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The Counseling Geek Interview Series: @Prof_Polzin

The Counseling Geek Interview Series: @Prof_Polzin

Welcome to the newly created TCG Interview Series. I wanted to try to reach out and get some info, tips, and advice from fellow counselors about using technology in their counseling program. This is the first installment I have another one coming very soon, so stay tuned. The interviews will be held via different media – from a written interview (like this one) to video interviews over Skype/Google Hangouts. I am excited about this…

2014-2015 Counseling Geek Financial Year In Review

2014-2015 Counseling Geek Financial Year In Review

Keeping it transparent. Hello faithful and fellow Geek. As promised last year when I started loosely “monetizing” this blog with affiliate ads from Amazon, I want to provide a brief yearly review of the ins and outs of The Counseling Geek. This analysis will be from July 1, 2014 to May 6th, 2015 (not because that is a year but this is when I have time to write it up). What’s going out? The table below will show you the…

2015-2016 Counseling Geek Financial Year In Review

2015-2016 Counseling Geek Financial Year In Review

Keeping it transparent. Hello faithful and fellow Geek. Each year I provide a brief yearly review of the ins and outs of The Counseling Geek. This analysis will be from June 1, 2015 to June 30th, 2016. I will be including SC|CS 2016 numbers in this report as well. As you will see – running this site is far from a money making venture, but it grows me professionally and also helps develop my professional presence. I see it as an…

The Counseling Geek Interview Series: Megan Kelly (@megan_m_kelly)

The Counseling Geek Interview Series: Megan Kelly (@megan_m_kelly)

First time ASCA goer, Megan Kelly, reports on her experiences at #ASCA13. I am returning back to one of my favorite features of The Counseling Geek – the interview series. This episode I talk with Megan Kelly, a recent counseling grad turned first year IB counselor extraordinaire, using the trusty Google Drive collaboration tool! I hope you enjoy the read and as always, remember you can leave comments and email me with any questions. You…

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About Me Hometown: Coalinga, CA Favorite Sports Team: Everton F.C. After beginning post-secondary education at Cal Poly SLO and studying Aerospace Engineering – I returned to the family pursuit of educating. I am the son of two teachers and the grandson of two more teachers. I felt called into education but didn’t feel led to teach. I want to help students pursue their potential, develop young people into their future selves, and…

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The Counseling Geek Interview Series: Dr. Erin Mason (@ecmmason)

The Counseling Geek Interview Series: Dr. Erin Mason (@ecmmason)

Welcome back and I am super excited to bring one of my most used resources and also one of the biggest names in Counseling Technology to you via the next installment of The Counseling Geek’s Interview Series. I was incredibly honored the Dr. Erin Mason (@ecmmason) of DePaul University and SCOPE – the School Counselors’ Online Professional Exchange – was able to join me for a quick but very informative and innovate…

The Counseling Geek Tech Highlight: Any.Do

The Counseling Geek Tech Highlight: Any.Do

My Go To…To-Do Tool. Until about 7 months ago I had a stupid phone. I had gone through 4 other stupid phones and I had kept reverting to my first ever cell phone – the Motorola Razor Flip Phone. Needless to say, they don’t build phones to last very long any more, but finally old faithful died. So I made the plunge into the smart phone (Tech: Great – Wallet: Eeek). Long story short – I got the Android Samsung…

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