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21st Century School Counseling: Dispelling Myths of the School Counselor

Thursday, January 3, 2013


By Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff Program Director, M.Ed. in School Counseling at American Public University When you think of school counseling, do you think of a particular character portrayed in the movies or on television? Do you think of your own experience with your school counselor? Do you still use the outdated term “guidance counselor”? The role of the school counselor has evolved over the past several decades and is clearly defined in the American School Counselor (ASCA) National Model.

Influence of Technology in School Counseling

Tuesday, December 18, 2012


By Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff, Dr. Susan Foster Ebbs, and Dr. Marie Isom Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff is the Program Director for the M.Ed. in School Counseling at American Public University. Dr. Susan Foster Ebbs and Dr. Marie Isom are faculty members in the School of Education at American Public University. Whether it is a quick text message to a friend, a post on a social media site, or a job related task, technology is firmly embedded in today’s culture. 

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