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Who Do You Connect With – LinkedIn & School Counselors

As of late, I have been getting many requests from parents of my students asking to connect with me via LinkedIn. But what I really want out of this post is for those school counselors and employees that do use LinkedIn to connect with other professionals.

Following Your Favorite School Counselor Blogs – Feedly, Bloglovin, and Email

If you are anything like me, you consume information like you are drinking from a fire hose. The constant influx from social media, network news, and all of our favorite school counseling blogs can quickly become overwhelming. You may have some other similarities to me like trying to keep up with your learning efficiently. Luckily for both of us – there are ways to help streamline our information feeds and I am going to show you some of my favorite and most popular tools.

Building A Better School Counseling Blog Series: Sprucing It Up

This post will be focusing on how to take your new blog from stock theme and clipart to custom theme and great images. We will also take a look at a few free resources for bloggers and a few more of my favorite WordPress plugins for school counseling blogs.

The Counseling Geek Give Away: “The Drama Years: Real Girls Talk About Surviving Middle School”

Enter to win a free book!

Between now and 8/22 – be sure to enter to win a free book titled “The Drama Years: Real Girls Talk About Surviving Middle School”. The book will be shipped directly to you. Check back here and your email for updates on the winner! Good luck!

SC|CS 2015 – School Counselor Community Scholarship 2015 Fundraiser

This year, The Counseling Geek is teaming up The Middle School Counselor (Carol Miller) to up the ante even higher. I believe that through community donations and partnerships with sponsors – we can raise at least 5 full scholarships ($1,750) for the 2015 conference in Phoenix, AZ.