The counseling profession has greatly evolved from its vocational roots in the early 20th century. New professional demands resulting from dynamic student needs are once again reshaping the field of educational counseling. Contemporary issues facing students and schools often require a multi-disciplinary problem-solving approach. This book showcases the interdisciplinary work done at the intersection of teaching and learning to support holistic student development in a PK-12 educational setting. It presents current cases that illustrate common challenges and provide solutions or examples of approaches to guide educational practitioners in their development and work. Covering topics such as cultural proficiency, parental empowerment, and professional identity formulation, this casebook is an essential resource for educational counselors, school counselors-in-training, educators, administrators, pre-service teachers, teacher educators, researchers, and academicians.