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Volume 11, Issue 4 (1982)

Issues in Adolescent Counseling

pp. 391—398

ABSTRACT:Adolescent counseling presents a number of issues that the secondary-level school psychologist needs to consider. An initial stumbling block to counseling can occur when the counselor generalizes about “all adolescents.” The counselor should also be aware of the paucity of efficacy data. Additional issues and problems are related to defining the goals of counseling, required versus voluntary referrals,when to refer, and parent involvement.

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