Counseling & Guidance Program

Rosenwald Elementary/Middle Counseling & Guidance Program

Rosenwald Elementary/Middle Counseling and Guidance program’s goal is to effectively meet the academic, personal/social, and career awareness needs of all students. We believe that students who understand themselves and the world become productive, well-adjusted, contributing members of society.

The Counseling and Guidance program follows the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) program standards as well the South Carolina Counseling & Guidance Standards.  These standards mandate four main components of a comprehensive program: Guidance Curriculum, Individual Student Planning, Responsive Service, and Systems Support. More specifically, the counselor has the following duties:

To conduct guidance learning activities for large classroom settings

To be a resource person for teachers to facilitate the infusions of guidance learning activities into the regular education curricula

To counsel small groups and individual students (Counseling sessions may include self-awareness, self-identity, academic problems, family issues, etc.)

To consult with teachers, staff, and/or parents regarding meeting the developmental needs of students (Ex; Participation in SST meetings, conducting in-service programs for faculty, assistance for families with school related problems

To refer students to appropriate community resources in consultation with their parents

To consult and coordinate with in-district and community agencies

To participate in, coordinate, and conduct activities that contribute to the effective operation of the school

To address emergency concerns

To arrange programs such as the following:

Drug Awareness               

Terrific Kids

Career Day

Conflict Resolution

Character Education

 Referrals

There are three main types of referrals:

Teacher Referral

Student Referral

Parent Referral

Confidentiality

In accordance with ethical standards established by the American Counseling Association and the American School Counselor’s Association, Ms. Phillips keeps counseling sessions private. Confidentiality is important not only because it is mandated by ethical code but it allows the counselor to build trust with students. There are, however, limits to confidentiality. Confidentiality will be broken when a student is going to hurt themselves, someone else, or if someone is hurting the student.

 


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