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- 1 Introduction to Counseling Special Populations in Schools
- 2 Counseling Students Who Are Homeless
- 3 Counseling Students Living in Foster Care
- 4 Counseling Students Involved With the Juvenile Justice System
- 5 Counseling Students Who Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning
- 6 Counseling Students Who Are Pregnant or Parenting Emily S. Fisher, Kelly S. Kennedy, and Haylea Drysdale
- 7 Counseling Students Who Are Gifted
- 8 Counseling Students With Incarcerated Parents
- 9 Counseling Students in Military Families
- 10 Counseling Students to Increase Motivation and School Completion Emily S. Fisher, Kelly S. Kennedy, and Brianna Meshke McLay