Appraisal and Advisement
The school counselor provides appraisal and advisement to students to help them understand their abilities, values and career interests and to attain the ASCA Mindsets & Behaviors for Student Success. This two-part process often results in students establishing personal goals and developing future plans.
Professional assistance and support provided to a student or small group of students during times of transition, heightened stress, critical change or other situations impeding student success. Counseling can be proactive as well as responsive and helps students identify problems, causes, potential consequences and benefits, alternatives and outcomes so they can make decisions and take appropriate actions.
Mrs. Schultz's Counseling Approach
Mrs. Schultz is a person-centered counselor, which is an empathetic approach centered around unconditional postive regard. This form of counseling is non-directive, non-judgmental, and motivates the child to reach their full potential. In addition to being a person-centered counselor, Mrs. Schultz uses a solution-focused approach, helping students to create and meet their goals, gain conflict resoluation skills, and work toward alleviating their difficulty.
The school counselor provides indirect services to support student achievement and to promote equity and access for all students. This is done by working with parents/guardians, teachers, administrators, school staff, and community stakeholders to provide the following indirect services on behalf of students:
Mrs. Schultz is a member of the American School Counselor Association (ASCA).
To learn more about the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) please visit the link below: