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  1. 2006 Comprehensive School Counseling Program Statewide Survey Results State Higher Ed. School Counselor Training Programs Presented by: Dr. Kay Herting Wahl, UMN Ju Ping Huang, doctoral student at UMN

  2. Training Institutions Involved, with representatives • University of Minnesota, Mankato, Dr. Walter Roberts • University of Minnesota, Moorhead, Dr. Wes Irwin • University of Minnesota, St. Cloud, Dr. Terry Peterson • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Dr. Kay Herting Wahl • University of Minnesota, Winona, Drs. Mary Fawcett, Nick Ruiz, Tim Hatfield, Colin Ward

  3. Process of the Survey • Representatives met several times to form a plan and develop a survey to determine the usage of comprehensive programs and the roles of school counselors throughout the state of MN • Surveys were developed and distributed to all licensed school counselors in MN during the spring of 2006.

  4. <Brief description of the participants> 1135 sent312 returned27% return rate

  5. Urban/Rural Participants

  6. <Counseling Program Survey>Does your present counseling program deliver prevention and intervention services in the following areas?

  7. Does your present counseling program deliver prevention and intervention services in the following areas?

  8. Does your present counseling program deliver prevention and intervention services in the following areas?

  9. Does your present counseling program deliver prevention and intervention services in the following areas?

  10. <Comprehensive Programming>Q: In which areas do you conduct comprehensive programming?Career:64%Educational:66%Personal/Social: 60%

  11. Career Area vs School Levels

  12. Career Area vs School Settings

  13. Education Area vs School Levels

  14. Educational Area vs School Settings

  15. Personal & Social Area vs School Levels

  16. Personal & Social Area vs School Levels

  17. <Multicultural Issues>Q: Does your guidance program address multicultural issues in a programmatic way?Yes 33% No 67%

  18. Multicultural Issues

  19. Q: Do you or does your school have a GLBT group? Yes 22% No 77%

  20. Multicultural issues vs GLBT group 7%: Address multicultural issues and have GLBT groups: 7% 26%: Address multicultural issues but no GLBT group 15%: Not address multicultural issues but have GLBT groups 52%: Not address multicultural issues and no GLBT1

  21. Training in comprehensive/ developmental Training in comprehensive/ developmental school counseling programming school counseling programming 23, 7% No 23, 7% No 1 1 2 2 294, 294, 93% Yes 93% Yes <School Counselor Training>Q: Was comprehensive and/or developmental school counseling programming taught in yourmasters/school counseling training program?

  22. Q: Do you feel your graduate training prepared you for the realities of conducting comprehensive programs? 65%: received training and felt enough 27%: received training and felt not enough 1%: not received training and felt enough 7%: not receive training and felt not enough

  23. <Group Work>Do you conduct small/discussion/specific topic groups as part of your school counseling duties? Yes 63% No 37%

  24. <COLLABORATION>32. Are you coordinating support personnel in the school counseling program, such as teachers, para-professionals, outside agencies, parent volunteers etc.? Yes 39% No 57%

  25. <Student/counselor ratio>

  26. <impediment for work>Q: What are the main impediments to your working with students? 7%: Nothing impedes my work

  27. Impediments to working with students

  28. 43%: administrative duties impede work

  29. 58%: tests impede work

  30. 43%: non-essential activities (scheduling, lunch room duty, bus duty, etc. assuming you do not ‘counsel’ during these times)

  31. 63%: high student/counselor ratio

  32. 29%: principal’s/teachers/parents lack of understanding of my role

  33. Q:Do you feel you have control over your job description and duties? yes 65% no 35%

  34. School levels vs feel having control

  35. Years of experiences vs feeling having control