National School Counseling Week on February, 2020: Army National Guard and Health Question?
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It will probably be okay, but the treatment records will have to be submitted and depending on what your doc wrote down you might be further disqualified.
For example, we had an applicant once who turned in counseling docs for anxiety (or something) saying she was over it, but because the doctor had written "patient is depressed" on the chart notes during counseling the applicant was then disqualified for depression and had no treatment records to verify that was not an issue.
It's a slippery slope but you should be okay.
where can i get an old exam for EMT-B national certification?
If you're currently at school for EMT training go to your career counseling center, they'll have one.
what is the meaning of guidance counseling?
In the United States, the school counseling profession began as a vocational guidance movement at The beginning of the 20th century. Jesse B. Davis is considered the first to provide a systematic school guidance program. In 1907, he became the principal of a high school and encouraged the school English teachers to use compositions and lessons to relate career interests, develop character, and avoid behavioural problems. Many others during this time did the same. For example, in 1908, Frank Parsons, "Father of Vocational Guidance" established the Bureau of Vocational Guidance to assist young people in making the transition from school to work.
From the 1920s to the 1930s, school counselling and guidance grew because of the rise of progressive education in schools. This movement emphasised personal, social, moral development. Many schools reacted to this movement as anti-educational, saying that schools should teach only the fundamentals of education. This, combined with the economic hardship of the Great Depression, led to a decline in school counselling and guidance. In the 1940s, the U.S. used psychologists and counsellors to select, recruit, and train military personnel. This propelled the counselling movement in schools by providing ways to test students and meet their needs. Schools accepted these military tests openly. Also, Carl Rogers' emphasis on helping relationships during this time influenced the profession of school counselling. In the 1950s the government established the Guidance and Personnel Services Section in the Division of State and Local School Systems. In 1957, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I. Out of concern that the Russians were beating the U.S. in the space race, which had military implications, and that there were not enough scientists and mathematicians, the American government passed the National Defence Education Act, which spurred a huge growth in vocational guidance through large amounts of funding. Since the 1960s, the profession of school counselling has continued to grow as new legislation and new professional developments were established to refine and further the profession and improve education (Schmidt, 2003). On January 1, 2006, Congress officially declared February 6-10 as National School Counselling Week.