Illinois School Counselor Association
Thursday, November 21st, 2019
Presenter: Brett Zyromsky
5 PDs/ 5 CEUs
Presented through support from Universal Technical Institute
MTSS from a Social-Emotional perspective : How Evidence-Based Interventions Across Domains can Promote Positive Student Outcomes - This 6-hour workshop will provide school counselors with an evidence-based framework for organizing data-driven, comprehensive school counseling interventions across the three levels of the Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS). School counselors will learn apply process and logic modeling to develop school counseling program goals, organize interventions, identify assessment points, and plan intervention evaluation. A variety of evidenced-based strategies that result in positive student outcomes will be reviewed. Participants will leave with a framework and strategies for shifting their program delivery away from reactionary, referral-driven services and toward preventative, data-driven services that maximize student achievement and prepare students for postsecondary success.
Brett Zyromski is Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University. His scholarship focuses on the impact of evidence-based interventions in school counseling, evidence-based school counselor education, and evaluation in school counseling. Dr. Zyromski is co-author of Facilitating Evidence-Based, Data-Driven School Counseling: A Manual for Practice (Corwin, 2016). He is also co-founder and co-chair of the national Evidence-Based School Counseling Conference (http://www.ebscc.org). Dr. Zyromski has published over twenty articles related to school counseling issues, has delivered over 65 international, national, regional, and local presentations and has served as numerous international and state conference keynote. Dr. Zyromski is also involved with the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) as a Lead Recognized-ASCA-Model-Program Reviewers (LRR’s), and has also serves as a trainer of theASCA National Model for the American School Counselor Association. He has successfully helped over twenty schools successfully earn RAMP over the last five years. Dr. Zyromski has served as project manager for $5,541,223 worth of federal and state grants.
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Monday, December 2, 2019
Presenter: Allison Edwards
7:45 AM-2:45 pm
5 PDs/ 5 CEUs
Helping Students with Trauma and Emotional Dysregulation
Counselors work daily with students who are unable to regulate their emotions. Trauma and ACE’s are a large part of this epidemic and based on brain research, this workshop will help counselors learn how to identify triggers, teach effective coping strategies, and help students go from debilitated to empowered.
15-Minute Counseling Techniques that Work: What You Didn’t Learn in Grad School
Feel like you don’t have enough time to do counseling? Participants will learn 15 counseling techniques that can be implemented in less than 15 minutes from when a student walks into your office. The program can be suited to elementary, middle, or high school counselors (or a combination of all) and participants will not only learn the strategies but will be doing them alongside Allison as she teaches how to implement them. Get out your Play-Doh! This hands-on, experiential program will revolutionize your counseling department and help kids leave feeling empowered.
Allison Edward, LPC, RPT is an affiliate professor in the Human Development Counseling department at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of “Why Smart Kids Worry” and “Worry Says What?” and the creator of Anxiety Tracker an iPhone app that helps track anxiety. Allison received her graduate degree in Counseling from Vanderbilt University and is a National Certified Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Registered Play Therapist. Allison has over 20 years experience working as an elementary teacher, school counselor, child/adolescent psychotherapist, and educational consultant to schools throughout the country.
Collinsville High School
2201 S Morrison Ave,
Collinsville, IL 62234Room: Auditorium
Attendees will enter through the auditorium entrance and check in.
Park in any visitors spot in front of the school or any open and unnumbered spot near the auditorium, which is clearly labeled on the north east end of the campus.
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