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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.
Rehabilitation counselors are most frequently called upon to assist individuals with a disability in making an appropriate choice in occupational areas that are compatible with the vocational, psychological, and social information gathered (Rubin & Roessler, 2001).
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).
Our role as counselors is to help facilitate positive change.
Initially, counselors must be knowledgeable of the basic traditions that have been recognized in this multicultural group of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders.
Employees fear the plan again puts PSA counselors in danger of being laid off, which they believe would be a tragic move.
Using the national model, school counselors look to build positive school attitudes and behaviors, effective writing and reading skills and homework completion skills by effecting change on students' academic, career and social/emotional development.
Although the QDI does not address other issues of diversity, such as issues of class, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, or national origin, it was selected for this study as a vehicle for examining attitudes of counselor education graduate students that encompass at least two major areas (i.
When principles conflict, a counselor may try to balance and weigh each obligation.
Fifty-three percent of the Counselors indicated that the leading source of financing for construction in the next two years will be domestic banks.