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Transcript of Program Services
Step 1: Define the problem emotionally and intellectually
Step 2: Apply the law and the ASCA & ACA Codes
Step 3: Age and Developmental Factors
Step 4: Setting, parental rights, and minor's rights
Step 5: Apply the Moral Principles
Step 6: Determine your potential course of action
Step 7: Evaluate the selected action
Step 8: Consult
Step 9: Implement the course of action
Time to process
What do your emotions tell you?
What does your intellect tell you?
Counselor's desire to "change" the student
Counselor incorporating religion into counseling process
What are the facts?
Counselor disagrees with student's identity based on religion
Counselor feels compelled to "change" the student based on her beliefs
A.1.a, A.1.c, E.2.a., E.2.b., E.2.c.
Counselors for Social Justice Codes:
A.1., A.2., A.2.b.
What does the law say?
Separation of Church and State
Confidentiality, respect, dignity
Duty to breach confidentiality?
Do you have limited confidential guidelines in the school setting?
Counselor needs to allow the student the opportunity to make his own decisions
Should the counselor help the student understand the discrimination he may face?
Counselor needs to do right by the student, and ensure they prevent harm
Counselor should not do anything that could cause intentional or unintentional harm to the student - this includes implying that his identity is something she sees as "wrong".
Counselor should treat the student with fairness while acknowledging the differences of this situation compared to those she has faced before
Counselor needs to provide a safe and trusting environment within which the student can feel comfortable to share and be supported.
Which option fits the desired outcome?
Would this decision be fair amongst many groups?
Apply publicity and determine if the decision could appear in the press and you would be comfortable.
Apply universality and decide if you could apply this to another counselor in the same situation.
What do you think?
Do you consult with a colleague? Who?
Absolutely. We would consult with the Director of Student Services and the lead counselor so could be sure we are doing everything to help the students and not harm him in any way.
How were you mindful of the law, ethics, and regulations of your school system?
We are being mindful of the laws, ethics, and regulations of our school the whole time as we are collaborating with our colleague. She came to us to help her and we are trying to share our knowledge about appropriate behavior based upon the ASCA Code of Ethics and making sure we are protecting the student.
How did you minimize problem areas?
To minimize problem areas we have to make sure that all communication with colleagues is respectful so they do not feel attacked. Everyone has biases, we just need to understand that you have to be aware of your biases and make sure they don't impact your ability to do your job.
What would you have done differently?
What challenges would this pose to you based on your preexisting biases?
Revisit SMART goals
Guidance Lesson Demonstration and Schedule...
Chapters 5-6 Discussion/Activity
Read chapters 7 & 8; Mission and Vison statements
No class on February 28-online learning
Guidance Lessons due on March 7; all PowerPoints uploaded to Canvas
Chapter 5-Services of the Pr0gram
How will identifying your strengths in multiple intelligences impact how you plan, organize, and implement the MCGCP program?
Process: Which group of students are participating?
Outcome: Existing measures in the school (attendance, achievement, or behavioral)
Perception: How will ASK be different before the unit plan and after.
A: attitude (beliefs)
S: skills (abilities)
K: knowledge (topic information)