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Outline the six steps for assisting students developed by Williamson (1950)


Outline the six steps for assisting students developed by Williamson (1950)



1. Analysis-the gathering of data about the student and his environment.
2. Synthesis-the selection of relevant data, the summary and organization of these data to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the student.
3. Diagnosis-the development of rationale regarding nature and etiology of the students’ problems
4. Prognosis-a prediction of outcomes based on the actions chosen by the student.
5. Treatment-various approaches and techniques selected for the counseling relationship
6. Follow-up-an evaluation of the effectiveness of the counseling relationship and the student’s plan of action. Counselors and psychologists alike echoed this concern and stressed that vocational choice is simply one of many developmental issues with which counselors should assist students.
These views began to broaden the goals of guidance and counseling in education. As a result, resurgence in school counseling began.
francis1897 answered the question on March 15, 2023 at 13:07

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