Counseling - Joey Cacchione 4/19/10 Counseling Andrew...

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Joey Cacchione 4/19/10 Counseling Andrew Brimhall spoke to our class in one of the more entertaining presentations of the semester. He started his presentation by having us play a game that teaches us how sometimes it is okay to seek help from others when we need it. Counselors are there to offer the help when needed by others. I found this career interesting in the same way that I found psychology interesting. Counseling to me seems like psychology, but with many different areas to help and with a lesser pay. I found marriage counseling the most interesting out of the counselors introduced because they are the counselors I have heard the most of in movies and television. I learned though that counselors not only work in clinics, but they also work in high schools almost as psychologists. They work to help students to succeed as much as they can in school by evaluating students’ interests, goals and talents. One question, which he may have answered, is whether or not I could obtain a degree in counseling, but then go to graduate school for psychology, or vice versa. I
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course SPAN 210 taught by Professor Lopez during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.

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Counseling - Joey Cacchione 4/19/10 Counseling Andrew...

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