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Miller, Kimball Austin; Miller, Elaine King – School Counselor, 1979
Sets forth a theoretical framework for conceptualizing child abuse or neglect and provides some behavioral and nonbehavioral characteristics that may serve as indicators for triggering counselor response to report suspected abuse or neglect. (Author)
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Child Neglect, Child Welfare, Children
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McKalip, Keith J. – School Counselor, 1979
Presents an approach to developing acceptance of handicapped students in a mainstreaming situation by staff and normal students. Planning should be developed prior to the handicapped child's entrance into a regular classroom. Handicapped learner labels should be avoided. Counselors should provide leadership in this endeavor. (Author/BEF)
Descriptors: Counselor Role, Elementary Education, Guidelines, Handicapped Children
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Roark, Mary L. – School Counselor, 1992
Describes campus violence found on college campus, including rape, assault, hazing, harassment, and bias-related violence. Offers set of guidelines to assist high school students in assessing campus safety at colleges and universities they may be considering. Discusses high school counselor's role in providing information and perspectives that…
Descriptors: Aggression, College Choice, College Preparation, College Students
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McClure, Bud A.; And Others – School Counselor, 1992
Discusses the role on conflict and groups and manifestation of conflict in groups. Goes on to suggest strategies for resolving conflict among children. Offers suggestions for leaders of children's groups and suggests techniques for creative conflict applications. List of books and articles relevant to conflict resolution techniques that use…
Descriptors: Children, Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Cooperative Learning
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Downing, Jerry; Harrison, Tom – School Counselor, 1991
Describes counseling intervention system specific to "tough beat" crisis management. Describes "tough beat" as situation in which child suddenly behaves in way dramatically different from expected pattern. Notes difficulties parents have in responding to such situations and presents 10-step intervention plan for counselors. (NB)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Parent Role
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Peach, Larry; Reddick, Thomas L. – School Counselor, 1991
Asserts that school counselors can play vital role in the prevention of adolescent suicide. Lists warning signs of suicide risk and characteristics of at-risk students. Presents set of guidelines for helping potential suicide victims. Sees key to teenage suicide prevention to be communication skills. Identifies components for suicide prevention…
Descriptors: Adolescents, At Risk Persons, Communication Skills, Counselor Role
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Riordan, Richard J.; Verdel, Anne C. – School Counselor, 1991
Contends that school counselors should be able to discern sexual abuse in children using nonconfrontational approach such as art techniques and should recognize signs of sexual abuse in routine art products of children. Discusses indicators of sexual abuse, assessment in artwork, and counselor use of drawings. Includes table of indicators of…
Descriptors: Art Products, Child Abuse, Childrens Art, Counseling Techniques
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Rose-Gold, Marc S. – School Counselor, 1991
Reviews current literature on dropout prevention strategies and suggests intervention strategies that might be appropriate for small rural schools. Discusses unique characteristics of small rural schools and considers strategies of early identification, networking, group counseling, family counseling, academic tutoring-counseling combinations, and…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Counseling Techniques, Counselor Role, Dropout Prevention
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Bartholomew, Cheryl G.; Schnorr, Donna L. – School Counselor, 1994
Identifies what counselor must do to broaden career options for young women and work toward gender equity. Focuses on counselor awareness; cultural expectations and gender role stereotypes; mathematics and science stereotypes; self-concept; self-esteem and self-confidence; fear of success; family and life planning; parental and peer influence; and…
Descriptors: Career Choice, Counseling Techniques, Counselor Role, Elementary Secondary Education
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Kaplan, Jeffrey S. – School Counselor, 1994
Encourages teachers and counselors to become aware that there are some fine adolescent novels available that portray teenagers wrestling with difficult questions about being Jewish in today's world. Presents annotated list of novels categorized according to general concerns regarding Judaism (being different, religious practices, interdating and…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Bibliotherapy, Counseling Techniques, Cultural Pluralism
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Wilder, Pana – School Counselor, 1991
Asserts that, in addition to reporting and responding to child abuse, counselors must initiate education programs about abuse. Lists 12 ideas for counselors and school personnel to implement. The American School Counselor Association position paper on the school counselor and child abuse/neglect prevention, child abuse or neglect form, and list of…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Child Neglect, Counselor Role, Elementary Secondary Education
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Gladding, Samuel T.; Gladding, Claire – School Counselor, 1991
Covers practical step-by-step procedures of both traditional and interactive bibliotherapy, with an emphasis on the interactive process. Discusses benefits and problems of setting up a bibliotherapy program in the school. (NB)
Descriptors: Bibliotherapy, Counseling Techniques, Elementary Secondary Education, School Counselors
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Griggs, Shirley A.; Dunn, Rita – School Counselor, 1990
Presents 10 problems that youths confront as result of societal changes and shifting family values that have potential to disrupt or impede the educational, social, and/or emotional development of students. Provides itemized action steps for school counselors to work directly with the students and their parents and the philosophical reasoning…
Descriptors: Counselor Role, Cultural Influences, Elementary School Students, Elementary Secondary Education
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Minard, Susan M. – School Counselor, 1993
Discusses school counselor's role in working with students who may have been sexually abused. Defines sexual abuse, provides an overview of child sexual abuse, and identifies both counselor role as consultant to teachers and his/her role with parents. Describes preventive programs within the schools. Lists 19 behavioral indicators of sexual abuse…
Descriptors: Child Abuse, Client Characteristics (Human Services), Counselor Role, Elementary School Students
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Davis, Tom; Ritchie, Martin – School Counselor, 1993
Analyzes ethical/legal aspects of confidentiality and privileged communication as they relate to school counselors. Makes suggestions for establishing confidentiality in school setting while taking into account scope of practice issues and obligations of informed consent. Presents guidelines for when and how to break confidentiality in situations…
Descriptors: Confidentiality, Elementary Secondary Education, Ethics, Legal Responsibility
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