Carolyn B Stone

Professor

Leadership, School Counseling & Sports Management • College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

- Legal, ethical, and professional issues in school counseling

- School counselor accountability

Education

University of Florida, Doctorate in Education 1995, Major: Educational Leadership
Dissertation Topic: Meritocracy of High School Mathematics Curriculum Placement

University of Florida, Specialist in Education 1985, Major: Counseling/School Psychology

University of North Florida, Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology, 1981

University of South Alabama, Bachelor of Science 1972, Major: Elementary Education
 

Biography

Dr. Carolyn Stone has worked in education for 40 years.  After working as a teacher for 13 years, she transitioned to student services as a school counselor and school psychologist in several elementary and high schools.  She also served as a regional guidance coordinator for the Florida Department of Education and Supervisor of Guidance for Duval County Public Schools in the 1990s.  Stone started as an Associate Professor at UNF in 1995 and was later promoted to Assistant Professor and to her current position of Professor of Counselor Education.  In 1998, under Stone's leadership, UNF was one of 6 universities out of over 100 applicants to receive the DeWitt Wallace-Reader’s Digest Transforming School Counseling Grant.  Upon receipt of this grant, UNF's school counseling program was reconfigured and the School Counselors: Supporters of Academic Rigor (SOAR) Program was born.  In April 2012, SOAR will graduate its 12th cohort of transformed school counselors.

Awards

Awarded the 2011 Alabama Counseling Association Individual Publication Honor for Dahir, C., Burnham, J., Stone, C., & Cobb, N. (2010). Principals as partners: Counselors as collaborators. NASSP Bulletin, 94(4), 286-305.
Mary Gerke Lifetime Achievement Award by the American School Counselor Association. June 2010

STARs Award for Principal Investigators, Funding over $250,000 (sponsored by the University of North Florida Office of Research and Sponsored Programs). April 2010.

University of North Florida Outstanding Scholarship Award. October 2009.

Division of Academic Affairs and Office of Research and Sponsored Programs. Recognition for Ten Years of Consecutive Sponsored Program Funding. October, 2006.

EVE Winner for Education 2006 (annual award sponsored by the Florida Times Union which honors four women in the categories of Education, Volunteerism, and Employment). June, 2006.

Architect of the School Counseling Profession. American School Counselor Association. June, 2005.

Recognition Award for Leadership. First Coast Counseling Association. May, 2005.

Commendation from the American School Counselor Association Delegate Assembly. June, 2004.

Advocate of the Year in recognition of the influence of the UNF School Counselor Preparation Model on NYIT. New York Institute of Technology. May, 2004.

The Pioneer Award. Education Trust, a public policy and advocacy non-profit organization, Washington, D.C. November, 2002.

UNF Students’ Choice for Outstanding Professor. UNF Student Government Association, 2001.

EVE Finalist in Education for 2000 (annual award sponsored by the Florida Times Union which honors four women in the categories of education, volunteerism, and employment). May, 2000.

Evaluating School Counseling. Selected to be part of a 20 member Think Tank of National School Counseling Leaders to define how to evaluate school counseling programs. 1999-2004.

Florida School Counselor Association (FSCA). Elected to be the FSCA state workshop presenter to 5 regions, 1998.

Empowering Students for Success. Phi Delta Kappa International, 1996-1997. Awarded June 1997.

Gerald Howard Read International Seminar Scholarship. Scholarship to support participation in a Phi Delta Kappa sponsored seminar. Awarded March, 1997.

UNF Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Lecture Series. Awarded April, 1996.

University of Florida Advance Graduate Speaker. Awarded August 1995.

Master Teacher State of Florida. Awarded 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988 based on scoring 99 percentile on the National Teacher Exam in Guidance and Counseling and evaluations as an elementary and high school counselor.
 

