Teaching Advocacy Counseling within a Social Justice Framework: Implications for School Counselors and Educators

  • Eric J. Green Johns Hopkins University
  • Vivian C. McCollum Old Dominion University
  • Danica G. Hays Old Dominion University

Abstract

The authors present a comprehensive view of advocacy counseling utilizing an original paradigm built upon the ideals that all clients should have equal access to goods and services and equal participation in programs and institutions. Relevant activities and a case study are included to highlight the importance of infusing advocacy in counselor training programs. Last, implications for school counselors and educators are provided.
Published
2008-04-01
How to Cite
Green, E., McCollum, V., & Hays, D. (2008). Teaching Advocacy Counseling within a Social Justice Framework: Implications for School Counselors and Educators. Journal for Social Action in Counseling & Psychology, 1(2), 14-30. Retrieved from https://openjournals.bsu.edu/jsacp/article/view/183