School counselors are doing their best to maintain the social and emotional well-being of students in an educational environment unlike any other.
Counselors and other helping professionals who are regularly exposed to others’ trauma almost invariably find themselves confronting symptoms of compassion fatigue at some point during their careers.
Counseling leaders involved in the strategic planning initiative that launched in 2005 reflect on how the multiyear endeavor helped to forge consensus and moved the profession forward.
Making the transition to life after college has never been without its challenges, but COVID-19 has introduced the class of 2020 to a whole new set of obstacles.
Counselors can take steps to lower some of the barriers that prevent those who respond in emergency situations from prioritizing their mental health.