School Counseling Education
School Counseling Topics and Theories
Shaping students’ lives, reforming current educational systems, and helping to create a better future for all. This is the reason for school counselors to exist in our schools.
However, as simple as our goals for students are to explain, the road to achievement is not nearly as transparent. School counselors need comprehensive knowledge of various concepts, theories, practices and methods in order to be able to create counseling strategies, evaluation procedures and assessments.
The following are a list of practices, concepts and basic encompassing topics school counselors are familiar with:
- Human Growth and Development
- Individual Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Social & Cultural Issues in School Counseling
- Academic Achievement
- Evaluation of Student Progress
- School Counseling Program Evaluation
With the above mentioned conceptual and practical tools, school counselors are going to be paving the way toward a brighter future.
School counseling is one area where assessments and increasing accountability is helping to create a more progressive educational environment. When student psychology began to take a more prominent role in schools, school counselors and psychologists started to appear as education’s version of a research and development department. For any entity seeking advancement in their field, a comprehensive R&D program is absolutely essential.
You can learn more about acquiring these skills by contacting schools offering mental health counseling, school counseling and psychology degree programs.
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Featured Universities with School Counseling Programs
NYU Steinhardt's accredited master of arts program in Counseling and Guidance: School and Bilingual School Counseling. Through this online program, you will gain the skills you need to become a professional Pre-K-12 school counselor, working with children and families in your community to foster academic achievement and success. Click here to contact New York University and request information about their programs.
Earn a Master's degree in School Counseling online from the University of Denver. Learn from doctoral-level faculty in live classes and gain experience through mock counseling and in-field training. No GRE required. Click here to contact University of Denver and request information about their programs.
Become a professional school counselor in K-12 settings with an online Master of Education (ME) in School Counseling from top-ranked USC Rossier School of Education. Complete in as few as 20 months. Click here to contact USC Rossier School of Education and request information about their programs.