The Evolution from “Guidance Counselor” to “School Counselor”

In a recent interview with NPR Education, Terri Tchorzynski (2017's School Counselor of the Year) said that "cringes" when she hears the term guidance counselor. Here's more insight into why.

Combining Connection with Innovation: Counseling@NYU Welcomes Its First Students

School counseling is a practice based on connections: connecting with children, with youth and adolescents, and with a community. How can you take a profession rooted in building meaningful connections and translate its study online? The key is making sure the program resonates with master’s students and that it inspires the passion school counselors need to succeed.

How To Finance Your Graduate Degree

If you are interested in earning a master’s degree in counseling online, you probably have thought about how you will pay for your degree. Fortunately, there are plenty of financial aid options available that can help you achieve your higher education goals. These options include scholarships and grants, federal and private loans, and loan forgiveness programs.

 

School Counselor Stories: Angela Bassett

Angela Bassett answers the question "Why are you a school counselor?"

Calling All School Counselors: We Want to Share Your Story

The Counseling@NYU editorial team is launching School Counselors — insights and strategies written for and by school counselors. Learn how you can write for our blog.

Counseling@NYU to Host Twitter Chat for School Counselors

Learn how you can join @CounselingtatNYU's twitter chat for school counselors, co-hosted by the American School Counselor Association, on Thursday, 6/16 at 7PM EST