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by Dorothy J Blum, Tamara E Davis
Since its first publication in 1997, The School Counselor's Book of Lists has become the go-to reference for savvy school counselors. This second edition of the classic resource offers a wealth of timely and much-needed information, written in concise and user-friendly language.
A quick, easy guide for finding information on almost any topic pertinent to school counselors, the book covers everything from writing student assessments and dealing with school crises to setting budgets and running effective meetings.
The School Counselor's Book of Lists is packed with useful tools and resources to help counselors implement comprehensive and effective school counselors implement comprehensive and effective school counseling programs.
"The School Counselor's Book of Lists is an invaluable resource containing a wealth of knowledge about every topic pertinent to the school counseling profession. It is a one-stop shop and a must-have for every school counselor's library."---Julia V. Taylor, high school counselor, Wake County Public Schools, Raleigh, North Carolina
"The School Counselor's Book of Lists sits on my desk and is a crucial resource for sustaining the school counselor program mission---eliminating students barriers to academic success and ensuring all students are prepared to pursue post-secondary options."---Mark H. Kuranz, adjunct professor, Marquette University; past president of the American School Counselor Association
"This is a must-have resource for prospective and practicing school counselors. Grounded in theoretical constructs and evidence based models, it provides practical strategies to implement equitable services for all students at any level. Individuals committed to data-driven comprehensive school counseling programs will find the resources an enhancement to academic, career, and personal/social counseling services."---Anita Young, assistant professor, Johns Hopkins University