Professional Development Opportunities
When: Jul 14, 2020 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Topic: TSCA Webinar: MTSS Considerations for School Counselors as We Go Back to School
Register in advance for this webinar: on our members only page.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Together we will address:
School counselors, we are in the midst of an unusual time that is quickly evolving. How can we best meet the needs of our students and schools? Attend this session to learn how school counselors can use a MTSS-lens when considering going back to school in the fall of 2020. What can you do to serve all (Tier 1), some (Tier 2), and few (Tier 3) students?
Important Notes: This is a live members only webinar. No recording will be available after the webinar, but we will post a PDF of the Q and A to our members after the webinar. Please e-mail us your questions beforehand.Dr. Emily Goodman-Scott (Old Dominion University; School Counselors for MTSS )
More exciting webinars and Zoom talks coming soon!
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Hopeful Endings and Happy Beginnings with Stephanie Lerner, MS
Watch our recording here. (original air date 5/5/2020)
You can access here activity packet here.
Resource suggestion: https://childmind.org/article/anxiety-and-coping-with-coronavirus/
Offering self paced online courses in data, core curriculum, Tier 2 interventions, time management, and more!
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
With courses in cognitive coping, parenting skills, trauma narration and more.
Learn more here.
The American Counseling Association is giving all counselors access to unique package of 15 Continuing Education (CE) products for free. Each CE product will award 1.0 CE hours upon completion.
You can access these CEs online—each course must be claimed and completed by September 30th.
This package includes access to select videos, articles, and book chapters. Topics range from ethics, private practice management, substance use screening, and more.
Claim this package today by going to our site and registering for a free ACA account. Once you’ve created an account, enter the code: 15FreeCE
The STAT curriculum is designed to help you understand Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) and provide ways to mitigate its effects through the use of self-care techniques and a variety of helpful resources.
STAT (Support for Teachers Affected by Trauma) is a five-module, self-paced course geared toward pre-K thru grade 12 teachers and school administrators. Although the course is primarily designed to be used by individuals, it can also be implemented at the whole school and/or district level.
During this difficult time, we are offering our Parenting Online class for free. Due to the great response we have extended the offer until May 15. It's our way of supporting families as they go through this unprecedented crisis.
Trauma-Informed Resilient Schools teaches school professionals how to create trauma-informed schools and classrooms. The training focuses on resilience, exploring the core values and beliefs of educators and places an emphasis on understanding how trauma impacts children and their school experience. Lastly, proactive strategies such as fostering connections, prioritizing social and emotional skills, establishing safety, and promoting play are presented. This course provides detailed information and concrete actions that answer not just the “why” but also the “how” to create the best classroom and school supports for traumatized students and the school professionals who serve them.
This course covers the first 6 steps of the 10 Steps to Create a Trauma-Informed Resilient School (if you have taken the previous version of the course: Trauma-Informed Schools)
Child Advocacy Days
Access all presentations from the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth here.
Watch the CASEL Cares weekly webinars here.
ACEs The Role of Life Experiences in Shaping Brain DevelopmentView here: https://bit.ly/2UqTllN
Inspired by a story of self-motivation, perseverance, belief in self and success. Watch the talk that inspired so many tweet-able moments here.
ASCA Annual Conference June 27-30, 2020 now @home
Each year, we look forward to bringing the school counseling community together at the ASCA Annual Conference. But this year, based on decisions by the state of Washington regarding large gatherings – and our desire to keep members safe – we will transform the ASCA Annual Conference into an online experience. Even though we can’t gather in Seattle this year as we had planned, we can all still be together. ASCA is excited to announce ASCA@Home, an all-new online educational experience. ASCA@Home, June 29–July 2, will offer keynote speakers, almost 90 breakout sessions and special events that will put the “social” back in social distancing.
SCALI: Sept. 13-15, 2020
Join your fellow Tennessee School Counselors as we hear from some incredible speakers such as Gerry Brooks and Julia Cook.
Register here. Join TSCA to be inspired, empowered and embraced!
Helping Clients Manage COVID-19 Anxiety
Transitioning to Online Therapy During COVID-19
Please note: Due to GoToWebinar capacity issues, ASCA is halting live webinars for the time being. All scheduled ASCA webinars will be posted as recorded versions on ASCA On Air as soon as possible after their scheduled date. Webinars on ASCA On Air are always free to members. All webinars recorded from March 15–May 15, 2020, are also free to nonmembers.
ASCA Specialist Trainings
ASCA has currently reduced the cost of their specialist trainings to $49 for nonmembers and $29 for members.