Affiliations

APPI, Washington, D.C., March, 2007
• Facilitated preparation and visits to Capital Hill

School Counselor Education Summit, Washington, D.C., January, 2007
• Consultant to the CACREP Chair and Executive Director

Research Partner with the Alabama State Department of Education
Transforming School Counseling In Alabama: A Profile of School Counselor Readiness

The College Board
• The National Office for School Counselor Advocacy Advisory Council (2006-Present)
• Florida Leadership Conference team member (August 2007-December 2007)
• Author of the Ethics of Advocacy Module used by the College Board and primary trainer for the module

The Education Trust
• Advisory Council for Transforming School Counseling II (2009-Present)
• Education Trust/Met Life trainer (1998-Present)
• Author of the Education Trust Module 1 of the four modules used for national training

American School Counselor Association
• Ethics Chairman (2001-2006, 2009-Present)
• Past-President (October 2007-October 2008)
• President (October 2006- October 2007)
• President Elect (October 2006- October 2007)
• Ethics Committee (2008-2009)
• Member to the Delegate Assembly (2003, 2004)
• Radio Media Tour with twelve syndicated taped or live interviews. News Broadcast Network, August, 2005

American Counseling Association
• Revisions of the ACA Code of Ethics (representing ASCA) October-December 2011
• Member of the Delegate Assembly (September 2005- Present)

Florida School Counselor Association
• Ethics Chairman (2007-Present)

Florida Counseling Association
• President July 2002-July 2003
• Executive Board Member (1995-2004)
• Crown Region Representative (1996 to 1998)
• Representative to the 1996 American Counseling Association Leadership Conference
• Ethics Committee Chairman (1995-1996)

Consultant to counselor education programs:
• Singapore (January 2007-Present)
• Taiwan Legislation to begin School Counseling in Taiwan (May 2006)
• University of Louisville (October, 2004)
• Consultant to the SOAR Elementary School Counselor Demonstration Act Grant with Duval County Public Schools (August 2004-Present)
• New York Institute of Technology (May 2000)
• University of Maryland Baltimore (May 1999)

Jacksonville Community Counsel Inc.
• Consultant to the Public Education Reform Study. October, 2003.

Florida Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
• President (1996)

First Coast Counseling Association
• Advisor (1990 to 1995)

Phi Delta Kappa
• Scholarship Chairman (1993 to 2000)
• Scholarship Committee Member (1990 to 1993)
• Nominations Committee Member (2000)

Journal of Employment Counseling
• Member Editorial Board (1996-1997)
 

Grants and Contracts Awarded

Funded Scholarship: $2,196,160.00 as of December 28, 2010

Externally Funded Scholarship
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP) IV: Duval’s Future (unfunded $1,452,268 ) Forrest and Ed. White High Schools and 4 feeder middles, Duval County Public Schools, United States Department of Education, August 2011-2018, UNF Co-Project Director.

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP) IV: Duval’s Future ($505,464) Gilbert and Paxon Middle Schools, Jackson High School, Duval County Public Schools, United States Department of Education, August 2008-2014, UNF Co-Project Director.

Continuation of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP) III: Duval’s Future ($66,000) Raines, Eugene Butler Middle School, and Northwestern Middle School Duval County Public Schools, United States Department of Education, December, 2006, UNF Project Director.

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP): Duval’s Future
($440,000) Raines, Eugene Butler Middle School, and Northwestern Middle School Duval County Public Schools, United States Department of Education, December 2006-2012, UNF Project Director.

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP): Duval’s Future III
$29,160 (extended for Year 7), Ribault High School: Duval County Public Schools, United States Department of Education, September 2005, UNF Project Director

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP): Duval’s Future
$69, 350 (Extended for Year 6), Ribault High School: Duval County Public Schools, September 2004, United States Department of Education, UNF Project Director.

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP): Duval’s Future VI
$90,000 for three years 2004-2007, Lee High School: Duval County Public Schools, September 2004, United States Department of Education, UNF Project Director.

