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Kelly Erin Ludovici

Kelly Erin Ludovici is a master’s student at the Warner School in the school and community counseling program. She is from the Syracuse area and graduated in May 2009 from SUNY Geneseo with a B.A. in psychology.

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  1. Dwayne Campbell
    Dwayne Campbell at |

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on the counselor’s visibility in a school, and he/she gaining the school community’s trust, while building relationships.  I noticed, however, that you did not mention parents as part of this community that counselors should be visible to, or be building relationships with.  To what extent should counselors build relationships with parents, especially since so many challenges that face students have their roots outside the school building?

  2. Vanessa
    Vanessa at |

    These are some great suggestions, not just for future school counselors, but anyone doing work experience or an internship.

  3. Styla
    Styla at |

    Thank you for tips Kelly!
    Taking part in extra activities not only give a chance to become a School Counselors but it also help build mind and confidence.
    Keep sharing!!!

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