Culturally Competent School Counseling
As the United States continues getting more multicultural, it’s more important than ever to develop your cultural competence. Focus on select components of the ASCA National Model to create an organized space within which to think about infusing cultural competence at your school. Learn practical steps toward becoming a culturally competent school counselor.
Learning Outcomes
  • Describe how culturally competent school counseling can be delivered through the framework of the ASCA National Model (3rd Edition).
  • Critically reflect upon the lenses through which one views the world and shapes one’s school counseling practice.
  • Discover the value of promoting equity and develop a learning plan for embodying that value.
Paul Harris, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the school counseling program in the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. He is currently president-elect for the Virginia School Counselor Association.Previously, he was a high school counselor in Newport News, Va., and Loudoun County, Va.

Jan. 27, 2016, 12 p.m. Eastern
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