Assistant Professor Anita Young has published School Counseling Leadership: The Essential Practice. According to the American School Counselor Association Website, the new book by Young and Marcy-Miller-Kneale builds a framework for enhancing school counseling leadership capacity for K-12 counselors and district/state school counseling supervisors. Reflective activities, examples and resources based on research allow readers to gain the knowledge and skills to employ effective leadership practices that promote student success.
Another book, Making Data Work, written by Carol Kaffenberger, a faculty associate in counseling and human services, and Young, was recently published. This book provides step-by-step implementation strategies, skill-building activities, examples and resources to help school counselors develop program goals, collect and analyze data and share their findings with key stakeholders.