ALSCA Virtual Learning Series (VLS)
Schools are dealing with increasingly complex matters pertaining to students’ mental health and social/emotional well-being. Through the delivery of a comprehensive school counseling program, with equitable access for all students, school counselors can be influential in promoting student success and positive mental health outcomes. Given school counselors’ instrumental role in mental health crisis prevention and intervention, it is essential they possess the knowledge and tools necessary to identify and respond to the many issues students are facing in these unchartered, modern times. It is also essential they understand the legal implications and ethical considerations within the specific context of school counseling. School counselors, counseling coordinators, school and system administrators, school based therapists and social workers, school nurses, teachers, counselor educators, counseling students, and other stakeholders are encouraged to attend, as collaboration with all stakeholders is an essential building block of a comprehensive school counseling program.
VLS 24 Presenters: Dr. Carletta Hurt, Michelle Pruett, and Timothy Alexander
VLS 24 Topics Include: diversity, advocacy, trauma, behavior management, and overcoming challenges
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