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ERIC Number: ED066690
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 9
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Critical Concerns in Counselor Education.
Goldman, Leo
This paper was presented as part of a workshop titled "Preparation of Counselors for the 1970's" at the 1972 Convention of the American Personnel and Guidance Association in Chicago. Rather than a scholarly or technical analysis, the author used the opportunity to speak to several issues believed to be critical in the development of meaningful counselor education programs for the 1970's. It is a subjective personal statement and not necessarily influenced by the kinds of experiences and observations which the author has had. The paper is divided into the following subtopics: (1) Generalist or Specialist?, (2) The Storehouse Theory, (3) We Need Compulsives, (4) the Preservice-Inservice Division of Labor, (5) Manifold Roles: All OK, and (6) Full-time Study. In conclusion, the author emphasizes that he is not questioning or criticizing the present standards that exist, but rather asking whether we have failed to come to grips with some of the critical issues in the field. (Author/BW)
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Note: Presented at the American Personnel and Guidance Association Convention, March 25-30, 1972, Chicago, Illinois