By Dennis Lines
Short Counseling in faculties, moment version is a realistic advisor to delivering aid and aid to adolescents experiencing more than a few problems of their domestic and faculty lives. spotting the restrictions of operating inside university settings, the booklet illustrates how counseling can however be powerful, even if time is brief and confidentiality is tough to maintain. in keeping with a style of short integrative counseling that may be tailored to the diversity of difficulties which scholars carry to counseling, and illustrated with wealthy and sundry case fabric, the chapters examine problems with: vainness; melancholy and suicidal ideas; bullying; parental separation and step-parent clash; loss and bereavement; non secular issues; smoking, drug, and alcohol use; and sexuality.
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It is an offence to cause or incite a child to engage in sexual activity (including ‘grooming’), to engage in sexual activity in the presence of a child, or to cause a child to watch a sexual act. The counsellor working within an educational setting has no latitude, therefore, whether employed by an educational authority or enlisted by an individual school from its own budget, but must be proactive in reporting cases where a child ‘is suffering or is likely to suffer significant harm’ to the headteacher or the person responsible for child protection.
The implementation of child protection procedures is problematic for all counsellors. It has been argued above that no counsellor can offer complete confidentiality within an educational setting. Voluntary counsellors enlisted by the school, or employed by the school on a part-time basis, work under jurisdiction of the LEA and are subject to child protection policies as set out in the authority’s guidelines. qxd 8/8/2006 4:53 PM Page 34 Brief Counselling in Schools of contracted counselling, if a pupil discloses an incident which threatens her, or puts her at risk of significant harm, every counsellor in education must be professional.
There is a legal right for a headteacher to insist on being given information that pupils share in confidence with teachers in school, but such a requirement made of the school counsellor would diminish the effectiveness of therapy. The headteacher has to balance the legal right of parents to know what their child is saying with the code of confidentiality afforded to that child by the counsellor under employ. In addition, counsellors may elect to refer their clients to other counselling agencies or psychological/psychiatric services.