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Sunday, November 29, 2015

Guidance Counselor / School Social Worker (long-term, part-time substitute role)


Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is a public charter school that serves students in grades 6-12. In order to prepare each graduate for success in college, CCSC combines high academic and behavioral standards with a supportive environment in which all students are known well. CCSC seeks dedicated, outstanding, and innovative faculty and staff to build upon our rigorous academic program and strong school culture.

CCSC is seeking a guidance counselor or school social worker for a long-term substitute role. This member of our community would be on-site two days per week, from 8:30am to 3:40pm. The specific days are Tuesday and Friday (though there may be some flexibility with this). Anticipated start date is first or second week of December.

Read more: Source: http://www.idealist.org/view/job/GMDJtjS29NH4/


Wednesday, November 25, 2015

SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter #152 is Now Available!

The SchoolCounselor.com eNewsletter, curated by Professor Sabella, is designed to advance counselors’ level of technological literacy, application, and integration. You will find practical solutions and answers to technology related problems, especially as they apply to your job as counselor. If you would like to share a tip or trick, or if you would like to ask a question, e-mail Russ Sabella at news@schoolcounselor.com. Check out the latest issue (November 24, 2015) at http://schoolcounselor.com/enews-152/





Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Save the Date/15th Annual Southwest Florida Conference on Aging/May 12, 2016

More information coming soon ...
Six Continuing Education hours available:
  • ·         Florida Board of Nursing
  • ·         Clinical Social Work-Marriage & Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling and Psychology
  • ·         National Board of Certified Counselors, Inc.
  • ·         Professional Guardians
  • ·         Attorneys
  • ·         Nursing Home Administrators




Wednesday, November 18, 2015

National School Counseling Week 2016



National School Counseling Week 2016, "School Counseling: The Recipe for Success,"  will be celebrated from Feb. 1-5, 2016, to focus public attention on the unique contribution of professional school counselors within U.S. school systems. National School Counseling Week, sponsored by ASCA, highlights the tremendous impact school counselors can have in helping students achieve school success and plan for a career. National School Counseling Week is always celebrated the first full week in February.

Learn more by visiting the American School Counselor Association's website.

Monday, November 16, 2015

NBC2 reveals what you don't know about your kid's mobile device

Watch Dr. Sabella on NBC-2 tomorrow night at 6pm. You can ask question via Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/NBC2News.

TOMORROW: NBC2 reveals what you don't know about your kid's mobile device.

Posted by NBC2 News on Monday, November 16, 2015

The Human Trafficking Symposium (Full Day)

The Human Trafficking Symposium is hosted by the FGCU Human Trafficking Resource Center on January 21st, 2016. General admission is $25.00 and if you require CEU’s it will be $40.00. 

All student registrations (regardless of university) are free. 

Location: FGCU Cohen Center Ballroom 
Registration: 7:45AM-8:00AM 
ALL College Students: FREE
Click here to register.



     Itinerary


Workshop Round 1:
Option A: Substance Abuse and Human Trafficking
Kristina Kardanow
Option B: Child Welfare Case Management with Minor Victims
 Julio Gonzalez

Workshop Round 2:
Option A: Identifying and Assisting to Male/Transgender Victims
 Nathan Earle
Option B: Counseling and Forensic Interviews with Minor Victims
Sally Beckett and Jill Turner


LUNCH BREAK

Workshop 3:
Option A: Residential Services for Victims of Human Trafficking
Danielle Mordaunte
Option B: Foreign Born and Domestic Needs
Alex Olivares

Workshop Round 4:
Option A: Trauma Informed Care
 Dr. Amanda Evans
Option B: Law Enforcement Case Study
Detective Andy Henchesmoore and Victim Advocate Marisol Schloendorne

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Senior Voc. Rehab Counselor

Contact:
Joseph Mahoney, Area Supervisor Joseph.Mahoney@vr.fldoe.org
954-747-7900

POSITION LOCATION
7550 Davie Road Ext. Hollywood, FL

Deadline: 11/18/2015

Monday, November 9, 2015

School Social Worker/Mental Health Counselor

DREAM Charter School, a rigorous, Pre-K-8 public charter school in East Harlem is seeking a dynamic and innovative individual to serve as a School Social Worker or Mental Health Counselor. This role will support the school in addressing the social, emotional and developmental needs of the school's students and families, and in helping students access appropriate resources and services.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Clinical Counselor Job






To assess and/or identify client and family needs as well as plan, coordinate, provide and evaluate the necessary services and treatment; assist and counsel individuals and families by using such activities as delineating alternatives, helping to articulate goals and providing needed information and treatment services.

Learn more: http://www.linkup.com/job/eea91d937a18c761526c4c90ec5e983a2fad/clinical-counselor-job-in-fort-myers-fl

Friday, November 6, 2015

Promising Pathways: The Road to Best Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorder

The 9th Annual Promising Pathways: The Road to Best Practice in Autism Spectrum Disorder conference will take place on Saturday, April 9th, 2016 on the campus of Florida Gulf Coast University. 

This is a free event for anyone interested in learning more about ASD. Online registration will open in February 2016. Translated and complimentary programming in Spanish will also be offered during the conference.  Attendance is not limited to the FGCU community, so please feel free to share this with friends and family as well.

The conference agenda will be  available on our website in both English and Spanish in the coming months: 

You can also view agendas and materials  from our previous meetings on the website.
  
Our Keynote Speaker will be Dr. Lucina Uddin from The Brain Connectivity and Cognition Laboratory in the Department of Psychology at the University of Miami.   




To volunteer for this event please contact Dr. Joanna Salapska-Gelleri at jsalapsk@fgcu.edu or 239-590-7358. Service learning hours are available to FGCU student volunteers.

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