Institute

Institute for School Counseling and School Psychology Assumption College

One of the few professional continuing education programs in the nation focused exclusively on the needs of school counselors.

Contact Information

Susan Scully-Hill, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies, Director of School Counseling

508-767-7319


Location

Kennedy Building - Room 107D

NBCC logoInstitute for School Counseling and School Psychology is one of the few professional continuing education programs in the nation focused exclusively on the needs of school counselors. All of the workshops are open to School Counselors, School Social Workers/School Adjustment Counselor, School Psychologists, Rehabilitation Counselors, related counseling practitioners, and graduate students interested in the counseling fields.
 
The Institute provides training sessions for which 5 NBCC credit hours are awarded for completion of the full-day workshop, which may also be used towards the collection of PDP's per the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

All workshops are held on Friday’s from 8:30am – 2:30pm at La Maison Salon. Registration for each workshop is required. Additional parking and event details are emailed to each registered attendee on the Monday of the event week.

Registration Information for All Workshops

All registration rates include workshop materials, morning coffee/tea service and lunch in Taylor Dining Hall.

Rates:

  • Professional - $75.00
  • Current Practicum Site Supervisor - complimentary
  • Assumption College Faculty - complimentary
  • Assumption College Alumni - $50.00
  • Graduate Students - complimentary

Payment Methods:

Mail payments to: (please include copy of receipt of registration so we may match your payment directly)

Assumption College
School Counseling Program
500 Salisbury St.
Kennedy Suite 107
Worcester, MA 01609

Payments Accepted:

Personal Checks
Money Orders/Cashier's checks

Dec 6 Fri

Current Legal Issues & Trends for Counselors & Administrators in the Schools

This annual workshop will cover the most up-to-date state and federal laws and regulations that counselors and administrators in schools encounter. Specifically, this workshop will provide an overview of recent decisions and guidance from the State and Federal departments of education such as foster...

Dec. 6, 2019
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Salon La Maison
Feb 7 Fri

Trauma’s Impact on the Student: How Schools Can Support the Healing Process

Research shows that the experiences of trauma and adversity are becoming increasingly prevalent in the lives of students. Trauma and adversity often cause a ripple effect for student in schools -impacting their academic ability, self-regulation, and interactions with others. It is vital that teacher...

Feb. 7, 2020
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Salon La Maison
Apr 3 Fri

Program Evaluation 101: Understanding the Basic Components of Effective Evaluation

Are you running a program and want to know if it is working? Do you want to know how to improve an initiative that is already taking place and would like to know where to start? The first thing to think about is that effective program evaluation takes much more than finding the appropriate methods a...

Apr. 3, 2020
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Salon La Maison

Institute Events

Dec 6 Fri

Current Legal Issues & Trends for Counselors & Administrators in the Schools

This annual workshop will cover the most up-to-date state and federal laws and regulations that counselors and administrators in schools encounter. Specifically, this workshop will provide an overview of recent decisions and guidance from the State and Federal departments of education such as foster...

Dec. 6, 2019
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Salon La Maison
Feb 7 Fri

Trauma’s Impact on the Student: How Schools Can Support the Healing Process

Research shows that the experiences of trauma and adversity are becoming increasingly prevalent in the lives of students. Trauma and adversity often cause a ripple effect for student in schools -impacting their academic ability, self-regulation, and interactions with others. It is vital that teacher...

Feb. 7, 2020
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Salon La Maison
Apr 3 Fri

Program Evaluation 101: Understanding the Basic Components of Effective Evaluation

Are you running a program and want to know if it is working? Do you want to know how to improve an initiative that is already taking place and would like to know where to start? The first thing to think about is that effective program evaluation takes much more than finding the appropriate methods a...

Apr. 3, 2020
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Salon La Maison