NCYI Webinar Training Videos
Want to hone your skills, but can't attend a conference? You've come to the right place! Below, you'll find top-notch training from some of the country's best! Click on the links below to view these 15-20 minute segments.
"Internet and Technology Safety for Children and Adolescents"
Counseling expert Dr. Russell Sabella discusses the opportunities, and threats, presented by today's technology and how adults can help children stay safe online.
"Legal & Ethical Issues for School Counselors with Dr. Carolyn Stone"
Dr. Carolyn Stone, former president of ASCA, discusses important legal and ethical issues impacting the school counseling profession.
"Help for the Struggling Teen with Jim Williams"
Nashville, TN-based parenting advocate Jim Williams shares ideas on how to build relational bridges with young people
"Character Education--The Link to Student Achievement"
Character Education expert Dr. Helen Stiff-Williams discusses various approaches to character education in schools, its link to academic and personal achievement, and arguments advocating character education as a core approach in every school
"Prescription Drug Use Among Children & Teens with Dr. Merrill Norton"
Dr. Merrill Norton, a registered pharmacist and clinical associate professor at the University of Georgia, presents information on the growing problem of child and adolescent misuse of prescription drugs.
"The Prevention of Suicide in Our Schools and Communities"
Grief counseling expert Dave Opalewski shares tips on how to identify and respond to the suicide prone adolescent.
"Responding to Tragedy in the School Family"
Grief counseling expert Dave Opalewski shares his thoughts on how counselors can help heal individuals, and schools, following a tragic occurrence.
"Addressing Childhood & Adolescent Depression"
Practicing school counselor Kim "Tip" Frank discusses the growing prevalence of depression among young people, and how to address it effectively.
"Bullying and Normal Conflict"
Rodger Dinwiddie discusses the difference between bullying and normal conflict, along with myths and facts about bullying.