Counseling and the College Program

Papers from the Third Annual Conference of Administrators of College and University Counseling Programs, held at Michigan State College in November 1952

Author:

Ralph F. Berdie

Counseling and the College Program was first published in 1954.

After preliminary chapters on research and the role of adequate evaluation as a part of in-service training, [Counseling and the College Program] shows the pervasiveness of counseling theory and practice in many aspects of college administration: pre-college clinics, admission of students, residence hall management, general education, discipline, and placement.

The Journal of Higher Education, 1956

Ralph F. Berdie was a professor of psychology at the University of Minnesota.

Counseling and the College Program was first published in 1954.

After preliminary chapters on research and the role of adequate evaluation as a part of in-service training, [Counseling and the College Program] shows the pervasiveness of counseling theory and practice in many aspects of college administration: pre-college clinics, admission of students, residence hall management, general education, discipline, and placement.

The Journal of Higher Education, 1956