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ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Personnel Services

Overview
Works: 234 works in 517 publications in 1 language and 8,968 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Case studies  Comparative studies  Abstracts 
Classifications: LB1027.5, 371.4
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Most widely held works by ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Personnel Services
Elementary school counseling in a changing world by Edwin R Gerler( Book )

3 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 208 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book of readings was developed to increase the reader's awareness of the cultural and social issues which face children and their counselors. It draws attention to environmental factors which impinge on both teaching and counseling techniques, and encourages counselors to re-examine their roles and interventions for the 1990s. The readings show counselors in elementary schools how to help children grow and develop in a changing world. Each chapter of the book contains articles that have been published in counseling journals during the 1980s. Each chapter begins with an introduction by the editors and concludes with a set of issues designed to stimulate thinking about the current state of elementary school counseling. Individual chapters focus on: (1) cultural diversity; (2) changing families; (3) drug abuse; (4) child abuse and neglect; (5) exceptional children; (6) technology; (7) the changing world of work; (8) learning in a changing world; (9) children's behavior in a changing world; and (10) human relations. (Nb)
Research and counseling : building strong school counseling programs( Book )

4 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 149 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Career guidance practices in school and community by Lorraine Sundal Hansen( Book )

2 editions published in 1970 in English and held by 136 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph is designed to determine what is being done in the nation's schools in the area of career guidance. From a survey of state departments of education, professional journals, research reports, colleges and universities, conference reports, vocational guidance specialists, and individual school systems; an attempt has been made to select proven programs and techniques related to the school curriculum. The monograph is organized into six chapters. Chapter One summarizes principles and trends of career development. Chapter Two describes current practices and programs. Chapter Three presents school community projects. Chapter Four discusses computer oriented systems. Chapter Five concerns guidance and vocational education and examples of programs. Chapter Six presents issues and challenges for the future. Included are chapter summaries, supplementary references and a subject index. (Author/CJ)
Developing support groups for students : helping students cope with crises( Book )

2 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 131 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph has been designed to meet the needs of students and schools for viable approaches to the growing stresses they must contend with in today's society. Its purpose is to respond to an expressed need for: (1) a collection of the best available resources on developing student support groups; (2) information on and examples of effectively functioning programs and practice other than support groups; (3) suggestions on how to design and implement programs; and (4) information on already evaluated resources--a way of finding out in advance if a particular resource is what they want. The monograph has been organized as a "kit" of six modules, each of which is capable of standing alone even while being part of a comprehensive program. The articles which make up the bulk of the document are all contained in the first three modules. Module 1 presents six articles designed to help the user broaden his/her perspective on student fears and crises. Module 2 presents 17 articles to help the user identify programs and practices useful in helping students cope with those fears and crises. Module 3 presents seven articles on developing and offering student self-help support groups. Module 4 offers a brief, step-by-step guide to designing and implementing student support programs. Module 5 contains 64 brief abstracts of significant resources. Module 6 lists sources for assistance and consultation. An appendix describes the eric system. (Abl)
Future studies in the K-12 curriculum by John D Haas( Book )

2 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 126 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

For teachers and curriculum developers, this monograph suggests ways to incorporate timely topics and current social issues into the established curriculum
Invitational learning for counseling and development by William Watson Purkey( Book )

