First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"This balanced book is a wonderful resource of practical material which every elementary school counselor should have so that they can utilize it on a daily basis to help develop caring children." -- Donald B. Keat II, Ph.D., author of Child Multimodal Therapy and Coordinator, Elementary School Counseling Program, Penn State University
"Alderian counselors will appreciate the author's emphasis on caring and community since social interest and belonging are central to Individual Psychology. The authros provide and excellent reationale for building such an elementary school program as well as the necessary stepping stones including checklists, activities, etc." -- Rebecca LaFountain, Ed.D., Executive Director of the North American Society of Alderian Psychology and author of A School with Solutions: Implementing a Solution-Focused/Alderian-based Comprehensive School Counseling Program.
Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I: Creating a 21st Century Partnership. Elementary School Education in the 21st Century. Elementary School Counseling Programs in the 21st Century. Elementary School Counselors Who Make a Difference.Part II: Managing a Responsive Program. Strategic Planning. Meeting Program Goals. Part III: Counseling and the Curriculum: A Caring Approach. Physical Caring. Personal/Emotional Caring. Social Caring. Cognitive Caring. Career and Societal Caring. Part IV: Challenging the Future. Caring for School Counseling Programs Today and Tomorrow. A Circle of Caring.