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Sabella, Russ

Russ SabellaRuss Sabella
EDUCATOR, COUNSELOR, AUTHOR AND SPEAKER

Dr. Russell Sabella is currently a Professor of Counseling in the College of Health Professions & Social Work, Florida Gulf Coast University and President of Sabella & Associates.He is well known for his Technology Boot Camp for Counselors workshops conducted throughout the country. Dr. Sabella is Past President (2003-2004) of the American School Counselor Association.He has trained and consulted with thousands of school counselors, educators, parents, and organizational leadersthroughout the country.

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Taylor, Julia V.

Julia TaylorJulia Taylor
SCHOOL COUNSELOR, AUTHOR AND SPEAKER

Dr. Julia V. Taylor is an assistant professor at the University of Virginia. Previously, she was the Dean of Student Services for the Wake YoungWomen's Leadership Academy, a public, all girls' school located inRaleigh, North Carolina. Originating from the Washington, DC area,Julia received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science with aconcentration in Health Education from George Mason University.She received her master's degree in Psychology with a concentration inSchool Counseling from Marymount University. Julia received her doctorate from Virginia Commonwealth University in Counselor Education and Supervision.

Julia is the author or co-author of six books; Salvaging Sisterhood, Girls in Real Life Situations (G.I.R.L.S. is two separate curricula, one for secondary ages, andanother for elementary ages), The Bullying Workbook for Teens, The Body Image Workbook for Teens and a children's book, Perfectly You. Shefrequently presents her research and experiences with educators, parents,and students at the national level.

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