Accountability for Belizean School Counselors
$2,500, The Belizean Anglican Education Advocacy Grant, Delivered two workshops to Anglican educators, June 2004

National School Counselor Training Initiative
$7,000, Metropolitan Life (Managed by Education Trust), June 2001

Elementary School Counseling Demonstration Act: SOAR Junior
$34,500 United States Department of Education, Awarded to Duval County Public Schools, August 2000, UNF Project Coordinator

Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP): Duval’s Future
$383,400 for years 1-5, Duval County Public Schools by the United States Department of Education, August 1999, UNF Project Director

Transforming School Counseling
$450,000, DeWitt Wallace-Reader’s Digest, October 1998, Principal Investigator

A Study of Factors and Conditions Leading to Breaching Minor’s Confidentiality
$2,500, Florida Educational Research Council, Inc., September 1998, Researcher

Transforming School Counseling
$65,000, DeWitt Wallace-Reader’s Digest, November 1997, Principal Investigator

Support for Learning Disabled Students
$1,000, Funded by the Consortium on Belize Educational Cooperation (COBEC) for the presentation of workshops on learning disabilities to Belizean educators, August 1997, Author/Project Director

Character Education at Pinedale Elementary.
$1,000, Funded by Phi Delta Kappa International, January 1997, Author/Project Director

Project E.F.E.C.T.
$12,500, Funded by University of Central Florida and the Florida Department of Education Goals 2000, January 1997, Project Director

Internally Funded Scholarship
(applied) Urban Education in America: Origins of Democratic Equality in Schools.
$6,600, UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity Grant, July 2009

Urban Education in America: Origins of Democratic Equality in Schools.
$6,600, UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity Grant, July 2011

Urban Education in America: Origins of Democratic Equality in Schools.
$5,000, UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity Grant, July 2010

Urban Education in America: Origins of Democratic Equality in Schools.
$5,000, UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity Grant, July 2009

School Counseling Students and Cultural Competence
$2500, International Study Abroad Development Grant, June 2009

Urban Education in America: Origins of Democratic Equality in Schools.
$5,000, UNF Transformational Learning Opportunity Grant, July 2008

Developing Two Teaching Videos
$2500, College of Education and Human Services, Summer 2003

Developing Three Teaching Videos
$5,000, UNF Summer Research Grant, January 2001

Confidentiality with Minors: Student Attitudes Before and After the Columbine High Shootings
$5,000, UNF Summer Research Grant, January 2001

Collaboration across Universities, Postsecondary and Secondary Institutions,
and Disciplines to Prepare Interns in the Case Study Approach
$2,276, UNF Summer Grant, College of Education and Human Services, July 1999

At-Risk Children and Violence Prevention: A Study of Factors Leading to Breaching Minor’s Confidentiality
$4,810, UNF Summer Grant, College of Education and Human Services, July 1999

Confidentiality of Information Revealed by Minors in Counseling Situations
$5,000, UNF Summer Research Grant, April 1998

Externally Unfunded Scholarship
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR-UP) IV: Duval’s Future (unfunded $1,452,268 ) Forrest and Ed. White High Schools and 4 feeder middles, Duval County Public Schools, United States Department of Education, August 2011-2018, UNF Co-Project Director. 

 

Publications & Presentations

Curriculum
Stone, C. (2006). National office for school counselor advocacy: School counselors navigating the ethical
and legal issues of post secondary transition. New York, NY: The College Board.

Book Chapters
Stone, C. (2011). Child sexual abuse. In C. Sink (Ed.), Mental health interventions for school counselors. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage.

Linde, L. & Stone, C. (2010). Code of ethics and ethical and legal considerations for students, parents, and professional school counselors. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Professional school counseling: A handbook of theories, programs, and practices (2nd ed., pp. 45-60). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (2010). Data driven school counseling. In B. T. Erford (Ed.), Professional school counseling: A handbook of theories, programs, and practices (2nd ed., pp. 191-200). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Janson, C., & Stone, C. (2009). What works in the field: Comprehensive school counseling programs. In
F. Connolly & N. Protheroe (Eds.), Principals and counselors partnering for student success (pp. 139-158). Alexandria, VA: Educational Research Service.

Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (2009). Principal-counselor alliance for accountability and data use. In F. Connolly
& N. Protheroe (Eds.), Principals and counselors partnering for student success (pp. 21-26). Alexandria, VA: Educational Research Service.

Seto, A., Dahir, C., Stone, C. (2008). Development of school counseling in the U.S. and
MEASURE model. In T. Inoue (Ed.) Collaborative developmental counseling: Macro
counseling practice series 4., 193-214. (Tsunagi sodateru counseling). Tokyo:
Kawashima-Shoten.

