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This literature review discusses the impact administration, agencies and their policies impact the counselor’s productivity and job satisfaction. Often the board of administration is compiled of individuals who are disconnected from the counseling field, yet are the ones creating the policies for the counselors to abide by. Administration creates policies based upon criteria created by the agency, which may not always coincide with the counselor’s job duties. Impacts of such policies are discussed in detail. Additionally, obstacles and barriers are examined. Some of these barriers include insurance requirements, agency requirements, and client obstacles. It is crucial administration, counselors and counselors-in-training are aware of these aspects of concern. All of these components are based upon counselors who are currently working in the field in the Midwest region of the United States.
Ziemann, Bailey, "Administration Policy Impacts on Counselor Productivity and Overall Job Satisfaction" (2016). Counselor Education Capstones. 61.
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