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Guidance and Counselling for Children and Adolescents in Schools
This book effectively presents an insightful blend of theoretical ideas, practical realities and ways of engaging with children and adolescents. All teacher-education programmes expansively define the role of teachers and their responsibility towards guiding and counselling students. This book serves to help student-teachers and in-service teachers to understand their role as counsellors and build perspectives about the mental health concerns of students. Rendering ground realities within theoretical approaches to psychotherapy and mental health, it serves as a useful resource for practitioners and researchers in education. The book is based on more than three decades of experience of the authors in the fields of education and psychology and experiential understanding of contemporary times.
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The International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling is published under the auspices of the International Association for Counselling. It promotes the exchange of information about counselling activities throughout the world. The journal contains conceptual, practical and research contributions that provide an international perspective on the following areas:. The International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling publishes original articles, major addresses and papers presented at the International Association for Counselling and other major international meetings, as well as thematic reviews and discussions related to guidance and counselling. Chin-Ping Liou September Melissa Zeligman , Laura R. Shannonhouse … September
Guidance counseling , byname counseling and guidance , the process of helping individuals discover and develop their educational, vocational, and psychological potentialities and thereby to achieve an optimal level of personal happiness and social usefulness. It is implicit in the philosophy of counseling that these objectives are complementary rather than conflicting. The function of those who guide children and young people is not to effect a compromise between the requirements of individuals on the one hand and the demands of the community on the other. It is rather to orient the individual toward those opportunities afforded by his environment that can best guarantee the fulfillment of his personal needs and aspirations. Guidance, in this sense, is a pervasive activity in which many persons and organizations take part. It is afforded to individuals by their parents, relatives, and friends and by the community at large through various educational, industrial, social, religious, and political agencies and, particularly, through the press and broadcasting services.
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