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Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Understanding where guidance counseling derived from, really allows one to see how different eras had a role in developing it to how it is today. When something begins during a social reform movement, it has only one way to go, but up. That of coarse being the foundation to everything they counsel on today. It was interesting to learn that one of the main persons responsible for modern counselors was a psychologist. Which is understandable given the issues they deal with at times. I am surprised at how they kept adding to the responsibilities through out the years, including being successful in our fast-paced growing communities and guide the students toward college or the workforce.