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ERIC Number: ED012074
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Nov
Pages: 22
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Reference Count: 0
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THE SCHOOL COUNSELLOR IN A CHANGING SOCIETY.
WILLIAMSON, E. G.
THE MAJOR CHANGES IN COUNSELING THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE OVER THE LAST HALF-CENTURY ARE (1) THE DEVELOPMENT OF CAREER CHOICE WITH THE IDEA OF CHANGE IN MIND, (2) THE ESTABLISHMENT OF AN INDIVIDUALIZED VALUE HIERARCHY, (3) THE EMPHASIS ON PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT, (4) THE CONCEPT OF COUNSELING RELATIONSHIPS AS A NUMBER OF INTERRELATED RELATIONSHIPS, (5) THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PERSON AS AN INDIVIDUAL, (6) THE ABANDONMENT OF COUNSELOR NEUTRALITY, (7) THE COUNSELOR'S ABILITY TO RISE ABOVE HIS OWN PREJUDICES, (8) THE MOVE TO HELPING THE COUNSELOR LEARN TO ADAPT TO AUTOMATION, (9) THE COUNSELOR'S INVOLVEMENT WITH DISCIPLINE WHICH IS CHARACTER MOLDING, AND (10) THE NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN COUNSELOR TRAINING AND GROWTH. COUNSELORS ARE GRADUALLY GOING BEYOND TECHNIQUE, AND, IN THE FUTURE, TECHNIQUE MUST BE DEVELOPED ON A TECHNOLOGICAL FOUNDATION OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT. THESE BASIC CHANGES WILL ALLOW THE COUNSELOR TO AID STUDENTS TO MORE EFFECTIVELY BECOME FULLY HUMANE PERSONS. THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE ONTARIO SCHOOL COUNSELLOR'S ASSOCIATION (2D, DON MILLS, NOVEMBER 10-12, 1966). (AF)
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Identifiers: Mills (Don); ONTARIO