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Webinars are always free to ISCA members. The fee for non ISCA members is $20 per webinar.  A few events are restricted to ISCA Members-Only as a Membership Benefit.  To Join ISCA, click here.

Recordings are always available to ISCA Members to re-watch at a later date. 

UPcoming Webinars

2024 Substance Use Insights: Navigating Truths, Protecting Futures

June 5, 2024 @ 12:00-1:00pm GMT 

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In this webinar, we will provide an overview of 2024 Global Substance Use Trends, focusing on correcting misinformation that affects both students and adults. Topics will include:

  • The amount of nicotine in vaping devices and the rising trend of salt nicotine pouches
  • Changes in cannabis potency over the past decade and the health risks modern cannabis poses to young people
  • Regional substance use trends, such as the use of nitrous oxide in specific areas around the world
  • Strategies for counselors to address current student substance use and provide guidance on best practices for prevention.

For those who are supporting students planning to return to the United States, providing more education on the actual risks of fentanyl and what students need to know to stay safe (cannabis isn't laced with it; it's in counterfeit pills, such as Xanax and Percocet). https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc2313270

Speaker: Katie Greeley

Katie Greeley, LCSW, CADC is a graduate of the University of Chicago Master of Social Work Program, and the Advanced Alcohol and Other Drug Training Program. In Chicago, Katie was on the founding team for the Substance Use and Prevention Program (SUPP) for the Division of Adolescent Medicine at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital.

She has over a decade of experience providing clinical & prevention services with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation & FCD Prevention Works. Katie has conducted prevention education in schools nationwide as well as in over 30+ countries internationally.

Katie delivers an evidence-based curriculum at an age-appropriate level, drawing on her years of clinical experience, training in prevention, and her perspective as an individual in healthy recovery from addiction.

Planning Your Social Emotional Learning Curriculum with Unifrog

June 12 2024 @ 11:00-12:00pm GMT 

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If you need a quality whole-school social and emotional learning curriculum, Unifrog's complete SEL and PSHE Lesson Pack has over 80 ready-made lessons, making it easy for you to meet ISCA Student Standards, CASEL competencies, and the UK government's PSHE objectives for an international audience.

Our engaging lessons are designed for Grades 6-12, and are ready for the classroom with no prep required, deliverable in either 15- or 60-minute sessions. Join us to see it in action!


Farhana Somani

She is the Head of International School Partnerships at Unifrog. She and her team work with over 850 international schools to support their counselors and students make the most of Unifrog.

Emily Adkins

She is Head of Teaching Resources at Unifrog, the universal destinations platform that supports 1.7 million students worldwide to make informed decisions about their futures and build successful applications. Emily and her team create plug-and-play lessons about SEL, PSHE, and university guidance, alongside student-facing online courses. Emily has a BSc (Hons) in psychology and a postgraduate certificate in secondary education. She has seven years of classroom experience, having previously been Head of Psychology at a UK secondary school. In this role, Emily designed engaging GCSE and A level psychology programmes of study for students aged 13 to 18.

Past ISCA Webinars recordings for viewing

For ISCA Members, all webinars from August 2021 onwards can be watched on this page: 2021-23 ISCA Webinar Recordings.

Responsive Services with A Trauma Informed Lens

with Janice Holland

March 10, 2022

  • You can access all the documents shared, including her presentation slides (as a pdf document) by clicking on this link to the Google drive folder.
  • The webinar is free to view. Simply enter your information after clicking on the PLAY button 

Crisis in Ukraine: How can School Counselors Help

March 02, 2022

What are Counseling Consultation Circles? An Inside Peek

January 19, 2022

  • Document:  Importance of Consultation for Counselors 
  • Click here to learn more about the Linden Consultation Circles. Download the brochure and register to participate in the Spring 2022 session.
  • The webinar is free to view. Simply enter your information after clicking on the PLAY button 

CBT for Teens: Simple Strategies from CBT for Teenagers in the Pandemic

February 17, 2021 

The webinar is free to view. Simply enter your information after clicking on the PLAY button and you will be taken to view it! 

Understanding and Communicating Your Role as a School Counselor in an Online Environment with Dr. Stuart Roe

Coping with Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19): Supporting the Mental Health of International Communities affected by the Pandemic with Dr. Sean Truman

What is Happening!? Can Mindfulness Based Wellbeing Really Help in a Global Crisis? with Kevin Hawkins and Amy Burke

(Resources mentioned during the webinar: resource list )

Supporting Counselors as Leaders with Dr. Chris Liang

Planning for and Responding to Grief and Loss During a Pandemic with an ISCA Panel 

PowerPoint with live links to resources)

Upskill Your Tech Skills with Sarah Carpenter

(Resources:  Tip Sheet for FlipGrid  and Tip Sheet for EdPuzzle)

DocuFilm ¨Like¨Q&A with Scilla Andreen

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Webinars  

June 10, 2020 Counselor Chat Part 1 

Presentation Slides 

June 17, 2020 Counselor Chat Part 2 

Presentation Slides

Sept 17, 2020 Counselor Chat  

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