is a division of the American School Counselor Association and represents over 400 of N.H.'s professional school counselors.
The mission of the New Hampshire School Counselor Association is to actively promote standards of excellence in professional school counseling by:
- Advocating for the role and programs of professional school counselors.
- Providing meaningful professional growth and development opportunities for N.H. school counselors.
- Giving energetic, resourceful and dedicated leadership in developing services and programs for its members.
Robin Hogan (l), NHSCA President, and Celia Slason, President-Elect, with the Proclamation for NH School Counselor Week signed by Governor Hassan
In New Hampshire, all school counselors at every educational level (elementary, middle/junior and secondary) are required to have a Master's Degree specializing in Guidance and Counseling.
All counselors must be certified by the State Department of Education. Certification is renewed on a three-year basis and continuing education is required
*Click here more information and resources on school counseling in N.H.
Fall Conference Handouts Available Through February 15
Developing The Inner Leader-November 2013.pdf
Navigating Mental Health Challenges in Schools.pdf
Implementing RTI and Tier 2 - 3 Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports.pdf
STRATEGIES FOR AT RISK STUDENTS NOV 15TH- revised.pdf
School Counselors Involved with Wraparound Supports and RENEW.pdf
Nature based programming Final.pdf
The Role of School Counselors within Multi-tiered Systems of Social, Emotional and Behavioral Support.pdf
Using Systematic Screening to Identify Students in Need of Strategic Tier 2 or 3 Social, Emotional _ Behavioral Support.pdf
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