The Beginning Counselor's Survival Guide: The New Counselor's Plan for Success from Practicum to Licensure by Stephanie Ann Adams LPC

The Beginning Counselor's Survival Guide: The New Counselor's Plan for Success from Practicum to Licensure

Book Title: The Beginning Counselor's Survival Guide: The New Counselor's Plan for Success from Practicum to Licensure

Publisher: Beginnings

ISBN: 0615569439

Author: Stephanie Ann Adams LPC


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Have you ever wondered how you can have a graduate degree in counseling and still feel so lost? Do you feel discouraged sometimes about your ability to succeed as a counselor? Then The Beginning Counselor’s Survival Guide is the book for you! In this book, you will learn how to: Interview a potential counseling site as they are interviewing you. Develop, step-by-step, your new counselor marketing strategy. Apply for temporary licensure. Practice self-care so you can avoid career-ending burnout. Work with the special needs of particular client groups. Study for both the NCE and NCMHCE, as well as other tests you might be required to take. Work productively with a counselor supervisor. Identify your own unique counseling style. Plan for the career you want to have after your internship. And SO MUCH MORE… "This is truly a ground breaking work for the counseling profession. Stephanie Adams, MA and Carol Doss, PhD leave no stone unturned in this intoxicating book that will leave you inspired and armed to the teeth with resources and information. It should be required reading for every counseling student." - David P. Diana, www.davidpdiana.com This is the one book that every new mental health professional should pick up as soon as they enter graduate school. The Beginning Counselor's Survival Guide is a road map, a friend, and a security blanket all rolled into one. - Tamara G. Suttle, www.allthingsprivatepractice.com