Transforming School Counselor Preparation Programs

@article{Hayes2002TransformingSC,
  title={Transforming School Counselor Preparation Programs},
  author={Richard L. Hayes and Pamela O. Paisley},
  journal={Theory Into Practice},
  year={2002},
  volume={41},
  pages={169 - 176}
}
selors to prepare them to become educational leaders who serve as advocates for the equitable treatment of all children demands a systems-oriented approach. Transformed school counselors, unlike their predecessors who were schooled in individual and small-group interventions on behalf of selected students, will necessarily understand persons, groups, and organizations as complex systems that are embedded in a sociocultural context. 
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