I know that many students face troubles in life because they never had anyone to really care for them. I believe I can become a counselor in the school system and make a positive difference in the lives of many such students.
My pursuit of the Master of School Counseling program has been made easy and meaningful by my previous education and experience in the related areas. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Alexandria in Egypt University. My experience of working with my students in the class has significantly helped me apply my theoretical knowledge in psychology in pragmatic terms, in a meaningful way. I have also realized from my experience as a teacher that society transits its cultural heritage to children and young adults. I have witnessed positively how people learn and behave, and learn as individuals. They learn quite as lot from their communities. With a Masters degree in School Counseling I believe that I will become even more innovative and skillful at developing and implementing programs to help others overcome problems. I will seriously consider learning about theories of psychology and how people learn from birth to adulthood. I hope to dedicate my time in the university to understand theory development, which is an important goal of the course. I will try to promote thinking and problem solving in social situation and prepare to handle new concepts of reflective instruction. I understand there will be significant learning about assessment and how to identify individuals, and to move across a spectrum from statistical analysis to classroom narrative and social life, from evaluating the effectiveness of science curriculum to developing integrated prevention and treatment activities that reduce the risk of outcomes and improve social, emotional and academic functioning. I enjoy helping those students I need and I am very