2 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 123 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph describes the theory and practice of the invitational learning model as it applies to school counseling and development. Invitational learning is a paradigm for personal and professional functioning, and for organizational restructuring, based on four values regarding the nature of people and their potential and the nature of professional helping: respect, trust, optimism, and intentionality. Part I of the book develops the theory of invitational learning in five chapters which: define invitational learning (chapter 1); discuss foundations of invitational learning (chapter 2); identify four levels of functioning (chapter 3); explore the five "powerful P's" of places, policies, programs, processes, and people (chapter 4); and explain the "Four Corner Press" of being personally and professionally inviting with oneself and others (chapter 5). Part ii surveys the practice of invitational learning through seven essays by separate authors describing their experience in institutions or programs that employ the invitational learning model: (1) "The Baltimore County Guidance and Counseling Experience" (Donald E. McBrien); (2) "The Furman University Center for Excellence Experience" (Judy Lehr); (3) "The East Davidson High School Experience" (Debbie Chance); (4) "The Kansas Elementary School Curriculum Experience" (John H. Wilson); (5) "The Affton School District Experience" (Gary C. Benedict); (6) "The University of South Carolina Adjunct Instructor Experience" (Cheryl French Stehle); and (7) "The Sugar Loaf School Experience" (Joel Blackburn). Forty-eight references are included, and the inviting school checklist is appended, along with an Honor Roll of inviting schools. (Te)
Comprehensive guidance programs that work by Norman C Gysbers( Book )

3 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 121 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph describes how the comprehensive guidance model is transforming elementary-secondary school guidance and counseling programs in schools across the country. It incorporates the ideas and experiences of 12 guidance program developers in the actual use of the comprehensive guidance model in diverse school and cultural settings. The book is intended as a source of ideas, resources, and procedures to help state and local guidance and administrative personnel remodel and revitalize guidance in their schools. Papers included are: (1) "a Model Comprehensive Guidance Program" (Norman C. Gysbers); (2) "Missouri Comprehensive Guidance--A Model for Program Development, Implementation and Evaluation" (Robert J. Larivee and Marion F. Starr); (3) "Comprehensive Guidance in Alaska" (Jamie Buckner and Marie MacKenzie); (4) "Comprehensive Guidance in Montgomery County, Maryland" (John P. Goodloe); (5) "The Comprehensive Guidance Program in San Antonio" (Patricia Henderson); (6) "Guidance and Counseling New Hampshire Style" (Josephine B. Hayslip and James V. Carr); (7) "The Comprehensive Guidance Program in St. Joseph, Missouri" (Mark H. Hargens and Jean T. Johnson); (8) "An Effective Guidance and Counseling Program in Lincoln, Nebraska" (John Dudley); (9) "The Comprehensive Guidance Model at Hillsboro High School" (Gloria Morgan); and (10) "Afterthoughts" (Norman C. Gysbers). (Nb)
Empowering young black males by Courtland C Lee( Book )

2 editions published between 1991 and 1992 in English and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this book is to provide school counselors and related mental health professionals with important information to help them address the crisis of the Black male. The focus of the book is on Black male educational empowerment and how pupil personnel professionals can promote it in the school setting. The book examines important issues in the development of young Black males that must be understood to effectively facilitate their educational and social empowerment. In addition, it provides direction for implementing intervention programs that promote Black male empowerment in elementary and secondary schools. The book also suggests ways to actively involve teachers and the inherent strengths of Black communities in this important process. Chapter 1 offers an overview and interpretation of current statistical data on Black male educational progress from grades k-12. Chapter 2 examines the early psychosocial development of Black males. Chapter 3 discusses Black culture and its role in the development of the Black male. Chapter 4 is comprised of four Empowerment Training Modules that provide specific instructions on implementing a variety of approaches. Module 1 describes "The Young Lions," an empowerment program for Black males in grades 3-6. Module 2 describes "Black Manhood Training," a counseling program designed to promote the transition from boyhood to manhood of adolescent Black males. Module 3 is concerned with tapping respected elders in the community as male role models for Black youth. Module 4 addresses problems for Black male students that exist in the educational system and describe counselors' roles in educational advocacy. The four modules include listings of resources. Chapter 5 is a call to action for school counselors and related professionals that presents a comprehensive plan for the empowerment of young Black males. This book is designed as an action manual for school counseling professionals. The appendixes provide four poems and three classroom activities. (Contains 55 references.) (Abl)
How do I help my child say "no" to drugs? by Anne Blanford Libert( Book )