Stone, C. (2008). The complications and complements of ethics and law in counseling. In J. Allen (Ed.), Empowering the 21st century professional school counselor. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Stone, C., Conte, C., & Antkowiak, E. (2007). The legal intrigues of counseling practice. In J. Gregorie & C. Jungers (Eds.), The counselor’s companion: What every beginning counselor needs to know (pp. 32-50). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Clark, M., & Stone, C. (2007). The developmental school counselor as educational leader. In J. Wittmer & M. Clark (Eds.), Managing your school counseling program: K-12 developmental strategies (3rd ed.). Minneapolis, MN: Educational Media Corporation.

Dahir, C. & Stone, C. (2007). School counseling at the crossroads of change. ACA
Professional Counseling Digests. (ACAPCD-05). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Seto, A., Dahir, C., Stone, C., (2007). Development of school counseling in the U.S. and MEASURE
model. In T. Inoue (Ed.) Counseling in the school setting: A macro counseling approach. Tokyo: Kawashima-Shoten.

Stone, C. (2007). School counseling: Envisioning the future. In J. Wittmer & M. Clark (Eds.), Managing your school counseling program: K-12 developmental strategies (3rd ed.). Minneapolis, MN: Educational Media Corporation.

Stone, C. (2004). School counselors as leaders and advocates in addressing sexual harassment. In
R. Perusse & G. Goodnough (Eds.), Leadership, advocacy, and direct service strategies for professional school counselors (pp. 353-377). Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.

Stone, C. (2003). Ethical and legal considerations for students, parents, and professional school
counselors. In B. T.Erford (Ed.), Professional school counseling: A handbook of theories, programs, and practices (pp. 57-64). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Isaacs, M., & Stone, C. (2002). School counselors and confidentiality: Factors affecting professional
choices. In T. P. Remley, M. K. Herman, & W. C. Huey, Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (2nd ed., pp. 179-196). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.*

Stone, C. (2002b). Advocacy for sexual harassment victims: Legal support and ethical aspects. In T. P.
Remley, M. K. Herman, & W. C. Huey, Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (2nd ed., pp. 361-375). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.*

Stone, C. (2002a). Negligence in academic advising and abortion counseling: Courts rulings and
implications. In T. P. Remley, M. K. Herman, & W. C. Huey, Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (2nd ed., pp. 324-337). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.*
* The three preceding chapters first appeared in the American School Counselor Association’s (ASCA) journal Professional School Counselor and are also listed below.

Clark, M., & Stone, C. (2000). The developmental school counselor as educational leader. In J.
Wittmer (Ed.), Managing your school guidance and counseling program K-12 developmental strategies (pp. 75-82). Minneapolis, MN: Educational Media Corp.

Stone, C., & Cashwell, C. (2000). Confidentiality: “I know what’s best.” In L.
Tyson & P. Pedersen (Eds.), Critical incidents in school counseling (2nd ed., pp. 51-60). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
Refereed Publications
Stone, C., & Zirkel, P. (In Review). Student Suicide: Legal and Ethical Implications for School Counselors. Professional School Counseling.
Dahir, C., Burnham, J., Stone, C., & Cobb, N. (2010). Principals as partners: Counselors as collaborators. NASSP Bulletin, 94(4), 286-305. Awarded the 2011 Alabama Counseling Association Individual Publication Honor.
Stone, C. B., & Zirkel, P. A. (2010). School counselor advocacy: When law and ethics may collide. Professional School Counseling, 13(4), 244-247.
(reprinted 2011 in M. A. Hermann, T. P. Remley, Jr., & W. C. Huey, Ethical and legal issues in school counseling (3rd ed., pp. 71-77). Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.)

Stone, C., & Zirkel, P. (2010). School counselor advocacy: When law and ethics collide. Professional School Counseling.

Dahir, C. & Stone, C. (2010). The economic and social implications of closing the achievement
gap. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social
Sustainability, v 6., p. 219 – 231.
Janson, C., Stone, C., & Clark, M. (2009). Stretching leadership: A distributed perspective for school counselor leaders. Professional School Counseling, 13(2), 98-106.

Burnham, J., Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2009). Listen to the voices: School counselors and
comprehensive school counseling programs. Professional School Counseling, 12, 182-192.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2009). School counselor accountability: The path to social justice and systemic
change. Journal of Counseling and Development, 87, 12-20.

