About the Training
During this engaging and informative 2-day course, ISCA Directors Cheryl Brown and Brooke Fezler will lead participants through an interactive training session. The course is specifically designed to enhance your understanding of the new ISCA International Model 2nd edition, which is aimed at establishing a comprehensive school counseling program. As a participant, you will gain valuable insights, practical strategies, and relevant resources that can be immediately applied to enhance your school counseling program.
Throughout the course, Cheryl Brown and Brooke Fezler will facilitate dynamic discussions and provide hands-on activities to ensure an active learning experience. They will share valuable tips and equip counselors with a toolkit of effective techniques and resources that can be integrated into their school counseling practices.
By the end of the training, counselors will leave with a heightened knowledge of the ISCA International Model 2nd edition, along with a range of practical tools that can be implemented in their day-to-day counseling activities. This course promises to be a valuable opportunity for professional growth and empowerment, enabling counselors to enhance their effectiveness and make a positive impact within their school communities.
How might I apply the ISCA International Model for School Counseling Programs to my current school setting?
How might we leverage the diversity among counselors at various divisions, and in various cities around the world to work towards the same goals and share resources?
By the end of the course participants will know:
By the end of the course participants will be able to :
We are excited to announce that the American School of Doha will be hosting this training. We are so pleased to work with their learning team and counselors to create a special event for all who join us!
About the Facilitators
Brooke Fezler, M.A. in Counseling, is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of the International School Counselor Association (ISCA), drawing upon her extensive experience in international school counseling. Since 2005, she has worked in schools across five countries, making a significant impact on student success through effective coordination of school-wide initiatives and promotion of comprehensive counseling programs. Brooke is also an adjunct professor at Lehigh University, sharing her expertise with aspiring counselors. As a co-developer of the International Model for School Counseling Programs in 2011 and 2022, she has contributed to advancing the field. Her dedication to education and multifaceted involvement as a Co-Founder, Director, adjunct professor, and author make her an invaluable asset to ISCA and the international school counseling community.
Arrangements are being made to stay at the Double Tree Al Saad in Doha. A short distance to the training site.
Bus transportation will be arranged to and from this hotel each day to ASD.
Rates here are noted in Qatari Rial.
Fees and Information
Registration fee for 1-person: $560 (ISCA Member) or $640 (Non-Member)