Beginning Your Counseling Career: Graduate Preparation and Beyond

Section 1 Graduate Preparation at the Counseling Master’s LevelGetting Accepted Into a Master’s Program and Getting a Graduate AssistantshipThe Challenges of Starting and Completing Master’s Level TrainingBalancing Career, Graduate School, and FamilyOnline Master’s in Counseling ProgramsSection 2 Graduate Preparation at the Counselor Education Doctoral LevelApplying to and Getting Accepted to a Fitting Doctoral ProgramDoctoral Online ProgramsBenefits and Challenges of Balancing a Professional Counseling Identity With Doctoral Studies: The Perspectives of Current Counselor Education Doctoral StudentsProposing and Completing a DissertationWriting Etiquette for Doctoral StudentsTeaching Counseling Students the Science of ResearchRecommendations for Teaching Counseling: From Practitioner to Counselor EducatorSection 3 Important Elements of Transitioning From Student to Professional CounselorPreparing Counseling Students for Field ExperienceGaining Clinical Experience in and After Graduate SchoolMentoring Students for Private PracticeCritical Steps in Obtaining LicensureBecoming a SupervisorCounseling IdentitySection 4 Minorities and International Students in Counseling and Counselor EducationEncouraging Minorities in the Counseling ProgramInternational Students and Counselor EducationSection 5 Special Considerations in the Career of Professional School CounselingEstablishing Relationships With Administrators, Faculty, and Staff as a School CounselorSpecial Education Legislation and Protocols for School CounselingSchool Counselors as Athletic Coaches: Finding a Common Ground
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