Document Type

Article

Language

eng

Publication Date

2016

Publisher

American School Counselor Association

Source Publication

Professional School Counseling

Source ISSN

1096-2409

Abstract

School counselor–teacher consultation is an efficient strategy for school counselors to indirectly serve students on their caseload. Teachers' perceptions are crucial in examining this consultation process. This qualitative study examined elementary school teachers' perceptions and experiences of school counselor–teacher consultation. The researchers identified three themes: (a) school counselors prioritizing relationships, (b) school counselors taking initiative, and (c) school counselors' specialization. The researchers discuss implications for school counseling practice, including strategies for facilitating consultation with teachers.

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Published version. Professional School Counseling, Vol. 20, No. 1 (2016/2017): 77-88. DOI. © American School Counselor Association 2016/2017. Used with permission.

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