SHOW THEM LOVE - ATTEMPT TO UNDERSTAND - REDUCE THE STATISTICS - MR. ELEMENTARY COUNSELLOR
AbstractIn the past two decades, counselling programs in North America have developed from high schools downward with almost no consideration shown for this service in elementary schools. Rapid changes in educational, vocational and personal domains of living prompted the surge of interest for counselling at the secondary level. More recently the Government of Alberta, textbook writers, and counsellor educators have displayed an interest and have described new learning programs and experiences for elementary children which would strongly suggest a need for a counsellor at that level.
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