The title of my article is, "A Perspective Shift: Students who are having a difficult time reaching their goals often need a shift in perspective. Learn how you can help them make this adjustment." If you are an ASCA member, click here to view.
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As the school year is winding up this week, I am looking forward to attending the ASCA conference in Orlando from June 29 - July 2. I am especially looking forward to seeing some of my favorite presenters (Julia Cook, Eric Sparks, Ed Jacobs, Russ Sabella, along with my Carolina colleagues: Fran Hensley, Nicki Neumann, Beth Lindsey, and Angela Poovey). Being around so many excellent counselors is inspiring, refreshing, and well worth the time!
I will be presenting my "Fun Ways to Create Goals, Track Progress and Monitor Success" session on Tuesday. I enjoy breaking it down for counselors to create simple ways to use data with individual counseling sessions, group counseling and even classroom guidance. NCYI will be selling my Progress Cards and Playshops books at their booth.