Workshop Information for School Counseling Students
Workshops for school counseling students are now listed under
TEACH Butler Professional Development
Workshops. As a requirement of the School Counseling
program, students must take six hours of workshop credit. Four
of these six hours are required workshops.
Assisting Grieving Children & Families (offered each
semester - must be taken fall, spring, or summer of Year 2).
Three Required School Counseling Workshop Series
This series runs each fall and will be held on your regular
class night from 7-9:30 p.m. in year 3 opposite an early internship
section to enable you to be on campus one night per week.
Those on the regular track should plan to take this series in year
3. Fast trackers will need to take the series in year 2 and be on
campus twice a week for classes. The series runs with each of the
three workshops meeting 5 times in 5 weeks and the series
runs through the full fall semester.
The three workshops in this series are:
- Post-Secondary Planning for School Counselors
- Crisis & Trauma in Schools
- Mental Health Issues for School Counselors
In addition, counseling students must pick two elective
workshops to complete at some point in the program of their
choosing. Each semester, including Summer I and Summer II, there
will be a variety of workshop course offerings. The workshops page
lists the available workshops each semester.
You are able to register for workshop courses prior to the start
of the semester on your my.butler.edu account just as you would a
regular course. To enroll after the start of the semester, please
see the Enrollment Procedures page.