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Counseling, Consultation & Collaboration

Looking at how these differ and the how to consult and collaborate. Taken from chapter 11 of "Transforming The School Counseling Profession" 2nd edition, by Erford.

Kim Deamer

on 3 August 2010

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Transcript of Counseling, Consultation & Collaboration

Collaboration (Palestra...) Counseling Consultation Counseling, Consultation
& Collabroation What is the difference
between these three? Direct service all effect change Indirect service,
systemic aproach aimed
at individual AND systemic
change how people interact Triadic Dependent Most often used by school counselors
Problem solving process with three people:

Consultee (help seeker, implements plan
Client or student
Consultant (counselor, expert who makes recommendations Four step Behavioral Model 1. Define (look at environmental
conditions that maintain problem)
2. Generate solutions for behavior change & social context change
3. Implement the plan
4. Evaluate the plan Behavioral consultation
89% positive results Collaborative Dependent Collaborative
Interdependent Consultee (help seeker)
Client or student
Consultant (counselor) Groups of people needed to generate solutions to more complex problems
True team approach
Important to BUILD collaboration and
FACILITATE collaboration Same set up as Triadic Dependent, but the difference is that the consultant is not seen as expert.

It's important to establish
MUTUAL GOALS As in the case of Samantha in the text book As in the case ofAlberto in the text book As in the case of Westwood Middle School
in the text book Facilitate
Collaboration Seek others perspectives
Be open to new views of problem
Integrate other's suggestions in the plan
reinforce other's ideas
be flexible
assist establishment of group norms
Group Process Form
Adjourn 1. 2. 3. Build Facilitation voluntary participation
equal voice
shared responsibility for decision making and outcomes
mutual goals
share resources Consultation Process 1. Enter
2. Join *
3. Initiate problem solving
4. Frame change *
5. Evaluate Change
6. Facilitate Closure
See the table on pg. 215 for excellent suggestions "Reframe problems so that the emphasis
is on common goals
and how each person can help
rather than who is at fault."
"Affirm teacher and family strengths..."
"Create hope that change can be accomplished."
text pg. 225 stay 'one down' observe power positions' build alliances learn rules & metarules Think 'systems approach'! "...School counselors need to collect and analyze data when identifying needs and creating partnerships"
text p. 229 "By developing personal relationships, people will become more willing to respond and work together for all children." text p 229 "By developing personal relationships, people will become more willing to respond and work together for all children."
text p 229 Parent involvement increases achievement Pretend you are a new school counselor. Create a list of steps you would take to acclimate to your new school. Then....
we'll compare our answers. Three forms of consultation
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