"The move to evidence-based school counseling practice presents a daunting challenge, but the authors offer a sound argument as to why it must be met and then get busy explaining how to do what we need to do."
(Katie Gray, Director of Student Services 2006-11-17)
"School counselors and students of the profession receive specific guidelines and models for collecting and analyzing data, including tips on measuring student learning and behavior modification. An excellent guide counselors will appreciate." (California Bookwatch, August 2007 2007-10-12)
"An utterly invaluable guide to measuring qualities and situations that would seem at first glance to deny quantification. Highly recommended for aspiring and working professionals in the field." (Wisconsin Bookwatch, November 2007 2008-01-29)
"What sets this book apart from its contemporaries is that it is both comprehensive and practical. The book is well written, well organized, and easy to read. It not only serves to educate but, equally important, to inspire change, innovation, and forward movement." (PsycCRITIQUES, February 2008, Vol. 53(9) 2008-03-06)
"An excellent contribution to the field of school counseling." (Victoria L. Bacon, Professor of Counselor Education 2008-09-11)