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2) Student provides step-by-step process and activities to be covered in session #2 (research support for theoretical orientation and techniques required from at least one scholarly peer reviewed counseling journal, preferably ASCA’s journal, Professional School Counseling . Cite/attach handouts to be used. 3) Student identifies ASCA Standards and core academic standards covered in Session #1 and Session #2. Social skills B-SS 1. Use effective oral and written communication skills and listening skills Self -management skills B-SMS- Demonstrate effective coping skills when faced with a problem. 4) Student discusses the importance of supporting theoretical orientations and techniques in school counseling prevention and intervention programs.
Theoretical Orientation: Reality Specific Group Technique: Psycho educational Structure: This involuntary psychoeducational group is a 6-session closed group that will be six weeks in duration. Each session will be from 2:00-2:30 during the students’ free period and will be held in the multi-purpose conference room across from the lunch room. This group will be offered 4 times per year but can be offered more if needed. Materials/ Media: Colored pencils, paper, markers, glue, scissors Core ASCA Standard(s): ASCA Standard A.1, b. The professional school counselor is concerned with the educational, academic, career, personal and social needs and encourages maximum development of every student. Core State Academic Standards: Ohio Core State Standard A.2, Md. The professional school counselor will help the students represent and interpret data with up to four categories; complete a picture graph and compare the problems in the graphs. Cognitive-behavioral and skills-based approaches are the most widely studied and empirically validated treatments for anger and aggression in youth. Commonly used therapeutic techniques include affective education, relaxation training, cognitive restructuring, problem-solving skills, social skills training, and conflict resolution. These techniques, tailored to the individual child's and/or family's needs, can foster the development of more adaptive and prosocial behavior. Effective counseling occurs when counseling theory is used to help students work through issues. This is especially true when helping students through their own problems and find solutions. Theories hat are especially beneficial when dealing problem solving: Component #3: Ethical, Legal, Multicultural
1)Student identifies ethical and legal considerations in group work with minors in the schools and those specific to this group program. When leading a group with minors in schools, school counselors are faced with ethical, legal, and multicultural issues. As a school counselor, it is very important to consider these issues, in order to ensure that the student’s needs are met. School counselors advocate for the acceptance, respect, and fair treatment of all people. (ASCA, 2005). As a future school counselor, teaching

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