Using analytical tools

United States, 1954

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Episode of Series “Counselling Adolescents”
Illustrates how a trained student counsellor prepared for his interview with an average 16-year-old boy. Discusses the value of analytical tools - such as the student’s cumularive record, his aptitude tests, his anecdotal record and his auto-biography - in identifying and analysing problems.

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