By John Pellitteri, Robin Stern, Claudia Shelton, Barbara Muller-Ackerman
The idea that of emotional intelligence (EI), which has gradually received reputation in psychology, turns out relatively like minded to the paintings of college counselors and faculty psychologists who needs to continuously take care of afflicted and underperforming scholars. so far, even if, no e-book has systematically defined the theoretical and clinical foundations of emotional intelligence and built-in this knowledge into the jobs and services of college counselors and different university team of workers. as well as illustrating how social emotional studying is necessary to either person scholars and to varsity weather, the ebook additionally exhibits college counselors tips to extend their very own emotional information and resiliency. Key gains of this amazing new ebook contain: *ASCA instructions. The ebook integrates the newest findings from the sector of social emotional studying with the hot ASCA guidance for faculty counselors. *Real-life situations. The booklet strikes speedy from an outline of simple definitions, theories, and guidance to tales of genuine counselors, directors, lecturers, and oldsters. *Author services. John Pellitteri is Professor and Director of the Graduate software in class Counseling Queens collage (CUNY). A former university counselor, he's a number one researcher within the region of emotional intelligence. Barbara Ackerman is a K-5 tuition counselor and retiring vp of the yankee tuition Counseling organization (ASCA) trouble-free institution department. Claudia Shelton has been a college counselor in grades 6-12 and presently heads a company focusing on expert improvement for faculties. Robin Stern is an accessory affiliate professor and researcher at Columbia academics collage and a expert in social emotional studying for the recent York urban Board of schooling. This booklet is suitable as a supplementary textual content in class counseling classes and as a certified reference paintings for training tuition counselors, counselor educators, counseling psychologists, college psychologists, and faculty directors.
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The foundation section (chaps. 2–4) sets the groundwork for understanding the school counselor and emotional intelligence. Barbara Muller-Ackerman and Claudia Shelton, in chapter 2, give a historical perspective on the evolving roles of school counselors and the recent national standards of the profession. They emphasize the importance of counselors as facilitative leaders and the skills required to support the personal-social, academic, and career development of all students. John Pellitteri, in chapter 3, describes and compares the major emotional intelligence theories and measurement approaches.
One vision resulted from that collaboration, and in 2003, ASCA introduced the National Model for School Counseling Programs, written by Judy Bowers and Trish Hatch. The National Model described a comprehensive school counseling program, uniform in its approach and components: Each of the pieces of a school counseling program were detailed along with the additional skill sets, or themes, important to implementing that model. It is in this new model that counseling, consultation, and coordination, always taught to and learned by pre-service counselors, are given equal importance with Johnson’s results-based approach and education reform’s insistence on academic rigor, equity and access for all students.
These standards, and the competencies detailed in the National Standards, defined what students who experienced a Kindergarten through 12th-grade school counseling program should “know and be able to do” within the three domains of academic, career and personal/social development. In a time when each of the academic disciplines had created, or were creating, their national standards and frameworks, the school counseling profession offered their own, which are detailed in Figs. 3 States and their counselors either embraced or wrestled with the adoption of the National Standards.