Emotionally Intelligent School Counseling by John Pellitteri, Robin Stern, Claudia Shelton, Barbara

By John Pellitteri, Robin Stern, Claudia Shelton, Barbara Muller-Ackerman

The idea that of emotional intelligence (EI), which has progressively received attractiveness in psychology, turns out rather like minded to the paintings of college counselors and college psychologists who needs to continually take care of afflicted and underperforming scholars. so far, notwithstanding, no booklet has systematically defined the theoretical and medical foundations of emotional intelligence and built-in this knowledge into the jobs and capabilities of faculty counselors and different institution group of workers. as well as illustrating how social emotional studying is critical to either person scholars and to varsity weather, the booklet additionally indicates college counselors tips to extend their very own emotional expertise and resiliency. Key beneficial properties of this notable new ebook contain: *ASCA directions. The booklet integrates the newest findings from the sector of social emotional studying with the recent ASCA guidance for college counselors. *Real-life circumstances. The ebook strikes fast from an outline of uncomplicated definitions, theories, and guidance to tales of actual counselors, directors, academics, and oldsters. *Author services. John Pellitteri is Professor and Director of the Graduate application at school Counseling Queens collage (CUNY). A former college counselor, he's a number one researcher within the sector of emotional intelligence. Barbara Ackerman is a K-5 tuition counselor and retiring vp of the yank institution Counseling organization (ASCA) easy institution department. Claudia Shelton has been a faculty counselor in grades 6-12 and at the moment heads a company focusing on specialist improvement for faculties. Robin Stern is an accessory affiliate professor and researcher at Columbia academics collage and a consultant in social emotional studying for the recent York urban Board of schooling. This publication is acceptable as a supplementary textual content in class counseling classes and as a certified reference paintings for training college counselors, counselor educators, counseling psychologists, university psychologists, and college directors.

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By John Pellitteri, Robin Stern, Claudia Shelton, Barbara Muller-Ackerman

The idea that of emotional intelligence (EI), which has progressively received attractiveness in psychology, turns out rather like minded to the paintings of college counselors and college psychologists who needs to continually take care of afflicted and underperforming scholars. so far, notwithstanding, no booklet has systematically defined the theoretical and medical foundations of emotional intelligence and built-in this knowledge into the jobs and capabilities of faculty counselors and different institution group of workers. as well as illustrating how social emotional studying is critical to either person scholars and to varsity weather, the booklet additionally indicates college counselors tips to extend their very own emotional expertise and resiliency. Key beneficial properties of this notable new ebook contain: *ASCA directions. The booklet integrates the newest findings from the sector of social emotional studying with the recent ASCA guidance for college counselors. *Real-life circumstances. The ebook strikes fast from an outline of uncomplicated definitions, theories, and guidance to tales of actual counselors, directors, academics, and oldsters. *Author services. John Pellitteri is Professor and Director of the Graduate application at school Counseling Queens collage (CUNY). A former college counselor, he's a number one researcher within the sector of emotional intelligence. Barbara Ackerman is a K-5 tuition counselor and retiring vp of the yank institution Counseling organization (ASCA) easy institution department. Claudia Shelton has been a faculty counselor in grades 6-12 and at the moment heads a company focusing on specialist improvement for faculties. Robin Stern is an accessory affiliate professor and researcher at Columbia academics collage and a consultant in social emotional studying for the recent York urban Board of schooling. This publication is acceptable as a supplementary textual content in class counseling classes and as a certified reference paintings for training college counselors, counselor educators, counseling psychologists, university psychologists, and college directors.

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OVERVIEW OF THE BOOK The organization of the book includes a foundation section and four application sections. The foundation section (chaps. 2–4) sets the groundwork for understanding the school counselor and emotional intelligence. Barbara Muller-Ackerman and Claudia Shelton, in chapter 2, give a historical perspective on the evolving roles of school counselors and the recent national standards of the profession. They emphasize the importance of counselors as facilitative leaders and the skills required to support the personal-social, academic, and career development of all students.

Contemporary school counseling: Theory, research and practice. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Smith, C. , & Mink, O. (1969). Foundations of guidance and counseling: Multidisciplinary readings. Philadelphia: Lippincott. Super, D. (1990). A life-span, life-space approach to career development. In D. Brown & L. , pp. 197–261). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. 1 Chapter Major EI Model (continued) Related EI Models and Concepts Other Psychological Theories and Concepts Reality therapy; cognitive-behavioral therapy Professional Issues Professional Applications and Techniques Populations and Settings Counseling interventions; social skills training Special needs students Teacher collaboration Elementary school; Teachers 9 Goleman Social decision making/problem solving 10 Goleman Social-emotional learning 11 Mayer and Salovey; Multiple intelligence Goleman; Leadership styles Consultation Administrators 12 Mayer and Salovey; Goleman Family systems Consultation Parents/Families 13 Mayer and Salovey Music psychology; music therapy Consultation psychoeducation Consultation; psychoeducation Relaxation techniques; Group counseling Music educators Incorporating technology; portfolio activities 14 Social decision making/problem solving 15 Social decision making/problem solving Consultation Collaboration Schoolwide program 16 Social-emotional learning Consultation; psychoeducation Collaboration; crisis intervention District program 17 Social-emotional learning Advocate for policies State education department II FOUNDATIONS This section presents some of the basic and elemental foundations of the book on which subsequent chapters may be built.

51). With the construct of intelligence being defined so diversely, it therefore should not be surprising that the emerging construct of emotional intelligence is also defined differently. The term emotional intelligence was originally used by Peter Salovey and Jack Mayer in a seminal article in 1990 to describe a distinct set of emotion-related abilities. The concept became widely popular in 1995 with the publication of a book by Dan Goleman and the claims that emotional intelligence has more predictive power for success than IQ.

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