Inducting the Transformed School Counselor Into the Profession

@article{Jackson2002InductingTT,
  title={Inducting the Transformed School Counselor Into the Profession},
  author={C. Marie Jackson and Brent M. Snow and Susan R. Boes and Paul Phillips and Rebecca Powell Stanard and Linda C. Painter and Mary Beth Wulff},
  journal={Theory Into Practice},
  year={2002},
  volume={41},
  pages={177 - 185}
}
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