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Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of thetext, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objectivesummary of the text.Session #2ASCA Personal/Social Development - PS:A1 Acquire Self-knowledgePS:A1.5 Identify and express feelingsPS:A1.9 Demonstrate cooperative behavior in groupsPS:A2 Acquire Interpersonal SkillsPS:A2.2 Respect alternative points of viewPS:B1 Self-knowledge ApplicationPS:B1.6 Know how to apply conflict resolution skillsSchool Counseling Content: Behavior Standard: B-SS 2. Create positive and supportive relationships withother students.Mathematics Content:CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.HSS.IC.B.4Use data from a sample survey to estimate a population mean or proportion; develop a margin of errorthrough the use of simulation models for random sampling.4) Student discusses the importance of supporting theoretical orientations and techniques in schoolcounseling prevention and intervention programs.As stated in the Gladding (2016) text, the group’s theoretical orientation is a “statement about how theleader thinks and conducts a group” (p. 84). The theoretical base must align with the needs of the groupand the facilitator should be aware of the limitations and strengths of the approach used. Also, thefacilitator must account for variables by using an eclectic theoretical approach (Gladding, 2016). Using a
theoretical approach is important because there is empirical data that proves the effectiveness of eachapproach and school counselors should not waste time using techniques that have not been proven towork.Attachmentsrelationships_healthy_vs_unhealthy_mylemarks_llc___fillable.pdfrelationships_relationships_red_flags_mylemarks_llc.pdfrelationships_healthy_dating_relationships_mylemarks_llc.pdfDear_Abbey_letter.docxPain_by_Rose_Caraway.pdfhealthy_relationships_resolving_conflict_in_a_relationship__teen__mylemarks_llc.pdfComponent #3: Ethical, Legal, Multicultural1) Student identifies ethical and legal considerations in group work with minors in the schools andthose specific to this group program.The ASCA Ethical Standards for school counselors states that school counselors have a responsibility tostudents and their parents. Ethical and legal considerations regarding parents are to respect the rights ofthe parents and to always get consent before conducting any group with a minor. Inform parents of allconfidentiality rules that apply to them and their children. For this particular group, the responsibilitiesto the student are confidentiality, informed consent, respecting their diversity, encouraging student’smaximum development in the areas of social/emotional development. School counselors must provideopportunities for students to develop their mindsets and behaviors.2) Student creates a signed consent form to be distributed to parents of students prior to participationin group counseling to include limits to confidentiality in group work (attach as a supplemental form in

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