ASCA National Model: Themes and Foundation
With only three minutes to discuss your school counseling program, what would you say? Explore the ways the ASCA National Model demonstrates how a comprehensive school program is critical and how school counseling program goals and outcomes support the school’s mission. Learn to establish the focus of your comprehensive school counseling program based on students’ academic, career and social/emotional needs. Discover how your beliefs, vision statement, mission statement and program goals contribute to your program’s focus. Hear how student competencies, professional competencies and ethical standards should be at the foundation of your school counseling program.

Learning outcomes:
Upon completion of this webinar, participants should be able to:
  1. Discuss the three sections of the ASCA National Model’s foundation component: program focus, student competencies and professional competencies
  2. Describe how to design a strong foundation through advocacy and collaboration with staff, parents/guardians and the community to determine what every student will receive as a benefit of the school counseling program
  3. Identify at least one need and demonstrate through program goals and competencies how to meet the need
Speaker: 
Deirdra Williams is the dean of counseling and student services at Heritage High School in Wake Forest, N.C. She is a lead RAMP reviewer and provides professional development on various aspects of using the ASCA National Model.

Aug. 17, 2017, 1 p.m. Eastern
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