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Articles from Professional School Counseling (April 1, 2007)

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A reaction to Hipolito-Delgado and Lee. Whitson, Melissa L. 1295
Advocacy--professional school counselors closing the achievement gap through empowerment: a response to Hipolito-Delgado and Lee. Mitcham-Smith, Michelle 1414
An examination of referrals to the school counselor by race, gender, and family structure. Harrington, Sonja Y. 6031
Conducting adolescent violence risk assessments: a framework for school counselors. Bardick, Angela D. 6949
Critical incidents in the development of supportive principals: facilitating school counselor--principal relationships. Lemberger, Matthew E. 7463
Day-to-day activities of school counselors: alignment with new directions in the field and the ASCA National Model[R]. DePaul, Jillian 5906
Developmental counseling and therapy as a model for school counselor consultation with teachers. Clemens, Elysia 5769
Empowerment theory for the professional school counselor: a manifesto for what really matters. Lee, Courtland C. 3903
Expanding Hipolito-Delgado and Lee's Empowerment Theory: a response. D'Andrea, Michael 1819
Middle school students' expectations about counseling. Lent, Robert W. 5859
National certification: evidence of a professional school counselor? Akos, Patrick 4003
School-family-community partnerships: strategies for school counselors working with Caribbean immigrant families. Bryan, Julia A. 8408
Staying focused on what really matters: further thoughts on empowerment theory for professional school counselors. Lee, Courtland C. 934
The relationships of peer norms, ethnic identity, and peer support to school engagement in urban youth. Vera, Elizabeth 7558
Two counseling interventions to reduce teacher-child relationship stress. Ray, Dee C. 9572
What really matters is school counselor empowerment: a response to Hipolito-Delgado and Lee. Schmidt, John J. 1549

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