Defining School Counseling: Don’t rely on Merriam-Webster — NMSCA Presentation

Defining School Counseling: Don’t rely on Merriam-Webster — NMSCA Presentation

Action and Advocacy In case you were not able to attend the NMSCA conference yesterday – here is an electronic version of the presentation and a link to the Communication and Marketing Plan Template. I really enjoyed visiting with the NM School Counselors and think Albuquerque was a very nice town. I hope to return someday. Thank you for having me down.       [ddownload id=”930″ style=”button” button=…

Free Printable – Communication and Marketing Planning Guide for School Counselors

Free Printable – Communication and Marketing Planning Guide for School Counselors

…but please leave the attribution at the footer. Created for CASC 2014 and NMSCA 2014. [Tweet “I’m getting my marketing on with a FREE PR kit for #schoolcounselors from @CounselingGeek #scchat”] Did you attend the CASC Conference? Use these download links: [ddownload id=”927″] Download the MS Publisher file here: http://goo.gl/5Izf7b Did you attend the NMSCA Conference? Use these download links: [ddownload id=”9…

The Counseling Geek Speaks

…oals by working with you. https://www.thecounselinggeek.com/2014/07/asca14-branding-marketing-school-counseling-program-slides-links.html https://www.thecounselinggeek.com/2014/12/defining-school-counseling-dont-rely-merriam-webster-nmsca-presentation.html https://www.thecounselinggeek.com/2015/02/nvsca-2015-not-leader-time-saving-tech-tools-school-counselor-sanity-presentations.html https://www.thecounselinggeek.com/2015/06/fiery-school-counselor-pre…

3 Years Ago Today…

3 Years Ago Today…

…portunities to speak at conferences around the country (from ASCA to CASC, NMSCA, and NVSCA). While initially started as an inroad to my current “real job” and having no intention of continuing to write after I got the position – I look back and couldn’t imagine my professional life without this outlet. Going through undergraduate school studying teacher ed – I told myself (and cohort/professors) that I 1: did not wan…