Guidance Expo 2013 Registration Form
Guidance Expo 2013-October 21, 2013, White Plains NY
There is no cost for Guidance Expo 2013. Use this registration form indicating your specific program choices. The Westchester County Center is an accessible site. To insure individual accommodations, please call 914-739-2313 to specify the need. Confirmation of your program choices will be emailed to you.
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(Registration 8:30AM - 9:00AM)
Please choose a presentation from the drop down or leave blank if you do not want to sign up for the time slot. Hold your cursor over longer presentation names to get the full description.
Session I (9:00-10:00)
1-ACT Update 2013 – Fall Educator’s Workshop Series (Repeated in Session II)
2-Best Practices: What’s in Your Toolbox?
3-SUNY 2013-14 Update (Repeated in Session IV)
4-When Grief Enters Your School
5-Using CareerZone to Implement the Career Development and Occupational Studies (CDOS) Learning...
6-School Counselors and Technology: Beyond Social Media
7-Professional Development of School Counselors in New York State: A Counselor's Perspective
9-Will or Do You Have Enough Money to Retire? - Workshop (Repeated in Session V)
10-Identifying Mental Health Issues and Risks in Students
11-College Access for Latino Students
Session II (10:05-11:05)
12-ACT Update 2013 – Fall Educator’s Workshop Series
13-Evidence, Evaluation, and School Counseling Accountability
14-Guidance Counselor’s Legal Update - 2013
15-Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies for Treating Stress and Worry in Children and Adolescents
16-Financially Ready for College
17-Returning to our Roots: Nurturing the Socio-Emotional Development of Students
18-The Dignity For All Students Act: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!
19-Bridging Pre-College Interests to Post-College Careers
20-Identifying and Addressing Adolescent Self-Injury in the School Setting: Strategies for Scho...
21-College Choices: Major Universities with Robust Options for Colleges Within the University
22-Will or Do You Have Enough Money to Retire? Cracker Barrel Session (Repeated in Session IV)
Session III (11:05-12:05)
Session IV (12:10-1:10)
23-Update from the College Board - Fall Counselor Workshop (Extended Session 12:10 - 2:10)
24-The Internship and the First Year as a School Counselor: Suggestions from School Counseling ...
25-Developing a Trauma-Informed Counseling Approach
27-The Essay: That 650-Word Strikeout or Homerun
28-Focusing in on Personal Career & College Plans in New York Through Case Studies
29-Stress Management: Counseling and Coping Strategies (Extended Session 12:10 - 2:10)
30-Adversaries to Allies: Working with Challenging Parents
31-SUNY 2013-14 Update
32-Financial Aid Update 2013-2014: What You Need to Know (Extended Session 12:10 - 2:10)
33-Will or Do You Have Enough Money to Retire? Cracker Barrel Session
Session V (1:15-2:10)
34-Searching to Play in the NCAA: College Admissions and the Student Athlete
35-The Power of SUNY: Benefits for the Academically Talented Student
36-School Counselor Awareness of STEM Programs and Careers
37-Human Trafficking and Exploitation: What Every School Counselor Should Know
38-Implementing Crisis Counseling: Role of the School Counselor
39-The Importance of Belonging to Academic Achievement for Diverse Youth
40-Will or Do You Have Enough Money to Retire? - Workshop