Applying the ASCA National Model to Elementary School Students Who are Homeless: A Case Study.

This case study of an African American elementary school female who is homeless illustrates how ASCA’s National Model meets the needs of students who are homeless. The needs of children who are homeless and the rationale for school counseling interventions–including assessment, classroom guidance, group play therapy, and consultation–are described. Outcomes reveal a decrease in the child’s anxiety and behavior problems and an increase in self-concept. Implications and recommendations for school counselors are discussed. **********

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