The role of an elementary school counselor is challenging to define. This increases the likelihood for role ambiguity in the workplace and can lead to lowered efficacy. Because not much research exists on efficacy with elementary school counselors, the purpose of this study was to explore how elementary school counselors manifest self-efficacy in the workplace. It is hoped that such information can inform the practice of school counselors as well as inform the training of future school counselors.
School Counselor/ Adjunct Faculty,
Fayetteville Public Schools, University of Arkansas