Guidance Expo 2015 Registration Form
Guidance Expo 2015-October 21, 2015, White Plains NY
There is no cost for Guidance Expo 2015. 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 - Fall Educator’s Workshop Series (Repeated in Session II)
2-Financial Aid Update and College Affordability (Repeated in Session IV)
3-State University of New York 2015-16 Update (Repeated in Session IV)
4-School Counseling Interventions for the Student with Bipolar Disorder
5-Understanding how Our Fear of Death Can Prevent Us from Supporting Our School Community throu...
6-Supporting Latino Immigrant Students as They Transition to College
7-Program 7 has been cancelled. Please choose another program
8-Helping Students Change: What Every School Counselor Needs to Know
9-Anger Management for Teens
10-The Sexualization of Girls
11-Will You Have Enough Money to Retire? Workshop (Repeated in Session V)
Session II (10:05-11:05)
12-ACT Update - Fall Educator’s Workshop Series
13-Financially Ready for College
14-Multiculturalism, Mindfulness and K-12 School
15-Reaching Students through Inspiring Stories and Reflection, Following the ASCA Model
16-How Far Down the Road Have You Come: Implementing a Comprehensive School Counseling Program
17-Advocating for Your School Counseling Program
18-Healthy Coping Skills
19-Developing a Trauma-Informed Counseling Program
20-Health Sciences at the State University of New York
21-Evaluating Your School Counseling Interventions Made Easy
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-Financial Aid Update and College Affordability
24-Diversity on Campus: Nurturing an Environment of Inclusiveness
25-Resiliency-Focused Counseling Strategies
26-Recipe For Success!
27-The Internship & the First School Counseling Job: Surviving and Thriving (Extended session 1...
28-Identifying and Addressing Adolescent Self-Injury in the School Setting: Strategies for Scho...
29-Update from the College Board - Fall Counselor Workshop (Extended session 12:10 -2:10)
30-Understanding and Preventing Senioritis: What We Can Do to Increase Student Engagement
31-Strategies for Working Effectively with Diverse Caseloads
32-State University of New York 2015-16 Update
33-Will or Do You have Enough Money to Retire? Cracker Barrel Session
Session V (1:15-2:10)
34-College2Kids, Kids2College: An Early College Awareness Program
35-Mental Health Counselor Licensure for School Counselors
36-Will You Have Enough Money to Retire? Workshop
37-Current Legal Issues Affecting School Counselors
38-Proposed NYSED Regulatory Changes for School Counselors
39-Play in the NCAA - College Admissions & the Student Athlete
40-School Counselors on the Front Lines: When Trauma and Loss Caused by the Foster Care System ...
41-What Schools Can Do to Help Children Cope with Divorce
42-ACCES-VR: Providing Transition Services to Youth