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Counseling Skills for Teachers

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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By necessity, today's teachers do much more than deliver instruction. In the classroom, on the playground, or even in the parking lot, teachers are often called upon to respond quickly and appropriately to students' social and emotional needs, drawing from instinct more than anything else. In this second edition of the bestselling Counseling Skills for Teachers, Jeffrey and Ellen Kottler expertly guide preservice and inservice teachers to be effective helpers in the context of today's most common challenges, highlighting issues related to homelessness, grief and loss, and bullying and harassment.The book also discusses: - Responding to a range of behaviors in formal and informal school settings - Building a culture of tolerance and respect in the classroom - Motivating disengaged students - Communicating effectively with counseling professionals and parents With an entirely new chapter on "Counseling Yourself," the book offers teachers surefire techniques for taking better care of themselves and the students in their schools.

Counseling Skills for Teachers

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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This updated edition expertly guides teachers to be effective helpers when called upon to respond quickly and appropriately to students' interpersonal, social, and emotional needs.

Counseling Skills for Teachers

Author : Sienna Fawn Falk
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Teacher as Counselor

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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This volume provides teachers with the basic ideas and skills needed in their increasing role as counsellors in the classroom. The authors show how to develop high degrees of interpersonal sensitivity and demonstrate how teachers can use counselling skills to deal effectively with day-to-day problems. Each chapter contains specific activities designed to broaden understanding of the concepts and to apply them to real-life situations.

On Being a Teacher

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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The authors help preservice, beginning, and veteran teachers discover their own special traits that make them superlative teachers.

Counselling Pupils in Schools

Author : Carol Hall
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How can teachers support children with emotional or social difficulties? Counselling Pupils in Schoolsis a comprehensive guide to the effective use of counselling in schools. It provides practical guidance for teachers and those responsible for pastoral care on how to develop counselling skills and intervention strategies. The book combines theory and research with practical classroom strategies designed to focus on the social and emotional development of students and their teachers. Topics covered include: * a model for counselling in school * skills and intervening strategies for teachers * cross-cultural and sensitive issues * peer counselling and support * empowering pupils and parents * classroom-based activities The ethics of teacher-student relationships are also discussed and teachers are provided with ideas for collaboration and managing their own stress in order to be more effective in counselling and guidance. This book is relevant to all professionals who work with young people: Teachers, PSHE co-ordinators, SENCos, Education Welfare Officers and Educational Psychologists will find it particularly useful.

Counselling Skills For Teachers

Author : Gail King
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Tina says she is pregnant and considering a termination.Marcus wonders whether he should tell his friends he is gay.You worry whether Gulshan has some form of eating disorder.Stephen's father is very angry with you about the school's treatment of his son.Jane boasts to you that she and her friends were drunk and smoked cannabis at a party last night.How would counselling skills help a teacher in these situations? Gail King explores the counselling skills which teachers need in their pastoral role, and examines them using examples from teachers' typical experience. Counselling Skills for Teachers is a practical book written for both new entrant and experienced teachers who work with school students aged 11 to 18 in mainstream education. It describes the basic listening and responding skills, and how to conduct a helping interview. It covers issues such as professional boundaries, role conflict, self-disclosure, referring on, self-awareness, and cross-cultural awareness. It also includes teachers' legal responsibilities with respect to confidentiality, sex education and the Children Act; and an invaluable section listing relevant organizations. Counselling Skills for Teachers tackles the pitfalls and the dilemmas faced by teachers in pastoral roles, and provides invaluable guidance as to how counselling skills can be successfully deployed.

The Teacher s Journey

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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Make every day of your teaching count! How many times have you wished your teaching degree came with a handbook? Whether you're a new teacher or a veteran looking for new ideas, best-selling authors Jeffery and Ellen Kottler have crafted a guidebook to navigating the journey ahead. You'll discover how to: Motivate disengaged students through solid interpersonal connection Communicate effectively with parents, counselors, and administrators Advance your professional growth through increased school and district involvement Understand your teaching self more deeply through reflection Build a culture of tolerance and respect in the classroom

Secrets for Secondary School Teachers

Author : Ellen Kottler
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In this updated version of the bestseller, you will learn tangible ways to supercharge your teaching skills while avoiding the pitfalls common to beginning teachers.

On Being a Teacher

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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The authors help preservice, beginning, and veteran teachers discover their own special traits that make them superlative teachers.

English Language Learners in Your Classroom

Author : Ellen Kottler
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This third edition of the best-selling Children With Limited English offers connections to current research, new strategies for building communication skills, and instructional adaptations for ELL students.