1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 107 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Counseling young students at risk : resources for elementary guidance counseling by Jeanne Bleuer( Book )

8 editions published between 1989 and 1991 in English and held by 106 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection of papers addresses seven critical problem areas that can place today's young students at risk. "Children in Self-Care" (Merlyn Pitney) discusses the key problems of the rapidly increasing number of "latch key" students who must fend for themselves before and/or after school. "Stress Management for Children" (Kristine Kunkle) shows that stress is experienced not just by adults even though there has been little attention paid to its impact on children and their school work. The problems of the increasing numbers of children whose parents have divorced are discussed in "Children of Divorce" (Cindy Russell). "Children of Alcoholic Parents" (Joyce Jagucki) presents a clear case for greater teacher and counselor attention to the difficulties of children from alcoholic families. "Children Who Are Victims of Sexual Abuse" (Debra Duetemeyer) provides alarming statistics about the number of abused children and guidelines for professionals to observe in identifying and working with these children. "Children Coping with Death and Loss" (Kathleen Ray) describes how schools can respond to these children in their sorrow. Finally, numerous esteem-enhancing resources that can lead to long-term rewards in student adjustment and achievement are discussed in "Self-Esteem and Academics" (Lynn Burton). A bibliography is included with each article. (Abl)
The teacher advisor program : an innovative approach to school guidance by Robert D Myrick( Book )

2 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 101 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The Teacher Advisor Program (TAP) is an innovative developmental approach to counseling that directly involves teachers as advisors to 18 to 20 students, with whom they meet both individually and in group sessions. An introductory chapter that cites the need for a developmental approach to counseling in contemporary schools and the potential role of teachers in guidance. The second chapter discusses the suitability and limitations of teachers as advisors, and then describes the design and purpose of TAP, discussing the counselor's role in such a program, approaches to building support for TAP among teachers, and critical factors for success of the program. Chapters 3 through 8 present case histories, by participants, of the following teacher advisor programs throughout the nation: (1) PRIME TIME in Sarasota, Florida middle schools (Bill Highland); (2) OUR TIME in Green Bay, Wisconsin (Sue Todey); (3) TA groups in La Porte, Indiana (Charles Blair); (4) the Middle School Advisory Program in the Collegiate Schools, Richmond, Virginia (Sally Chambers); (5) TAP in Pasco County, Florida (Madonna Wise and Cathy Micheau); and (6) Florida's Model and Pilot Schools (Elizabeth Lawson). The final chapter answers common teacher questions about the program and discusses staff development and training workshops. Appended are developmental guidance units, roles of school personnel in TAP, a sample advisement telephone call, and TAP staff development. References are included. (TE)
Helping children cope with fears and stress( Book )

2 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 98 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A resource book for counselors, teachers and educators to better understand how fears, phobias, anxiety and stress develop in children (K-8) and how they (children) can be assissted successfully in coping with omnipresent fears and stress
Counseling students through their individual learning styles by Shirley A Griggs( Book )

5 editions published between 1985 and 1987 in English and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The major purpose of this monograph is to provide counselors in elementary and secondary schools with information on learning style to enable them to diagnose the learning style of each student, utilize counseling interventions that complement individual learning style preferences and consult with teachers and parents regarding the accomodation of student learning style preferences in the classroom and at home. Application of the learning style approach is described as involving: (1) assessing the learning style of each student; (2) identifying patterns within the counseling caseload for grouping students according to learning style preferences; (3) interpreting learning style requirements of students for counseling purposes and applying complementary counseling approaches; and (4) evaluating student outcomes as a result of using the learning style model. Case studies are provided to assist counselors in applying the model at the elementary and secondary school levels. The learning style needs of special populations (gifted, physically disabled, school dropouts) are described. Descriptions of counseling programs that use learning preferences in counseling are provided. Research studies are outlined that show evidence that using the learning style approach in teaching and counseling results in improved academic achievement, more positive attitudes toward school, and selected developmental gains, such as increased career awareness. (Author/ABB)
Issues in training marriage and family therapists by Barbara F Okun( Book )

