Popular School Counseling Books
An Elementary Counselor's Beginning of the Year Introduction
Usborne Books for School Counseling
There are 5 great books for school counselors who are working with the diverse challenges of the next generation. Each book offers insight for supporting students that are experiencing personal or developmental change in the academic setting. As professional educators, school counselors provide a mental health perspective in conjunction with the student population and needs. Working proactively with students, the professional counselor supports the student before a crisis. These are individual planning sessions such as goal setting, career planning, and problem solving.
Hello Confident Elementary Counselors! Kate, Susan, and Vanessa here to share with you some of our favorite books for elementary school counselors. The three of us have teamed up to tell you about the books we love and also tell you a bit about ourselves. As elementary counselors, we know that books are an important tool to use in our programming. Children can easily connect to the characters in stories, which helps them begin to apply the message to their own life.
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Copyright EduKate and Inspire. Sophie Template designed by Georgia Lou Studios. I am most excited about reading The Use of Data in School Counseling because it will help to shape the framework of my school counseling program. I am hoping this book will give me more ideas about using data to support the needs of my school, which will help me to be more intentional about planning lessons. Here in Ohio, the Board of Education has decided that every school must adopt a standards-based school counselor evaluation system by September of this year. Something tells me that I am going to need to start collecting data, data, data.