Students Who Drive You Crazy

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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Take a proactive approach with your most challenging students! This second edition of a bestseller gives teachers a model to assess, understand, and respond to challenging students, plus new tables, charts, and reflection questions. Offering real-life scenarios from interviews with teachers, counselors, and school administrators, this updated volume provides: More tips for developing active listening skills that improve communication with students Suggestions for creating caring communities in the classroom A new section on dealing with aggressive and violent behavior Information on understanding parent behavior and suggestions for building positive connections with parents and families

Counseling Skills for Classroom Teachers

Author : Norman A. Sprinthall
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A Brief Primer of Helping Skills

Author : Jeffrey A. Kottler
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A Brief Primer of Helping Skills is a highly readable, accessible, and practical introduction to the skills of helping and making a difference in people's lives. In an engaging and concise style, author Jeffrey A. Kottler gives students in various professions an overview of the theory, process, and skills of helping methods. It is designed as an operating manual for those in human service professions to learn the basics involved in developing helping relationships, assessing and diagnosing complaints, promoting exploration and understanding, and designing and implementing action plans. Key Features Offers a brief introduction to the helping process: Written in an accessible and conversational style, this book helps students and professionals become familiar with the basic process quickly. Provides personal applications: This book helps students enrich their lives while learning how to be more helpful to others. Includes applications to a variety of settings and disciplines: Students can actually use material and skills in the book in all the various domains in which they function—at work, in volunteer agencies, with friends and family. Uses an integrative approach: The best features of all major theories and research are combined into a unified model of helping that is responsive to different needs. Intended Audience This supplemental text is ideal for introductory undergraduate and graduate courses such as Introduction to Social Work, Introduction to Counseling, and Introduction to Human Services in the fields of counseling, psychology, human services, social work, education, family studies, marital and family therapy, pastoral work, nursing, human resource development, and other helping professions. It is also an excellent resource for beginning practitioners.

Guidance Counselling For Teacher Education

Author : Jessy Abraham
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There Is A Marked Increase In The Number Of People Who Are Unhappy With Themselves, If We Are To Infer From The Number Of People Who Suicides, Who Abuse Alcahol, Who Commit Atrocoties Against Children And Women. Therefore There Is A Need For Councelling Service To Make People Adjust To Their Life Situations To Make The Best Out Of Their Circumstances.

Practical Counselling Skills

Author : Kathryn Geldard
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This book is an excellent course text for training new counsellors in basic and more advanced counselling micro-skills which come from a number of therapeutic approaches. It enables new trainees to learn how to integrate these skills within a sequential counselling process. It is an easy to read introduction to counselling which teachers will find particularly useful because it contains the following: - A wide variety of examples to illustrate each counselling micro-skill - Practice examples of client statements for students with suggested counsellor response - Client statements, without solutions, for use by teachers in helping students to learn particular micro-skills - An explanation of the therapeutic approaches related to particular micro-skills - A description of a sequential integrative process which enables students to make informed choices about which skills to use at particular stages of the counselling process - A discussion of the way to combine skills to facilitate change - A discussion of a number of practical issues including cultural and ethical issues, the counselling environment, keeping records, the need for supervision, and the need for the counsellor to look after themselves.

Children With Limited English

Author : Ellen Kottler
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Updated Edition of Bestseller Builds on the popular first edition to arm teachers with the survival skills necessary to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse student population.

Children With Limited English

Author : Ellen Kottler
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Updated Edition of Bestseller Builds on the popular first edition to arm teachers with the survival skills necessary to meet the challenges of an increasingly diverse student population.

Counseling Skills and Techniques Adapted for Use by Primary Classroom Teachers to Promote Personal and Group Adjustment of Students

Author : Elaine E. Smith
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Research Anthology on Rehabilitation Practices and Therapy

Author : Management Association, Information Resources
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The availability of practical applications, techniques, and case studies by international therapists is limited despite expansions to the fields of clinical psychology, rehabilitation, and counseling. As dialogues surrounding mental health grow, it is important to maintain therapeutic modalities that ensure the highest level of patient-centered rehabilitation and care are met across global networks. Research Anthology on Rehabilitation Practices and Therapy is a vital reference source that examines the latest scholarly material on trends and techniques in counseling and therapy and provides innovative insights into contemporary and future issues within the field. Highlighting a range of topics such as psychotherapy, anger management, and psychodynamics, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for mental health professionals, counselors, therapists, clinical psychologists, sociologists, social workers, researchers, students, and social science academicians seeking coverage on significant advances in rehabilitation and therapy.