School Psych Finds

Counseling in Public Schools

June 28, 2022 Season 1 Episode 4
School Psych Finds
Counseling in Public Schools
Show Notes

What does counseling look like in schools? There’s lots of debate about what school psychologists do in schools (therapy vs. counseling), so we will be discussing that. We’ll also discuss some of the unique benefits & challenges of being a school-based provider, including how it differs from private practice. Another big discussion includes important things to consider about confidentiality in the schools as a school-based provider.

Make sure to check out Episode 1:  What is a School Psychologist, if you haven't already!

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