Burnham, J., Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2008). A snapshot in time: 1,244 school counselors speak out about
the Alabama state plan. The Alabama School Counseling Journal, 34(1), 1.5-15.

Burnham, J., Dahir, C., Stone, C., & Hooper, L. (2008). The development and exploration
of the psychometric properties of the assessment of school counselor needs for professional development. Research in the Schools, 15, 51-63.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2006). Preparing the next generation: Implementing new paradigms for school counseling pre-service and practice. In G. R. Walz & K. Yep (Eds.), VISTAS – Compelling perspectives on counseling 2006. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2005). MEASURE-ing student success: School counselor accountability.
In G.R. Walz & K. Yep (Eds.), VISTAS – Compelling perspectives on counseling 2005 (pp. 261-265). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2005). New School Counselor Accountability: Leaving no school counselor behind. New York State School Counselor Association, 1(1), 13-21.

Clark, M., Shreve, K., & Stone, C. (2004). Taking stock in children: Collaborating to promote success
for low income secondary students. National Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin, 88(641), 61-73.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2004). Leaving no school counselor behind. In G. R. Walz & K. Yep (Eds.), VISTAS – Perspectives on counseling 2004 (pp. 177-182). Greensboro, NC: CAPSpress.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2003a). Accountability: A M.E.A.S.U.R.E. of the impact of school counselors on student achievement. Professional School Counseling, 6(3), 214-221.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2003b). A M.E.A.S.U.R.E. of success: School counselor accountability. Georgia School Counselors Association Journal, 2(4), 1-14.

Stone, C. (2003b). Philosophical counselor as social justice advocate. Journal of Canadian
Philosophical Counseling. Available online: http://web.ustpaul.uottawa.ca/fr/fac_prog/
philosophie/revue/index.html

Stone, C. (2003a). Counselors as advocates for gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth: A call
for equity and action. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 31(2), 143-155.


Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (2003). Confidentiality with minors: The need for policy to promote and protect.
The Journal of Educational Research, 96(3), 140-150.

Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (2002). Involving students in violence prevention: Anonymous reporting and the
need to promote and protect confidences. National Association of Secondary School Principals
Bulletin, 86(633), 54-65.

Stone, C. (2002c). Negligence in academic advising and abortion counseling: Courts rulings and
implications. Professional School Counselor: Legal and Ethical Issues in
School Counselor [Special Issue], 6(1), 28-35.

Stone, C., & Hanson, C. (2002). Selection of school counselor candidates: Future directions at two
universities. Counselor Education and Supervision, 41(3), 175-192.

Clark, M., & Stone, C. (2002). Clicking with students: Using online assignments in counselor education courses. The Journal of Technology in Counseling, 2(2). Available online: http://jtc.colstate.edu/vol2_2

Hanson, C., & Stone, C. (2002). Recruiting leaders to transform school counseling. Theory Into
Practice, 41(3), 163-168.

Isaacs, M., & Stone, C. (2001). Confidentiality with minors: Mental health counselors’ attitudes toward
breaching or preserving confidentiality. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 23(4), 342-356.

Stone, C., & Clark, M. (2001). School counselors and principals: Powerful allies in school improvement.
Florida Educational Leadership, 2(1), 45-51.

Stone, C., & Clark, M. (2001). School counselors and principals: Partners in support of academic
achievement. National Association of Secondary School Principals Bulletin, 85(624), 46-53.

Stone, C. (2000). Advocacy for sexual harassment victims: Legal support and ethical aspects.
Professional School Counseling, 4(1), 23-30.

Stone, C. & Isaacs, M. (2000). Counselors and confidentiality: Minors and dangerous behavior. Research Bulletin of the Florida Educational Research Council, 31(1,2).

Stone, C., & Seabrooks, J. (1999). Virtual teaming among pre-service professionals in school
counseling, special education, and social work services. The Journal of Technology in Counseling, 1(2). Available online: http://jtc.colstate.edu/vol1_2/teaming.htm

Stone, C., & Turba, R. (1999). School counselors using technology for advocacy. The Journal
of Technology in Counseling, 1(1). Available online: http://jtc.colstate.edu/vol1_1/advocacy.htm

Isaacs, M., & Stone, C. (1999). School counselors and confidentiality: Factors affecting professional
choices. Professional School Counseling, 2(4), 258-266.

