A comprehensive case study of secondary school counseling as a developing profession. The author examines the growth of counseling, the characteristics of the contemporary counselor, the use of standardized tests, the changing orientation of the counselor from "educational advisor" to "therapist," the influences of the institutional setting on counseling, and the impact of counseling on students and society.
Subjects: Education, Sociology
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