Master of Arts in Counseling - Resource Articles
Even after graduation, you will never stop learning how to be the best school counselor you can be. On this page, you can find thought-provoking articles about best practices and new trends in the field to help inform and improve your abilities during the program and beyond.
Online degrees are a new academic trend, but becoming more in-demand. It’s important to choose the right online degree program for you. This infographic will show you things to look for when selecting an online counseling program.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), 43.8 million adults in the United States experience mental ilnness in a given year.
School counselors do much more than help kids figure out their plans after high school. They are a vital part of students’ learning and developmental processes. Their work helps children grow into adults with fulfilling personal, professional and family lives.
School counselors must always be aware of ethical standards in their work.
Part of the guidance counselor job description involves helping students figure out their career plans.
School counselors are involved in the lives of elementary students during an exciting time — a time of rapid growth and change that can impact success in school.
Technology has made it easier than ever for school counseling professionals to stay up-to-date on the latest industry news and share insights as well as ideas with fellow counselors.
Finding the right balance between a career, family and getting your graduate degree can be a tough line to walk. Whether it’s at a ground campus or you’re getting your online masters degree, dedicating enough time to your school work is never easy.
As educators and future school counselors, you’re developing relationships every single day with students, fellow teachers, parents and your grad student colleagues.
When describing a job role, many have synonymous names such as: teacher and instructor, aide and assistant, and counselor and psychologists. In particular, a counselor and psychologist are not the same, especially in a school setting.