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Congratulations,. You have completed a graduate program, and you have decided to serve the needs of students. You will soon learn that it takes tact and skill to be a good school counselor. It also will take some personal fortitude and perhaps a bit of luck in order to be successful and thrive in your chosen field. They probably never mentioned the above to you, but it will be okay if you keep your wits about you.

©2015 James Nugent (P)2015 James nugent

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I think this would be a good book for a foundations of school counseling graduate course. This can start many discussions around what is expected of a school counselor, the caseload numbers, certain jobs and duties, etc. When I first read the description, I thought this was more of a refresher for newer school counselors. I was expecting this to be more of an overview of what a school counselor should be after your first few years in the profession. I felt like this was too short, and it wasn't fulfilling for me. Again, I think this would be great for a graduate course where it can really be broken down and discussed accordingly.