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Students will review:
This chapter helps students review the concepts in a school counseling unit of a standard counseling course. Topics covered include:
- Emphasis of counseling in elementary schools
- Common concerns with elementary school children
- Counseling for middle and secondary schools
- Typical issues with children in middle and secondary schools
- College and university counseling
1. Counseling in Elementary Schools
Ever wonder what an elementary school counselor does? In this lesson, we will look into counseling at an elementary school, including types of counseling and strategies used in the process.
2. Common Issues with Elementary School Children
While childhood is meant to be a happy time, there are many children for whom it is a time of emotional difficulty. This lesson looks into some challenges that are common to elementary-aged children.
3. Counseling in Middle/Secondary Schools
How do middle and high school counselors guide their students? In this lesson, we're going to look into the different formats they use and how these benefit their students.
4. Common Issues with Middle/Secondary School Children
You may have had a tough time during your middle or high school years; during that time, it's common for teens to go through various emotional challenges. Here, we will look into several issues that are commonly faced during this time.
5. Counseling in Colleges and Universities
College can be an exciting time of life. But for many students, it can also bring about common emotional challenges, like depression, anxiety, addiction, ADHD, and eating disorders.
6. Talking to Children About Adoption
How do you talk to children who are adopted about their origins? For parents of adopted children, the fear of a misstep in this matter can be a great concern. This lesson discusses these issues and gives some tips on how to approach the discussion.
7. Talking to Children About Cancer
This lesson discusses how a parent can talk to their child about a cancer diagnosis. The lesson talks about general guidelines and then how to talk to young children, teens and adult children about cancer.
8. Talking to Children About Death
This lesson looks at how parents can talk to children about death. Children at different levels of development will understand differently, so talking to children in different age groups is discussed.
9. Talking to Children About Divorce
This lesson focuses on how parents can effectively and honestly talk to their children about an upcoming divorce. The lesson talks about how parents can introduce the topic and differences in how children will understand the topic according to age.
10. Talking to Children About Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is a delicate subject that even adults have problems with. When dealing with children living in these situations, the matter can seem impossible to approach. However, talking with children about these events is crucial to their recovery.
11. Talking to Children About Sex
This lesson briefly discusses how parents can talk to their children about sex. We'll look at when a couple should start planning for this, how to talk to children at different ages, and the information that needs to be given to different age groups.
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Other chapters within the Counseling 101: Help and Review course
- The History of Counseling and Psychotherapy: Help and Review
- The Professional Counselor: Help and Review
- The Counseling Process: Help and Review
- Theoretical Approaches in Counseling: Help and Review
- Ethical and Legal Issues in Counseling: Help and Review
- Human Growth and Development in Counseling: Help and Review
- Career Counseling: Help and Review
- Help & Review for Substance Abuse, Mental Health & Rehabilitation Counseling
- Social and Cultural Elements of Counseling: Help and Review
- Marriage and Family Counseling: Help and Review
- Group Counseling: Help and Review