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Counseling and Guidance

Counseling and guidance programs prepare individuals to work as school counselors with students in K-12 school settings. Read on for more info to help you decide if counseling and guidance is the right field for you.

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Counseling and guidance programs are generally available at the graduate level for students who want to work as guidance counselors in elementary and secondary schools. In addition to a master's degree, a certification or license is usually needed for employment.

Prior to entering a graduate program in guidance and counseling, students typically earn bachelor's degrees in fields such as teaching, psychology or other areas of social science and education. To learn more about how to become a school counselor, explore the many resources available at Study.com.

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