Help For Counsellors/Teachers
CHOICES, JAGCE AND BAGC PRESENT REACH OUT ZOOM SESSIONS
As a means of assisting all guidance counsellors, parents & students CHOICES Career & Education Advice presented three informative ZOOM sessions, two in association with The Jamaican Association of Guidance Counsellors in Education (JAGCE) & the third in association with The Barbados Association of Guidance Counsellors (BAGC) The Presenter for these three sessions was Dr. Karelle Hylton, Counselling Psychologist, School Guidance Counsellor and owner of Le Cott Counselling Services.
CHOICES/JAGCE "Zoom Session #2 - “Reach Out” Helping Students & Parents through the Covid-19 Disruption (presented for Parents & Students)
CHOICES/JAGCE/BAGC REACH OUT ZOOM SESSION # 4 - "Virtual Counselling - Ethical & Practical Considerations & Protocols Explained by ASCA”
May 29, 2020 9 a.m. (Jamaica) /10 a.m. (Eastern Caribbean)
TOPIC: “Virtual Counselling – Ethical & Practical
Considerations & Protocols Explained by ASCA”
PRESENTERS: Dr. Carolyn Stone & Dr. Wendy Rock,
Chair & Co-chair, Ethics Committee,
The American School Counselor Association
Q & A: Moderated by Dr. Karelle Hylton, Counselling Psychologist
“REACH OUT – Caribbean Counsellors Sharing with Each Other”
Resiliency Building " Help Now!" Activities
SHARED BY Gillian Khodra, St. Lucia
“I've found many of the webinars on ASCA website useful for ethical issues and practical tools. Right now there are free webinars that you can either follow on air or listen to after. I've also created my own infographihcs/brocures/powerpoint presentations for my students , teachers and parents. This is one thing that I came across as I decided to work on resiliency building. I especially want to focus on building resiliency as I can well imagine some of the mental health fall outs post-Covid and then we are heading info the hurricane season. So here is a link that may prove useful if any counsellor is big on building resiliency and emotional/self regulation.”
Dominica’s way of keeping the ethos in check and coping amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic
The Ministries of Education and Health have worked collaboratively to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on the education system.
Shared by Jo-Anne Rolle-Carrette & Cornelia Fontaine – Dominica
Important Resources For Counsellors/Teachers
How Do I Choose The Right Career?
The CHOICES Career Game
- Here we present for you a simple, straightforward, cheap, and fun way of involving students in their own career, education and life decision process. It will also help them to understand goal setting and what can go wrong if they do not make good plans for what they want to do and how they are going to do these things. This game was created, conceptualize, developed by CHOICES Career Education Advice and we have used it successfully with student throughout the Caribbean. It can be played with us if youareAs few as 15 students or as many as three how it does not matter.
- The CHOICES Career Game