School Counseling Flashcards

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3 strategies a counselor may employ during a counseling session.

Play Therapy

Art Therapy

Games

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_____ involve the counselor addressing topics such as academic skills or test taking skills.
Class Seminars
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During _____ counseling sessions, the counselor may have a group of 5-8 students. The students share with each other.
Small Group
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During _____ counseling sessions, the counselor may address issues such as personal, academic, or past issues.
Individual
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Study skills and goal setting are examples of topics a counselor may cover during an _____ session.
Academic
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During _____ classes, a counselor may address issues such as bullying, self-esteem, and conflict resolution.
Mental Health
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3 types of counseling a counselor may use in elementary school.

Individual Counseling

Small Group Counseling

Class Seminars

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The school counselor is an important team member of any school's faculty and staff. A school counselor may be the only individual who provides students with an environment where they feel supported and safe. Beyond addressing personal needs, the school counselor provides many interventions and strategies such as individual sessions, small group sessions, and class seminars to address student needs. Strategies the counselor may employ involve games, play, or art. With this set of flashcards, you will take a brief look at the interventions and strategies counselors use when working with elementary, middle, and secondary school students.

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3 types of counseling a counselor may use in elementary school.

Individual Counseling

Small Group Counseling

Class Seminars

During _____ classes, a counselor may address issues such as bullying, self-esteem, and conflict resolution.
Mental Health
Study skills and goal setting are examples of topics a counselor may cover during an _____ session.
Academic
During _____ counseling sessions, the counselor may address issues such as personal, academic, or past issues.
Individual
During _____ counseling sessions, the counselor may have a group of 5-8 students. The students share with each other.
Small Group
_____ involve the counselor addressing topics such as academic skills or test taking skills.
Class Seminars
3 strategies a counselor may employ during a counseling session.

Play Therapy

Art Therapy

Games

When a student is reluctant to talk, the counselor may utilize this type of therapy which involves paints and drawing.
Art Therapy
Shooting a basketball after you share with the group, using dolls in small groups, or using a sand box are example of this type of therapy.
Play Therapy
_____ such as using stickers depicting emotions or the Stop, Think, and Relax workbook are therapeutic strategies that provide students with the opportunity to share and learn.
Games
Five types of interventions used by counselors in middle school and secondary school.

Individual Sessions

Group Sessions

Career Development

Service Coordination

IEP Work

One unique aspect of group counseling is students _____ with each other and are not alone.
Share
This intervention involves academic guidance along with guidance pertaining to colleges and future careers.
Career Development
This intervention involves developing personalized education plans for disabled students to ensure academic success.
IEP Work
Term meaning teamwork. Input from teachers and the student's family is critical to the counselor's work.
Collaboration

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