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  • To be a counselor

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    my campers how to best enjoy their time at the Village, and grow as Orthodox Christians. As a counselor, I anticipate being a member of an awesome group of people who can count on each other to assist in performing the tasks of the job, and to be there for one another whenever they need it. When I recently attended the OCF College Conference at the Village, I saw that a lot of the people who were counselors over the summer had become best friends and would do anything for each other. I couldn’t even

  • The Guidance Counselor

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    The Guidance Counselor INTRODUCTION According to the U. S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook, Counselors are defined as persons who “assist people with personal, family, educational, mental health and career decisions and problems. Their duties depend on the individuals they serve and the settings in which they work” (169). Examples include Mental health counselors who help people cope with daily life issues such as marital, family, stress management, or addiction problems. These

  • Professional Counselors

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    span for those denoted as either cognitively, emotive, psychobiologically or as psychopathological restrictive individuals. To guide and ensure these population secures healthy living standards in the education and community environs Mental Health Counselors, (MHC) are staffed by states agencies such as, state governed Regional Centers. Each enactment established by U.S Department of Education in 2005 to advance education and environment requirements attempting to secure academic equality and quality

  • Principal's Perception of Counselors

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    historical overview, (b) importance of American School Counseling Association (ASCA) National Model, (c) educating principals to work with professional school counselors (d) critical incidents that shape principals perceptions, (e) professional school counselors actual and preferred duties and (f) the importance of professional school counselors advocating for themselves. We will conclude with discussion and fruitful areas for future research. Research Question Principals are significant to professional

  • Reflection Of A School Counselor

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    able to see in class. My last day at my site, we taught a lesson in her room. She was participating and interacting with her peers. Though the school counselor planned to continue to advocate for this student it was amazing to watch her grow in such a short time. Though my views have not changed about the ethical responsibilities of a school counselor, my views and beliefs have deepened. I feel personally attached to my beliefs and have a greater understanding as to why I stand for being an ethical

  • Mom: Teacher, Counselor, Role Model, and Friend

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    Mom:  Teacher, Counselor, Role Model, and Friend When asked to identify the person who has had the most powerful influence in my life, the most obvious choice is my mom. She has been my teacher, counselor, role model, and friend for the past 17 years. For me, she has become a source of inspiration and a constant reminder of what true love really means. In considering my mother's position and influence as a role model, I am reminded of a quote from Charlotte Bronte's Villette: "In addition

  • The Importance of School Counselors

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    across America. Many students see their counselor, to work on any emotional stressors, academic changes and challenges. This may include, interventions, group therapy and changes in class schedule, but sometimes with all the implementations given, students do not succeed in school. Perhaps one needs to take a closer look at the programs being implemented and its success rate. In addition, a counselor should guide itself using the ASCA (American School Counselor Association) to provide evidence based

  • My Summer as A Counselor In Training at Camp Morasha

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    My Summer as A Counselor In Traing at Camp Morasha Over the past few years, I have overcome many challenges. But the one that stands out in my mind the most occurred this past summer while I was working as a Counselor-in-Training at Camp Morasha. I, along with 40 other people my age, was assigned to bunks of kids ranging from ages eight to fifteen. I can still remember looking up at the list and seeing that I had been assigned to a bunk of nine and ten year olds. I felt violated because I felt

  • Career: School Counselor

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    My dream career is to become a school counselor. Researching the training and education, debt accrued, skills needed, work environment and so on educated me to a very full extent. My dream career will take a lot of focus and determination but I am confident in my ability to achieve what I set my mind too. A fair amount of training and education is needed to become a school counselor. You must first have a bachelor’s degree preferably in a Psychology related program. I will be obtaining my bachelor’s

  • Interview with a High School Counselor

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    system. School counselors are taking on new roles in schools as leaders, working with “school administration and staff in developing student attitudes and behavior which are necessary to maintain proper control, acceptable standards of self-discipline and a suitable learning environment within the school” (Secondary School Counselor 2012). Counselors work in “diverse community settings designed to provide a variety of counseling, rehabilitation, and support services” (Counselors, 2010). When working