Feb 06

FBA and BIP Online Training Opportunity

Please click HERE to download a PDF.

Jan 20

Secondary Trauma Training

Please see the information below about an upcoming training opportunity called Identifying and Addressing Secondary Trauma in the Workplace:

This training is being offered to the IMPACT Partnership to help staff prevent and manage secondary trauma. There is also a session for supervisors to learn a trauma-informed supervision model to support staff. There are multiple dates and locations. See the attachment for more details  and click on the link below to register.

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090544acab2fabfb6-trauma

Jan 12

CSOC Scholarship Program Description

County Sheriffs of Colorado Scholarship Program

Click HERE to download a PDF version of this document

Jan 03

Mindfulness

Here are some interesting articles about utilizing mindfulness in the classroom:

Seven Ways Mindfulness Can Help Teachers by Patricia A. Jennings

How Colorado schools are helping kids calm down – and learn – through mindfulness by Ann Schmike

 

 

Dec 12

The Science Behind Mediation

Oct 21

Role of the School Counselor

Information from the American School Counselor Association (ASCA):
https://www.schoolcounselor.org/administrators/role-of-the-school-counselor

Parents, the press, administrators and the general public often wonder just what it is that school counselors do on a daily basis. Gone are the days of school counselors sitting in their office simply handing out college applications, making schedule changes for students who want to drop a class or meeting with the troublemakers in the school. Today’s school counselors are vital members of the education team. They help all students in the areas of academic achievement, personal/social development and career development, ensuring today’s students become the productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow. Learn more about the school counselor’s role.

The Need for School Counselors
School counselors are an important part of the educational leadership team and provide valuable assistance to students regardless of whether they work in an elementary school or middle school, high school or beyond.
Why Elementary School Counselors?
Why Middle/Jr. High School Counselors?
Why Secondary School Counselors?