By Tyler M. Kimbel, Dana Heller Levitt
Written for undergraduate scholars and different potential counselors, A consultant to Graduate courses in Counseling is the 1st of its sort to create a complete, trustworthy technique of studying concerning the counseling career, access point guidance (i.e., master's levels in counseling specializations), and what to contemplate whilst looking for, using to, and eventually determining a graduate application in counseling that's the "perfect fit." The Guide bargains very important info relative to accreditation and its significance within the counseling occupation with reference to acquiring licensure, certification, or even employment possibilities after graduating. As a CACREP ebook, this e-book is the reputable resource of knowledge approximately permitted counseling courses and comprises information regarding what counseling courses search in applicants, what courses can provide scholars by way of specialist improvement and task placement, and suggestions on own and sensible issues for coming into the counseling career. Authored by means of counseling specialists and that includes insights from voices within the box, A advisor to Graduate Programs in Counseling is a must have source for somebody attracted to changing into a qualified counselor.
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There is no shortcut, and we cannot achieve this with every client, but it is our goal, and when we are successful there seems to be no limit to what clients can achieve. This is why I believe that counseling is one of the most exciting professions you can pursue. A Rich Variety of Counseling Specialties An exciting aspect of becoming a professional counselor is your ability, depending on specialized training, to work in a variety of settings from schools to private practice, and with different clientele, from individuals to families and entire organizations.
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3. How do you suppose national accreditation was helpful for the professionalization of counseling? 4. What do you see as the main differences between professional counselors and other types of helping professionals? 5. What are some specific areas of counseling that you might pursue given your thoughts about the future of the profession as well as your personal interests? REFERENCES American Counseling Association. (2014). Code of ethics. Alexandria, VA: The American Counseling Association. Bankart, C.