So you finally landed the job out of grad school and are ready to start as a School Counselor. Congrats! It's a difficult profession but you will make a difference in the lives of children, hooray for you! Here is a list of things I wish I knew as a first-year Counselor to hopefully help you.
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One of my biggest strengths (and weaknesses) is that I’m outspoken. There’s not much in the realm of school counseling that I don’t have a strong opinion about. That means there’s some things that are commonplace among other counselors that I don’t do – because they just aren’t in the best interest of my students. […]
Whether you are a rookie or a seasoned counselor, there are certain pitfalls that must be avoided to run a successful School Counseling program. It's exciting to step into your role as a school counselor
Middle/high school accountability board or door idea. Above a mirror have “meet the person responsible for” and then list the things they are responsible for that people frequently like to blame on others!