school counseling association
CHD is excited to announce the addition of Play Therapy courses – Enroll today!
A sequence of courses will be offered beginning Summer 2017 that will help students and professionals meet the educational requirements to become a Registered Play Therapist (RPT) or a School Based Registered Play Therapist (SB-RPT).
Join us for CHRD 692 – History and Theories of Play Therapy held May 22 – June 1. This course is the first in a sequence of courses created to meet the educational requirements established by the Association for Play Therapy. Additional details and registration information can be found on WebAdvisor.
For more information on becoming a Registered Play Therapist, visit www.a4pt.org or contact Dr. Staci Born at firstname.lastname@example.org
Staci Born, EdD, LMFT, RPT
South Dakota State University
Counseling & Human Development
Wenona Hall 301 Box 507
Brookings, SD 57007
Presenting the February edition of our newsletter, The PIC (Practical Ideas for Counselors)!
This month we bring you:
Please see the attached flyer regarding GEMS (Girls: Engineering, Mathematics & Science) an event coming up March 25th at SDSU in Brookings.
We hope that you have had a happy National School Counseling Week!
We would like to THANK YOU for the outstanding work you do everyday! And, we certainly hope that as you take care of our children and our schools, you take the time to take care of yourselves!
We, Jeff and Hande (together with three colleagues whose names are listed in the informed consent form) are interested in topics that impact many of us: self-care, resiliency, and compassion fatigue. We would like to extend an invitation for you to participate in a research project examining these topics in the lives of school counselors. The study has been approved by SDSU IRB Board (Approval #: IRB-1702003-EXM). If you choose to participate here is the link that will take you to the survey:
As in any studies your participation is voluntary and you can choose not to participate at any time without any consequences. Your responses are strictly confidential as no identifying information is requested.
We thank you in advance for your time and consideration. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Hande Briddick (email@example.com).
Jeff Heavlin and Hande Briddick