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counselor

One who provides counseling services.
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It is no longer good enough for school counselors to select programs, deliver individual interventions, and run groups based on what seems best or what their instincts tell them.
These models also share the view that to be effective in understanding and evaluating their clients' career concerns, career counselors need to understand their own experiences by being aware of the many cultural contexts in which they themselves live and how these contexts have shaped their career-related opportunities, values, and beliefs (Bingham & Ward, 1994, 1997).
Counselors need to remember to have fun with their cabin--after all, that's why campers come to camp.
Culturally sensitive counselors enhance the counseling process for Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders.
The PSA counselors are the staff that are in the trenches, on the front lines, sort of where the rubber meets the road.
They first look to staff, like counselors to lay off, because reading and math skills are are so important in these standardized test days.
There is simply too much for the counselors to do, the system is too complex and ever-changing, and families seem to have less time than ever to work with the school on the process.
If students have already started working towards gaining job experience, the counselor will at least know they will be that much more prepared for the work force when they graduate.
First, it was designed to examine first-year counselor education graduate students' attitudes about race and gender.
I found that I savored those parts of the book and wanted to hear more from the people themselves because they gave voice to the actual experiences of being a counselor.
When principles conflict, a counselor may try to balance and weigh each obligation.
Over 50 percent of the Counselors responding to the member survey indicated that the single most significant factor to influence the recovery of the commercial real estate market is the absorption of excess office space.