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Counseling
Counseling
Counseling in Schools Is About Learning, Not Cure

Much of the work of conflict resolution needs to take place in conversations between people. If conflict is a relational phenomenon, then it makes sense that conflict resolution needs to focus on the relational dimensions of people's lives. But that is not to say that much conflict resolution work cannot be done through counseling individuals. Students in schools can fruitfully talk over with a counselor how they are going to approach a relational context, either to avoid a full-blown conflict emerging or to address one that has already arisen.

It is necessary, however, to pause and consider just what ...

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