4 edition of Counseling college student-athletes found in the catalog.
Counseling college student-athletes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Edward F. Etzel, A.P. Ferrante, James W. Pinkney.|
|Contributions||Etzel, Edward F., Ferrante, A. P., Pinkney, James W.|
|LC Classifications||LB2343.32 .C68 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||91073215|
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The ACA Encyclopedia of Counseling includes the following definition for sports counseling: “A process which attempts to help individuals in maximizing their personal, academic and athletic potential. This is accomplished through a proactive, growth-oriented approach that incorporates the principles of counseling, career development, movement. Although college counseling centers are available, student athletes have traditionally chosen to seek help from other sources such as coaches, teammates, family, and friends (Selby, Weinstein, & .
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Counseling and Psychological Services for College /5(4). There are increasing concerns about the personal, academic, and social well-being of our college student-athletes. This is the first textbook to examine the developmental experiences of this group of students.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Counseling college student-athletes --Model for accessing student-athletes with student affairs resources --"Whole-istic" model of counseling student-athletes on academic, athletic and personal-social issues --Understanding and intervening with the student-athlete-to-be --African.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: TABLE OF CONTENTS --College student-athletes and counseling services in the new millennium / A.P Ferrante & Edward F. Etzel --Consultation in intercollegiate athletics / Deborah N. Roche & Douglas M.
Hankes --Ethics and counseling practices with college student-athletes / Jack Watson. Counseling college student-athletes: the problem, the need / A.P.
Ferrante, Edward Etzel, and Christopher Lantz --Diversity within intercollegiate athletics: current profile and welcomed opportunities / William D. Parham --The African-American student-athlete experience / Robert M.
Sellers and Alphonse Damas --Counseling college women. College Counseling Sourcebook Advice and Strategies from Experienced School Counselors Copies of this book may be ordered from College Board Publications, P.O. BoxMount Vernon, IL The Chapter Counseling student athletes Overview File Size: KB.
Counseling and Psychological Services for College Student-Athletes: Etzel, Edward F.: Books - (4). Relatedly, student-athletes not involved in revenue sports at the collegiate level may suffer from a lack of recognition and the disparity of the college sports system.
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The 7th edition of the Sourcebook is completely updated and includes dozens of new tips, best practices and strategies from experiences counselors, plus nearly photocopy-ready handouts.
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Sports Counseling: Helping Student-Athletes J. Scott Hinkle During the past ten years there has been a dramatic increase in interest and participation in sports at the col-legiate, as well as professional and leisure levels.
The s and s have brought increased commercializa-tion of sports. Despite the involvement of sanctioning. The authors present a systems approach that will enhance the conceptualization skills that counselors need to intervene more effectively with college student-athletes as well as address counselors.This digest addresses one of the most recognized, yet unofficial, special populations on college campuses nationwide-- college student athletes.
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