Stone, C. (1998). Leveling the playing field: An urban school system examines access to
mathematics curriculum. Urban Review, 30(4), 295-307.

Stone, C., & Dyal, M. (1997). School counselors sowing the seeds of character education.
Professional School Counseling, 1(2), 22-25.

Smith, P., Flinchum, B., Mahung, S., & Stone, C. (1997). The University of North Florida’s masters in
education program in Belize: A model for United States institutions offering graduate programs in Central America and in the Caribbean. Journal of Studies in International Education, 1(2), 93-112.

Stone, C. (1997). Extending the reach of academic counseling in middle schools. Principal Journal, 76(4), 48-51.

Stone, C. (1996b). The gatekeepers: Rethinking the math curriculum. Principal Journal, 76(2), 52-53.

Stone, C. (1996a). About that level playing field: Meritocracy versus egalitarianism. Tennessee
Association of Middle Schools Journal, 22(2), 31-34.

Published Conference Proceedings
Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (in manuscript). School Counselors and Family Therapists Working Together for Parentified Youth. Buenos Aires, Argentina: XVIII World Family Therapists Congress.

Stone, C. (2007). Vouchers, charter schools and public education. Oxford Press, Manchester College, Mansfield Road, Oxford, United Kingdom.

Stone, C. (2001, November). Technology for lifelong and effective learning for school counselors.
Rome: International Council for Innovation in Higher Education.

Stone, C. (2001). Victimized twice: Protecting the confidentiality of students who report sexual
harassment. Bangkok, Thailand: International Conference on Gender and Equity Issues: Humanistic Considerations for the 21st Century.

Stone, C., & Dahir, C. (2001, January). School Counselors: Pivotal leaders in equity efforts for
academic success for all students. Bangkok, Thailand: International Conference on Gender and Equity Issues: Humanistic Considerations for the 21st Century.

Stone, C., & Clark, M. (2000). The school counselor: A key member of the academic
leadership team (pp. 9-10). San Jose, Costa Rica: Eighth International Counseling Conference.

Stone, C. (2000). Counselors as advocates for gay, lesbian, and bisexual students (pp. 23-26).
San Jose, Costa Rica: Eighth International Counseling Conference.

Creator and Author of the American School Counselors Association (ASCA) Legal and Ethical Column for Bimonthly Publication School Counselor (hiatus while serving as ASCA President)
Stone, C. (2011). Child Abuse Reporting: Duty Owed. ASCA School Counselor, 48(6), 6-9.

Stone, C. (2011). Boundary Crossings: The Slippery Slope. ASCA School Counselor, 48(7), 6-9.

Stone, C. (2011). Clear Imminent Danger or Serious and Foreseeable Harm. ASCA School Counselor, 48(4), 6-8.

Stone, C. (2010). Educators and Sexual Misconduct. ASCA School Counselor. 48 (2), 6-8

Stone, C. (2010). Ethical standards for school counselors revised. ASCA School Counselor, 48(1), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2010). Your freedom: It’s up for debate. ASCA School Counselor, 47(5), 8.

Stone, C. (2010). Your values vs. school board rules. ASCA School Counselor, 47(4), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2009). High tech and the high courts. ASCA School Counselor, 47(2), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2008). FERPA and school safety. ASCA School Counselor, 46(5), 7-8.

Stone, C. (2006). Personal judgment in reporting abuse. ASCA School Counselor, 43(6), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2006). Confidentiality and the need to know. ASCA School Counselor, 43(3), 6-9.

Stone, C. (2006). College advising and the courts. ASCA School Counselor, 43(5), 6-8.

Stone, C. (2006). Subpoenas, court orders, and the trusting relationship. ASCA School Counselor, 43(4),
6-7.

Stone, C. (2006). In loco parentis, substantial interest and qualified privilege. ASCA School Counselor,
43(1), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2005). Cutting, eating disorders and confidentiality. ASCA School Counselor, 42(8).

