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    family to help the child. A psychologist needs to build a rapport with parents and is often the first person to bring additional specialist to the IEP team. The psychologist has to be the front voice to help the parents decipher all the information. The psychologist will also maintain communication as each new team member (occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, etc.) is introduced to the family the psychologist needs to be able to provide reliable resources and must be current on websites, literature, and resources within the community. They are essentially training the parents on how to become a strong advocates for their children. It is important to be able to guide, support, and educate the…

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    When becoming a school consultant, it is important to be able to have reflective thinking on the training that is received during the consultation course along with peer supervision. When we think about becoming a school consultant, there are many obstacles that one would come across, that consultant should be ready to tackle. It can become a difficult task, trying to determine what role you should play, especially when the consultant is still trying to figure out their place in the setting. As…

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    Family expectations and obligations can cause anxiety among adolescents. When students become overwhelmed with school work, peer pressure, and family obligations their ability to make sound decisions can become compromised. Anxiety can cause them to lose sleep, over worry and some adolescents can become depressed. When working with students individually, it is important for the school counselor to be active listeners. One should have an awareness of the student cultural backgrounds and an…

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    information that was gleamed from our current policy. STRENGTHS OF THE CURRENT PLAN The current policy stressed the importance of communication in the case of an emergency. This section of the plan provided transparent, effective internal and external communication action steps between the school, staff, students, parents, the community, emergency responders and media. Another important component of the communication section highlighted alternative means to provide updates in case of a…

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    I grew up in a small church, where my mom was a Sunday school teacher and my dad was the Assistant Pastor. They also were involved in the youth a lot. Growing up, I can remember driving down the road on our way to church and seeing kids that knew or my mom knew and we would ask them if they wanted to go to church with us. Next thing you knew, we have like 5-6 local kids going to church with us. I can remember when we use to ask them where they lived so we could make sure that it was alright with…

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    The school leaving age in England had been set at age 16 since 1972. The Education & Skills Act (2008) increased the `age of participation` to age 17 from 2013 and then to age 18 from 2015. This has meant that any young person born on or after 1st September 1997 has to participate in some form of education or training until the age of 18. Young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) has been an increasing social problem for the Government. Barry Sheerman, who is a Labour MP,…

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    School, and the school counselor. The focus group interview session enabled the researcher to build conversations around specific topics, and allowed the interviewer to build increased levels of rapport with the participants. The first questions asked of the focus group focused on the meaning of parent involvement to parent parents. JP, the school counselor replied, “There is a group of parents that expects their kids to be taken care of 100% in their growth of education and socialization.” CS,…

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    individuals who work for them, bring up ethical issues of what services are being cut to make room for academic study (Perryman, 2015). Counselors, principals, teachers, and school psychologists are required to fulfil standards which time may not allow, or worse, be available. At what risk are student’s social and emotional well-being suffering due to lack of therapeutic resources? This issue, though not new, has been discussed at length, and the realities of this situation have become more…

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    The ASCA National Model themes are divided into four different categories: leadership, collaboration, advocacy and systemic change. The leadership component describes the counselor as being an advocate for change. School counselors provide equitable services and programs for all students. Whether at the elementary, middle or high school level, all school counselors have the ability to lead. Effective school counselor leadership requires: • visionary thinking • challenging inequities • shared…

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    the school. There is an additional level in Hogwarts comprised of select students. Every year, there are two Prefects chosen from each House as well as one Head Boy and Head Girl from the entire student body. These students serve as assistants to the professors and Heads of Houses. It is, however, difficult to see where they rank in the overall hierarchical structure. The next aspect of the structural frame is specialization and coordination. As a school, Hogwarts’s employees are professors…

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