Helping Without Bias



   Order Code: SKY153    ISBN : 9781412987516
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Providing bias-free help

By Kim L. Anderson. Giving her counseling expertise and personal experience, the author provides strategies that help school counselors work with diverse learning populations, understand how biases have evolved in new and challenging ways, and create schools without bias. Counselors learn how to recognize the needs of students, including those with various spiritual beliefs and body types; interact with families, faculty, administrators, and communities; engage in self-reflection, self-care, and professional growth; and more. A list of competencies, including ASCA National Model Standards, is featured in each chapter. Grades K–12. 7" x 11". Corwin. Approximately 190 pages. ©2010.

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“The author’s compelling personal story, which serves as a connecting narrative, inspired me to read the book straight through in a single sitting.”
—Mary Monroe Kolek, Deputy Superintendent, New Canaan Public Schools, CT

“Anderson writes in a clear voice for students and families who are marginalized by their differences. A copy of this book should be on every school counselor’s bookshelf.”
—Patricia Hart DeNoble, Clinical Social Worker, Oakdale Elementary School, Dedham, MA

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Grades 7-12