VSCA's Spring Symposium is coming!

Evidence-Based Strategies and Counterintuitive Techniques to Help Students Experiencing Anxiety 
With Dr. Jonathan Dalton, PsyD,

March 4, 2019
Westin Richmond
(6631 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA  23230)
$100 member/$115 non-member/
$90 Student/Retired

Click here to register and here for a flyer!

***Registration is capped at 225 so register early!***
There is a small block of rooms at the Westin for $129+ tax! PH: 804-205-5201

We want your feedback! Conference Evaluation HERE!
Thank you for an AMAZING conference! We hope you enjoyed the new "bling" for VSCA, the opportunity for headshots and pics with colleagues and co-workers, and mostly, the time to reconnect with your school counseling friends!
See you next year back in Hampton, October 16-18, 2019!
Look for the Call for Programs early in 2019!!

 

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Congratulations VSCA 2018 School Counselors Of The Year!!



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2018 VSCA Scholarship Award Winners

($1,000 Scholarship awarded to each recipient) 

Schuyler Biltz

(Angela Perini, School Counselor @ Tuckahoe Middle School-Henrico County Public Schools)

&

Angela Pastore

(Chris Lennon, School Counselor @ Albemarle High School-Albemarle County Public Schools

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