NPSI Town Hall Series: Virtual School Counseling In The Age Of COVID-19: Legal and Ethical Implications
The NPSI team hosted Carolyn Stone, Ed.D., professor at the University of North Florida. She previously spent 22 years with Jacksonville, Florida’s Public Schools as an elementary and high school counselor, middle school teacher and Supervisor of Guidance Services. Dr. Stone is an expert in the field and well informed to lead the conversation on virtual school counseling. She is the author of School Counseling Principles: Ethics and Law.
Sheltering in place has required school counselors to work differently. School counselors, along with other educators must now deliver services virtually. Strategies to legally and ethically support and guide our students through COVID – 19 challenges will be presented. As our new normal becomes sheltering in place, the NPSI team will continue to provide a virtual discussion programming platform through which to exchange real and relevant information with on-the-ground practitioners. Samantha Haviland, Ph.D., NCC. Director of Counseling and College Access for Denver Public Schools will facilitate questions from the field.
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Featured Presenter: Carolyn Stone, Ed.D.
Rae Dunn - Coordinator of Secondary Education - Val Verde USD, CA
Samantha Haviland, Ph.D. -Executive Director of Career Exploration and Student Supports, Denver Public Schools, CO