4 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 84 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Within the past decade, the field of marriage and family therapy has mushroomed. As a new and emerging professional specialization, marriage and family therapy is subject to control struggles as well as the proliferation of training modalities. This monograph, written for counselor education faculty, students, and family therapists, provides literature on select areas of marriage and family therapy (I.E., systems issues; training and supervision; and alternative family lifestyles) as they pertain to counselor education. The section on systems issues explores four aspects of program implementation: curricula and program development; accreditation requirements for the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (cacrep) and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (aamft); integration of marriage and family therapy into counselor education; and gender issues of family systems therapists. The section on training and supervision focuses on clinical training in family psychology and supervision from four perspectives: collegial process; a review of current practice; supervisee's perspective on live supervision; and the reflections of a supervisor. The alternative family lifestyles section addresses the training of divorce counselors and single parent family counseling. A list of references follows each article. (Bl)
Counseling teenage fathers : the "maximizing a life experience" (MALE) group by Wayne C Huey( Book )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 83 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Most teenage fathers care about what happens to their children and need to be given the opportunity to explore their concerns and feelings; however, they do not usually ask for help on their own. The Maximizing a Life Experience (MALE) program focuses on the goals of helping young men to understand their emotional as well as their legal rights and responsibilities as unwed fathers and to learn about available resources. The program, which consists of eight sessions plus a group evaluation, is described, and it is concluded that school counselors must become more active in responding to the silent cries of the forgotten half of the teenage pregnancy problem. (ABL)
Peer leaders in drug abuse prevention by Caroline E Mohai( Book )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 83 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Although peer leaders have been effectively assisting school staffs since the 1960s, they have recently assumed their most critical role to date. Peer leaders are leading other students through drug prevention curricula, particularly those based on the Special Influence Model (SIM), which seeks to stregthen students' awareness of and resistance to external pressures exerted by family, friends, and the media, and to internal pressures such as low self-esteem that can lead youth to drug use. In addition, peer leaders are serving as prevention program administrators and often are taking the leadership in developing alternative drug-free school and community activities. (ABL)
Outplacement counseling by Richard L Knowdell( Book )

4 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 83 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monographs discusses outplacement counseling (the process of helping a terminated employee secure new employment) in business and industry and in higher education. The first section, outplacement in business and industry, describes the emergence of outplacement services and discusses benefits and problems associated with the service. The processes involved in outplacement, I.E., helping the terminated employee adjust to termination, develop new career goals, and secure an appropriate new job, are detailed. In addition, an outline for a 3-day outplacement workshop for the business and industry setting is presented as well as a six-page annotated bibliography. The second section discusses outplacement in higher education, focusing on its usefulness for faculty career development. The Virginia Tech Comprehensive Education-Based Career Development Model is presented along with a report on faculty experience with the model. A four-page biliography concludes the section. Section 3 is a discussion of means to ensure the quality and effectiveness of outplacement services. (Jac)
Are school-based drug prevention programs working? by Caroline E Mohai( Book )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 82 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The effectiveness of many specific drug prevention strategies is not known yet, primarily because of poor program evaluation design. However, evidence has shown that interventions based on the social influence model are effective. Regardless of strategies employed, all prevention programs must start early; involve coordinated efforts with the community; include students, parents, teachers and community members in the planning process; and implement a systematic and comprehensive program. The program should be based on a clear hypothesis; contain different strategies for different populations; and give special attention to the needs of at-risk students. (ABL)
Developing and offering student self-help support groups : module 3 of "Developing support groups for students : helping students cope with crises."( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in English and held by 82 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Learning styles counseling by Shirley A Griggs( Book )

1 edition published in 1991 in English and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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