Join Jill Cook, ASCA assistant director, and Christy Clapper, a lead RAMP reviewer, for a conversation about how comprehensive school counseling, the ASCA National Model and RAMP have had an impact on Quaker Valley School District.
ASCA conference keynote speaker explains why school counselors and families need to completely re-imagine the college application process as a journey of self-discovery and self-reliance.
A conversation with Rachel Simmons about her books, Odd Girl Out, Odd Girl Speaks Out and The Curse of the Good Girl and the prevalence of bullying and relational aggression and what school counselors and all adults can do to model appropriate behavior.
Join ASCA’s executive director, Richard Wong, Ed.D., as he talks to celebrity chef Jeff Henderson about his journey from prison to some of the finest kitchens in the country and about his passion for helping young people find their purpose in life.
2013 School Counselor of the Year Mindy Willard chats with Richard Wong, ASCA executive director, about some of her programs and what's helped her get where she is today.
Jill Cook, ASCA assistant director, speaks with new author Tim Federle. Tim’s debut novel, "Better Nate Than Ever," is about a small-town kid who crashes an audition for "E.T.: The Musical" and is published by Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers. Tim talks about his journey from dancer to author and how his high school counselor helped him out along the way.
Join Carol Krause from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to learn about the prevalence and impact of teen prescription drug abuse and what school counselors can do to address the issue.
Join ASCA for a conversation with our Ethics Committee chair, Carolyn Stone, Ed.D. Dr. Stone discusses confidentiality issues and how to navigate the process when an administrator asks for confidential information about students, what to do it subpoenaed and how to practice as an ethical school counselor every day.
Manzo Elementary School counselor Moses Thompson shares what it takes to build and maintain a community garden at a school – and how it can be fertile ground for a school counseling program.
Join 2012 School Counselor of the Year finalist Anne Ogilvy and Jill Cook, ASCA assistant director, for a conversation about Anne’s career as an elementary school counselor and programs that have been successful at her school including the WATCH DOGS program and the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.