in to help these students guide them with information. While interviewing the high school counselor of my choice Mr. Lee Ryland, this learner has learned that Mr. Ryland’s responsibilities as head school counselor i... ... middle of paper ... ...and then peer approval, trying to be accepted in a group. Having strong counselors is a good foundation for a school; these educators are here to help promote academic success.
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