Career Conversations with Parents
Learn how to use the Career Conversations, aligned with the ASCA Mindsets & Behaviors, to work with parents in the formation of students’ career and college readiness, and explore how to use the Career Conversations for the purpose of assessment, prevention, intervention and to develop a program objective. Hear examples of parent/school counselor interactions, parent workshops and discussion questions to promote practical application.

Learning outcomes:
As a result of attending this webinar, participants will be able to
  1. Identify the foundational underpinnings of the ASCA Career Conversations
  2. Demonstrate the use of ASCA Career Conversations using parent case studies
  3. Design a parent workshop using ASCA Career Conversations
Jennifer Curry, Ph. D., is a professor of counselor education at Louisiana State University where she specializes in career and college readiness. She has served as an elementary, middle and high school counselor. Additionally, she has served as guest editor of Professional School Counseling journal, a journal reviewer, a delegate of ASCA’s Delegate Assembly, president of the Louisiana School Counselor Association and is currently a Professional School Counseling associate editor.

Megyn Shea, Ph. D. is an assistant professor of school counseling at the NYIT Manhattan and Long Island campuses. Her research interests include career development and college readiness. Prior to becoming a school counselor educator, she worked as an elementary and middle school counselor in Washington.

Dec. 6, 2017, 2 p.m. Eastern