Call for Programs: Group-A-Rama-2017
Friday, March 31, 2017
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Northern Virginia Community College, Ernst Young Cultural Center Annandale, Virginia or UVA Charlottesville, Virginia
Please share your experience in leading groups! Send us your proposal for a one-hour presentation about any topic or technique related to group work. Please indicate which site you wish to present at.

The Group-A-Rama conference attracts Private and School Counselors from Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Past attendees have noted that they appreciate hands on techniques, outlines of group curriculums that can be modified to various settings, and other practical take-a-ways.

Complete this form by January 31st, 2017 electronically. If you have any questions please contact Dr. Tatyana Cottle at .

Please share this link with your colleagues. If you cannot present this year, perhaps you know someone who can. Help make this a valuable professional experience!

Email address *
Untitled Title
I will present at: Charlottesville
Empowering our Latinas: Group Counseling with Hispanic Girls *
Your answer
Program Description: High school is an important time of transition, but also a critical time to meet the academic, personal, and socio-emotional needs of our students. For those students who enter not speaking English, it can be an even more daunting process. In this training, we will share the evolution of our group for Hispanic girls in ESOL levels 1-4 and how we have strived to meet their unique needs and support them through bi-monthly group meetings and an open door policy. *
Your answer
Link to VA State Standards for School Counseling: HA1, HA2, HA3, HA4, HC2, HC3, HC5, HC9, HP1, and HP2. *
Your answer
Tonya Lathom has been with FCPS since 2005. She is licensed as both a school counselor and social studies (8-12) teacher and is currently working toward her administrative license through GMU. Tonya taught in Arlington County before earning her endorsement in school counseling and transferring to Fairfax County Public Schools. Within FCPS she has worked at McLean High School, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJ), and now James Madison High School. Additionally, Tonya has served as a lead advocate for the College Partnership Program (CPP) at each of these high schools and is passionate about helping all students succeed. Cynthia Coogan has been a counselor in Fairfax County Public Schools for twelve years. She has a background in teaching immigrants and refugees in Arlington County, is certified in teaching ESOL, and has also taught at-risk populations. For the past six years at James Madison High School she has run groups for Latino students as the ESOL program tripled in one year. Cynthia is the founder of Capital Creative Consulting through which she teaches clients to find their true voice through effective writing for college essays and public speaking for professionals. Mary González has been with FCPS since 2003. She is a Qualified Spanish Interpreter, Parent Liaison, instructor for the FCPS Family Reunification workshops, and a recurrent participant for the itinerant Multicultural Panel which is offered throughout the schools in the county through FCPS Family Partnership Office. Mary currently is the Parent Liaison at James Madison High School. She also teaches a Spanish course at George Mason University, at the Fairfax campus. *
Your answer
Intended Audience (choose all that apply) *
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service