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Comparing Developmental Assets, Restorative Practices, and Conflict Resolution in Relation to the American School Counseling Association's National Model
by Brambila, L. Jeanette, M.A., Prescott College, 2015, 153; 1605750
Abstract (Summary)

This study compares developmental assets, restorative practices, and conflict resolution to determine how each of these approaches to working with students relates to various elements of school counseling and the four major components of school counseling programs contained in The American School Counseling Association’s National Model. Existing literature on Developmental Assets, Restorative Practices, and Conflict Resolution was reviewed to examine the logistics of each of the models as well as to explore the benefits and limitations of using these processes to improve student outcomes within the realms of academic, personal, and social development. This thesis provides a platform for explaining how various strategies used within Developmental Assets, Restorative Practices, and Conflict Resolution can enable school guidance counselors to utilize evidenced-based practices in their school counseling programs to better serve the schools and the students with whom they work.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Maliszewski, Stan
Commitee: Liddle, Ramie, Sharp, Lloyd
School: Prescott College
Department: Education
School Location: United States -- Arizona
Source: MAI 55/03M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: School counseling, Counseling Psychology, Developmental psychology
Keywords: Asca national model, Conflict management, Developmental assets, Peer mediation, Restorative justice, Restorative practices
Publication Number: 1605750
ISBN: 978-1-339-33979-5
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