4 edition of Counseling college student-athletes found in the catalog.
Counseling college student-athletes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Edward F. Etzel, A.P. Ferrante, James W. Pinkney.|
|Contributions||Etzel, Edward F., Ferrante, A. P., Pinkney, James W.|
|LC Classifications||LB2343.32 .C68 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||91073215|
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Counseling and Psychological Services for College Student-Athletes, Second Edition, weaves current research findings, practical examples, and best practices to provide undergraduate and graduate student readers with the necessary tools to effectively and ethically address these issues as future practitioners.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Counseling college student-athletes --Model for accessing student-athletes with student affairs resources --"Whole-istic" model of counseling student-athletes on academic, athletic and personal-social issues --Understanding and intervening with the student-athlete-to-be --African.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --College student-athletes and counseling services in the new millennium / A.P Ferrante & Edward F. Etzel --Consultation in intercollegiate athletics / Deborah N. Roche & Douglas M.
Hankes --Ethics and counseling practices with college student-athletes / Counseling college student-athletes book Watson. Counseling college student-athletes: the problem, the need / A.P.
Ferrante, Edward Etzel, and Christopher Lantz --Diversity within intercollegiate athletics: current profile and welcomed opportunities / William D.
Parham --The African-American student-athlete experience / Robert M. Sellers and Alphonse Damas --Counseling college women. College Counseling Sourcebook Advice and Strategies from Experienced School Counselors Copies of this book may be ordered from College Board Publications, P.O.
BoxMount Vernon, IL The Chapter Counseling student athletes Overview File Size: KB. Counseling and Psychological Services for College Student-Athletes: Etzel, Edward F.: Books - (4). Relatedly, student-athletes not involved in revenue sports at the collegiate level may suffer from a lack of recognition and the disparity of the college sports system.
Crew members, swimmers, runners, gymnasts, wrestlers, triathletes, and others have their share of stress and difficulties that can be alleviated by counseling.
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Sports Counseling: Helping Student-Athletes J. Scott Hinkle During the past ten years there has been a dramatic increase in interest and participation in sports at the col-legiate, as well as professional and leisure levels.
The s and s have brought increased commercializa-tion of sports. Despite the involvement of sanctioning. The authors present a systems approach that will enhance the conceptualization skills that counselors need to intervene more effectively with college student-athletes as well as address counselors.
This digest addresses one of the most recognized, yet unofficial, special populations on college campuses nationwide-- college student athletes. It is proposed that misconceptions and stereotypical viewpoints have hindered the development of effective counseling interventions with this population.
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Playing sports in college is a big decision for high school student-athletes. This page explains the athletic recruitment process at Division I, II and III schools.
If your daughter is being actively recruited by a college coach, please have her notify the College Counseling Department and Ms. Mallison. School Counseling and the Student Athlete explores empirical, theoretical, and practice-based issues that demand consideration by school-based counseling and educational professionals working at the pre-collegiate level.
In its pages clinicians and students will find insights into both why student athletes experience many of the issues they do as well as the steps that counselors can take Author: Adam Zagelbaum. Career Counseling & Development Children & Adolescents College Counseling Counselor Education & Supervision Couples & Family Counseling Creative and Complementary Intervention Disaster, Trauma, and Crisis eGift Certificate Ethics & Legal Issues Graduate Student and New Professional Grief and Loss Group Work LGBTQ Multiculturalism & Diversity.
The ACA Encyclopedia of Counseling includes the following definition for sports counseling: “A process which attempts to help individuals in maximizing their personal, academic and athletic potential. This is accomplished through a proactive, growth-oriented approach that incorporates the principles of counseling, career development, movement.
Although college counseling centers are available, student athletes have traditionally chosen to seek help from other sources such as coaches, teammates, family, and friends (Selby, Weinstein, &.
Counseling the Elite Athlete. By Chris Carr, I have spent 20 years providing counseling and consultation for clients in the world of sports. From sports organizations to teams to individual athletes, my clientele reflects a diverse and varied set of presenting issues, concerns and dynamics.
more than 95 percent of student-athletes seen. Advising Student-Athletes Authored by: Lisa M. Rubin There are hundreds of thousands of student-athletes participating in college athletics at every type of institution: two-year, four-year, private, and public.
Student-athletes enjoy a unique college experience that balances athletic participation, the pursuit of an advanced degree, and. NCAA: Student Athletes Students who would like to play sports at the college level for Division I and II schools will need to register before the end of the junior year with the NCAA.
Be aware that there are curricular, grade point average and testing requirements that must be : () PSACC What we do: Prospective Student-Athlete College Counseling (PSACC) advises and mentors prospective student-athletes throughout their college recruiting and selection process.
Being recruited can open the door to many opportunities. The recruiting process can also be limiting and stressful, and it is difficult to feel confident knowing how and when to take each step. *Important* The counseling office and services are always available for emergency or urgent needs.
Please let Mrs. Freeman or other office staff know that you need to see a school counselor immediately. All NTHS students have a Naviance Student account to help coordinate and manage career and college preparation and planning. College Fit is a private college counseling service for student-athletes who want to play a sport in college.
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JT holds a Certificate in College Advising from UC Berkeley Extension and spent ten years as the Director of College Counseling at Maybeck High School. She is recognized nationally as an expert in college athletics as she chaired the NACAC Student Athlete Advisory Committee which partners with the NCAA to help student athletes and their.
The OptiMind Program. For years OptiMind and its founder, Mark Mobley, a noted Sports Psychology Consultant, have used the Learning Styles Profile (LSP) and the Competitive Styles Profile (CSP) together as an assessment tool to help high school & college student athletes determine a starting point for an individualized sport psychology-training program.
Book Description. School Counseling and the Student Athlete explores empirical, theoretical, and practice-based issues that demand consideration by school-based counseling and educational professionals working at the pre-collegiate level.
In its pages clinicians and students will find insights into both why student athletes experience many of the issues they do as well as the steps that. This is a volume of considerable magnitude and truly a must read for any professional working with college student-athletes.
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In addition to the College Search Service, we provide student-athletes with the following guidance as part of their college search process.Visit CAPS for a Brief Screening, to explore options for counseling or to begin treatment.
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Student Veteran Group.Provides explicit guidelines for constructing a model student athlete support program. Proposes that the ideal program should include academic support, career counseling, and personal development for student athletes.
Argues that higher education institutions should set the precedence of developing life skills and promoting academic achievement.