There are also students with difficult behaviors who aren’t diagnosed ADHD and have never been mentioned on a Handle with Care notice that counselors struggle with daily. Module II (90 minutes) October 12 -- 14:00 GMT Developing Emotional and Professional Supports for School Counselors: Establishing and Using Consultation Effectively. Presenters: Rebecca Derenge, M.A., A.B.D. View Article. This session aims to uncover the story behind the behavior, so counselors feel better equipped to advise practitioners, parents, teachers, and administration regarding children with behavior difficulties. Participants will be provided with resources for creating a focused plan of support for chronically absent students. Focus is on the students’/parents’ strengths and abilities rather than their weaknesses. Hotel rooms include complimentary self parking. Participants will be able to list at least six skills necessary for running small groups in a school setting (i.e., use of eyes, cutting off, drawing out, holding the focus). The Virtual 64th Annual Professional Growth ConferenceVirtual ConferenceNovember 11-13, 2020, 16th Annual Professional School Counselor ConferenceKalahari ResortRound Rock, TexasFebruary 7-9, 2021. School-based health providers partner with health teachers to deliver the national CATCH My Breath (CMB) curriculum. This session will give school counselors the opportunity to analyze, view, and discuss changes to WVBE Policy 2510 that become effective July 1, 2020. This conference provides counselors and advisers with the latest information, recommendations and guidance on admission policy and practice. Presenters: Amber Stohr, M.A., Coordinator, Office of Special Education & Student Support, West Virginia Department of Education; Daniel Doyle, M.D., Ph.D., Partners in Health Network; and Holly Mitchell, M.P.H., CHES, Partners in Health Network. Collaborative Registration. Presenters: Doug Cipoletti, M.A., Lead Coordinator, Office of Data Management & Information Systems, West Virginia Department of Education and Adam Canter, Assistant Director, Office of Governor’s Economic Initiatives. Call for Program is Open until October 18, 2020! Participants will gain more knowledge about these two state financial aid opportunities, so they can encourage their students to apply and benefit from these programs to make college more affordable. More than 3,000 professionals from all across the country are expected to attend. WAIT LIST ONLY. Presenter: Bob Rubenstein, Ph.D., Professor, Counseling Program, College of Education and Professional Development, Marshall University. Learn how the WVSU Healthy Grandfamilies Program model has empowered grandfamilies across West Virginia. Can we develop a more mindful school culture, one that engages the heart as well as the head, in a holistic approach to wellbeing in teaching and learning? Presenters: Bari Faucett, M.A., Director, Prevent Suicide WV. CTE one pager updated 3.9.2020, 2020 WVDE SC Conference Trauma.CERT Presentation PPT, 2020 WVDE SC Conference Recharge for Resilience Presentation, WVDE SC Conf. University Connections at the Collaborative. Around 90 professional development programs. Participants will be introduced to best practices regarding suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention initiatives. 2019 Annual Conference. Participants will discover how students who complete a CTE program of study positively affect a school’s data. View Article. Note: Recent legal developments related to the University’s admissions process may affect the content of these materials. We hope you had a wonderful experience and look forward to seeing you in Keystone next year! Presenters: Georgia Hughes-Webb, M.A., Coordinator, Office of Data Analysis & Research, West Virginia Department of Education. Please review our Return to School and COVID-19 Resources for helpful webinars, websites, articles, and more. Participants will develop strategies to improve course offerings to increase the number of students graduating career ready. Participants will learn how to bring tools back to their school to make trauma-informed changes. Come and learn how to pause your day to find peace in the chaos of your busy life. Presenters: Cathy Grewe, M.A., LPC, NBCT, CCTP, Coordinator of Assessments and Student Services, Wood County Schools, and Anna Klosek M.A., Ed.S., LPC, LCMHC, CCTP, Safe and Healthy Student Liaison, Wood County Schools. This workshop will address how and why counseling and mental health professionals have both helped and exacerbated mental health impairment in children.