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Counseling book to be used by Korean schools leaders

by Jo Ann Jones, COEHDnews Editor    |    March 27, 2015

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Dr. Gerald Juhnke’s co-authored book, “Suicide, Self-Injury and Violence in the Schools: Assessment, Prevention, and Intervention Strategies,” was translated into Korean and reformatted for future use by Korean school administrators, counselors and teachers. This is the first time the book will be available in a language other than English.

The book, originally published in 2010, provides current and future school counselors with information on risk assessment and guidelines for responding to crises.

Juhnke is a professor in the Department of Counseling, joining the counseling faculty in 2004. In addition to his 2010 publication, he has published six other books, including “The Theory and Practice of Assessment in Counseling,” “Case Studies in Suicide: Experiences of Mental Health Professionals,” “Counseling Addicted Families: An Integrated Assessment and Intervention Model,” “Critical Incidents in Addictions Counseling,” “Substance Abuse Assessment: A Handbook for Mental Health Professionals,” “Addressing School Violence: Practical Strategies and Interventions,” and the fiction novel “Abducted: Dr. Wade Stone San Antonio – Stone Oak.”

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