school counseling supervision, counselors-in-training, counselor education, CAFE Model
Counselor Education, School Counseling
Given the increased need for school counselors to proactively address the pervasive achievement, opportunity, and attainment gaps, school counselor preparation should move from traditional supervision models to one with an equitable K-12 student outcomes focus. The Change Agent for Equity (CAFE) model presented can help school counselors-in-training foster a change agent identity, aimed at helping all K-12 students succeed and reach their postsecondary dreams. The CAFE model and the supervisor’s identity and supervision practices within the model are described. Additionally, internship assignments and rubrics are outlined and supervisory recommendations and implications are discussed.
Ockerman, Melissa S.; Mason, Erin C. M.; and Chen-Hayes, Stuart F.
"School Counseling Supervision in Challenging Times: The CAFE Supervisor Model,"
The Journal for Counselor Preparation and Supervision:
2, Article 4.
Available at: http://repository.wcsu.edu/jcps/vol5/iss2/4