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Special Interest Networks
Special Interest Network (SPIN) facilitators promote collaboration among members and support the development of school counseling resources around a special-interest topic important to school counseling and education. These networks are designed to provide support, share ideas and raise awareness of school counseling resources.

Career Development SPIN
Carrie Sanders

Collaboration SPIN
Alan Miller

Creative Uses of Film SPIN 
Kerry Delduchetto

Crisis SPIN
Sandy Austin

Death/Dying/Grief SPIN
Beth Brockman

Disabilities/Special Needs/Learning Disorders SPIN
JoAnne Norris

Group Counseling SPIN
Remona Clark

Homeless Students SPIN
Stacey Havlik

Parent and Family Resources SPIN
Diana Arie

PBIS SPIN
Emily Goodman-Scott

Peer Helping SPIN
Cynthia Morton

Substance Abuse SPIN
Shana McCreery

If you are interested in facilitating a Special Interest Network, please complete an application and return to ASCA. (Word version or PDF version.)

Potential Topics (topics are not limited to this list)

Abuse
Academic Achievement/Success
Accountability
Advocacy
Anger Management
ASCA National Model/RAMP
Behavioral Issues
Bibliocounseling
Bullying/Relational Aggression/Conflict Resolution
Character Education
Collaboration
College Readiness
Crisis/Trauma/Violence
Data
Diversity
Divorce
Dropout Prevention
Eating Disorders/Body Image
English as a Second Language
Grants/Funding/Scholarships
Gifted & Talented
Health Issues & Sex Ed
Legal and Ethical Issues
LGBTQ
Mental Health
Mentoring/Peer Mediation
Self-Injury
Suicide/Suicide Prevention
Transitions
War/Deployments