With growing concerns related to Covid-19 (Novel Coronavirus), schools around the world are facing long and short term closures and have opened online learning environments, which can cause stress and anxiety for our students, parents and fellow staff members. We also understand there are many schools that remain open, but are preparing plans should they need to close. With our focus on student mental health and well-being, especially during this difficult time, the need to proactively communicate with parents and to provide strategies and suggestions to our families and community remain a top priority.
The International School Counselor Association (ISCA) Task Force has compiled the following resources which we hope will be useful to you and your school during this challenging and stressful time.
Please let us know how we can support you during these times. If you have other resources that would like for us to post please email us at email@example.com.
Here you will find two new versions of the ISCA Scope and Sequence. A full article on the Scope and Sequence can be read here.
February 3-8th, 2019 we are celebrating the 1st International School Counseling Week.
How can you celebrate?
Here is a list of the primary concerns from Dr. Poland regarding 13 Reasons Why. Please review this list especially as Season 2 is set to launch May 18, 2018. Updated: May 9, 2018.
Go here for the 1-hour recording of the 2017 webinar. Here is the presentation by Dr. Poland from the webinar.
Join ISCA today to continue to be apart of these conversations and have access to more resources, as well as stay up-to-date about the 2019 ISCA Conference, March 14-16, 2018, in Brussels, Belgium.
Dr. Poland will be presenting as part of the ISCA-AAIE Summer Institute at Nova Southeastern University, June 25-28, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Register is still open: click here for more information.