Skip To Content

PEER COUNSELING 11/12

This course is designed to introduce students to the basic skills necessary to establish and maintain successful helping relationships with peers. Skills learnt will also promote and support successful relationships with family members and other members of society. Students will develop skills in the areas of interpersonal communication, empathic listening, questioning techniques, ethics, referrals, decision-making and problem solving, peer mediation, mentoring, suicide prevention awareness, assertiveness training, anger management, lesson plan development and self-assessment.

UNITS of INSTRUCTION: Orientation to Peer Counseling, Interpersonal Communication, Listening, Feedback, Role of Questioning, Decision Making and Problem Solving, Ethics and Referral, Practicum Placement, Suicide Prevention, Conflict Resolution, Mentoring. Assertiveness Training, Anger Management, Social and Health Issues Affecting Youth, Lesson Plan Development, Self Assessment.

EVALUATION COMPONENTS: Weekly Journal, Assignments re: Content Classes, Self-Evaluation, School Project, Class Participation, Mediation management, Elementary Placement evaluation.

PREREQUISITE: Successful referral and interview process and MSS Staff recommendation.

Contact Us:

École Mission Senior Secondary
32939 7th Avenue
Mission, BC Canada
V2V 2C5

Main Office
Tel: 604-826-7191
Fax: 604-826-8187

Principal
Jim Pearce

Vice-Principal
Last Names A-Le
Beth-Anne Cullen

Vice-Principal
Last Names Li-Z
Hardeep Grewal

Counselors

TBD
Last Name A-J

Linda Dickinson
Last Name K-Pe

Colin Love
Last Name Ph-Z/International

Jody Shaw
Aboriginal

News:

MSS Calendar
Click here

MSS Newsletter
Click here

Unscheduled Closures
Latest Info

MSS Program Booklet
Click here

BC Dogwood Planner
Click here

Grad Transition 12
Portfolio Info

CheckMyMarks

Some Teachers use CMM
For More Info click here

Facebook Pages :

MSS Football

MSS Career Center

MSS. Facebook Page