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A Domain of Counselor Education

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Department of Counselor Education

Jill Schwarz,   
School Counseling Program Coordinator

Education Building 201B


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This LibGuide is your portal to research resources for the study of School Counseling.


The domain of SCHOOL COUNSELING includes resources related to professional knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to promote the academic, career, and personal/social development of all K–12 students.

TCNJ Courses

COUN 660 – Organization, Administration, and Supervision of School Counseling
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the organization and administration of school counseling services including the comprehensive and developmental nature and functions, context, coordination, integration, and evaluation of the school counseling program within the total school community

EPSY 661 – Counseling Exceptional and At-Risk Children and Adolescents
The purposes of this course are to review the characteristics and needs of at-risk and exceptional children and adolescents and to describe approaches to counseling these populations. The history and traditions of the child services movement are covered, and the central features of state and federal legislation and administrative codes pertaining to the role of the counselor with at-risk and exceptional children are highlighted.  The process of developing, implementing and evaluating developmental counseling programs for at-risk and exceptional children is described, and interventions for particular populations of children and youth with special needs are studied.

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