Group Work as an Essential Contribution to Transforming School Counseling

@article{Paisley2006GroupWA,
  title={Group Work as an Essential Contribution to Transforming School Counseling},
  author={Pamela O. Paisley and Amy Milsom},
  journal={The Journal for Specialists in Group Work},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={17 - 9}
}
Professional school counselor roles have changed over time in response to societal needs and professional initiatives. Although school counselors consistently have been involved in group work, the intent of that involvement has changed. New ways of viewing group work can enable school counselors to engage in roles related to leadership, advocacy, and collaboration while continuing to provide direct services to students. This article provides recommendations for intentional group involvement. 
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