Title

Peer Consultation Groups: Developing a Global Culture of Collaboration for School Counselors

SMC Author

Suzy Thomas

SMC Affiliated Work

1

Status

Faculty

School

Kalmanovitz School of Education

Department

Counseling

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2009

Publication Title

Journal for International Counselor Education

Description/Abstract

School-university partnerships are becoming increasingly popular within the field of school counseling. Peer consultation groups offer a specific type of partnership and support for practitioners, numerous advantages for those in higher education, and significant potential for international application. This article expands on Thomas’ (2005) peer consultation model developed for school counseling alumni, with adaptations of the model in two universities, as well as several K-12 school districts within a single county. Data from participant evaluations indicate strong support for the personal and professional value of peer consultation.

Keywords

Peer Consultation Groups, Counseling Collaboration, School Counseling

Scholarly

yes

Volume

1

Issue

1

First Page

15

Last Page

31

Disciplines

Counseling | Education

Comments

Description based on: https://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/51117098.pdf

Original Citation

Thomas, S., Hetherington, P., Lesicko, D. & DeKruyf, L. (2009). Peer consultation groups: Developing a global culture of collaboration for school counselors, Journal for International Counselor Education, 1(1) pg.15-31.

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