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School Counselors: How We Can Help You. Angela Fennell. Role of the School Counselor. American School Counselor Association (ASCA) (Texas) School Counseling Model

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School counselors how we can help you

School Counselors: How We Can Help You

Angela Fennell


Role of the school counselor

Role of the School Counselor

  • American School Counselor Association (ASCA)

  • (Texas) School Counseling Model

    • focus on academic, career, and personal/social developmentof ALL students with the primary objective of promoting and enhancing student learning

  • My goal, as school counselor, is to help ALL of our students be academically successful!


What is my training

What is my training?

  • I am currently a student doing internship for my Master’s in Education in School Counseling.

  • 48 hour program Theories in Counseling

    • Professionalism, Ethics and Law

    • Human Growth & Development

    • Group Counseling and Theories

    • Foundations in Counseling

    • Measurement and Assessment

    • Research in Counseling

    • Career Counseling

    • Crisis Prevention and Intervention

    • Developmental Guidance and Counseling

    • School Counseling Practicum

    • Multicultural Counseling


So how can i or we can help you

So how can I (or we) can help you?


Promoting academics

Promoting Academics

  • Individual Counseling (at-risk students)

  • Group Counseling (at-risk students)

  • Classroom Guidance (prevention)

  • Parent/Teacher Workshops

    • Study skills

    • Test taking skills

    • Organizational skills

    • Creating a positive learning environment


Promoting career awareness

Promoting Career Awareness

  • Individual Counseling

  • Group Counseling

  • Classroom Guidance

  • Parent Workshops

  • School-Wide Events

    • Awareness

    • Interest inventories

    • College admissions

    • Career fair


Addressing personal social needs

Addressing Personal/Social Needs

  • Individual Counseling

  • Group Counseling

  • Classroom Guidance

  • Parent/Teacher Workshops

  • School-Wide Events

    • Anxiety, depression

    • Bullying, violence

    • Divorce, grief


Comprehensive school counseling programs

Comprehensive School Counseling Programs

  • Prevention Services

    • Classroom Guidance

    • School-Wide Events

  • Intervention Services

    • Individual Counseling

    • Group Counseling

  • Support Services

    • Parent Workshops

    • Teacher Workshops


Importance of cscp for students

Importance of CSCP for Students

Numerous research studies have demonstrated that students in schools with a comprehensive school counseling program benefit in the following ways:

  • Academically

    • Higher grades

    • Better prepared for future

    • Higher test scores

    • Reduction of classroom disturbances due to behavior

  • Career

    • Increased college attendance

    • Understanding the relevance of education

  • Personal/Social

    • Prevention of suicide

    • Decreased disciplinary concerns

    • Reduction of bullying and aggressive behaviors

    • Improvement of student/teacher and student/ parent relationships


Let s work together

Let’s Work Together

  • By refocusing our efforts on helping our school and district meet our goals, the school counseling program looks forward to developing and implementing prevention, intervention, and support services designed for our school’s needs!


Action plan

Action Plan

  • Individual & Group Counseling

    • Study Skills

    • Social Skills

    • Career counseling and scheduling

    • Responsive services

  • Classroom Guidance

    • This will focus on what our school needs are.


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Action Plan

  • Teacher Workshop

    • Classroom management

    • ADHD student management

    • HB5

  • Parent Workshops

    • HB5

    • Adolescent growth and development

    • Helping your child at home

    • Current trends

  • School-Wide Events

    • Career fair

    • Character in action

    • Red Ribbon Awareness


Working together we can all help our students be successful

Working together, we can all help our students be successful!


Developed with the help of

Developed with the help of…

  • Dr. Kimberly R. Hall, MCA Advocacy Co-Chair & Associate Professor

  • Jeri Lynn Rushing, MCA Advocacy Co-Chair & School Counselor

  • MSU Students in School Counseling:

    • Whitney Alford

    • Courtney Allen

    • Rachael Ammons

    • Beth Benson

    • Emily Cayson

    • Joe Evans

    • Reginald Gandy

    • Chaiqua Harris

    • Chris Johnston

    • Michael Keeton

  • MSU Students

    • Holly Morgan

    • Sarah O’Brien

    • Rachel Owens

    • Kelly Roberts

    • Brittany Rowe

    • Chelsey Rushing

    • Maria Schoen

    • Brittany Steer

    • Megan Stone

    • Chris Turner

    • Paul Young

  • Jessica Hubbard, School Counselor & 2013 MSCA President

  • Cherie Maynard, Administrator

  • Dr. Cheryl Justice, Assistant Professor


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