Stone, C. (2005). Ethical behavior and high school reform. ASCA School Counselor, 42(7).

Stone, C. (2005). Ethics and law for school counselors. ASCA School Counselor, 42(6), 45-48.

Stone, C. (2005). The art and ethics of collaboration. ASCA School Counselor, 42(5), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2005). Rights for noncustodial parents. ASCA School Counselor, 42(4), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2005). Students’ self-direction and autonomy: Educating vs. directing. ASCA School
Counselor, 42(3),6-7.

Stone, C. (2004). Counselors and courts: Bully prevention for gay, lesbian and bisexual
youth. ASCA School Counselor, 42(2), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2004). Gifts and perks: A problem or not? ASCA School Counselor, 42(1), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2004). Equity of services and dual relationships (Pt. 2). ASCA School Counselor, 41(6), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2004). Equity of services and dual relationships (Pt. 1). ASCA School Counselor, 41(5), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2004). The legal and ethical complications in letters of recommendation. ASCA School
Counselor, 41(4), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2004). Legal and ethical dilemmas in abortion counseling. ASCA School Counselor, 41
(3), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2003). Case notes, educational records, and subpoenas. ASCA School
Counselor, 41(2), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2003) Advocacy in academic advising: Behaving legally and ethically.
ASCA School Counselor, 1(1), 8-9.

Stone, C. (2003). Group work: What’s appropriate, what’s not? ASCA School
Counselor, 41(6), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2003). Sexual harassment: The legal muscle to support victims. ASCA
School Counselor, 41(5), 6-7.

Stone, C. (2003). Suicide: A duty owed. ASCA School Counselor, 40(4), 12-13.
(Each column has also been reprinted in state School Counselor Association’s newsletters and in The Guidance Channel web based publication)

President’s Column for the American School Counselors Association Bimonthly Publication School Counselor
Stone, C. (2007). Make This Your Level 5 Leadership Year. President’s Message. ASCA School
Counselor, 45(1).

Stone, C. (2007). Looking at the Future. President’s Message. ASCA School Counselor, 44(6).

Stone, C. (2007). Lighting the Light. President’s Message. ASCA School Counselor, 44(5).

Stone, C. (2007). Free Of Fear. President’s Message. ASCA School Counselor. 44(4), 6.

Stone, C. (2007). Do You Know Where You’re Going To. President’s Message. ASCA School
Counselor. 44(3), 6.

Stone, C. (2006). Practice vs. Preparation. President’s Message. ASCA School Counselor, 44(2), 6.

Stone, C. (2006). Practitioner’s Research Advantages Students. President’s Message. ASCA School
Counselor, 44(1), 6.

Stone & Dahir adapted the accountability model presented in Stone & Dahir, School counselor accountability: A measure of student success. Columbus, OH: Merrill Prentice-Hall for the following state, district and professional association comprehensive school counseling models (copyright permission given):
- Florida School Counseling Frameworks. Florida Department of Education: Tallahassee, Fl.;
- Rhode Island Department of Education: Providence, RI.;
- Massachusetts Model for Comprehensive School Counseling Programs. Massachusetts School Counselor Association: Lexington, MA.;
- New Jersey Comprehensive Model for School Counseling Programs. New Jersey School Counselor Association: Matawan, NJ.;
- Tennessee Comprehensive Model for School Counseling Programs: Tennessee State Department of Education: Nashville, TN
- New York State Comprehensive Developmental Program Guide. New York State School Counselor Association: Albany, NY.

Other Publications
Romagnolo, S. & Stone, C. (2011). School Counselors in the United States. Counseling in China, Shaanxi Normal University (SNNU), Editor, 欧阳婧 Å•Ñôæº, Daily Counselor (ouyangjing@snnu.edu.cn), China June 2011.

Stone, C. (2009). High tech and the high courts. ASCA School Counselor, 47(2), 17-20.

Stone, C. (2008). FERPA & School Safety. ASCA School Counselor, 45(2), 40-45.

Stone, C. (2008). College, career and academic counseling: Tools for social change. National Career Development Association: Career Development. 24(2), 16-17.

Dahir, C. & Stone, C. (2008). School counselor accountability. In the supplement to the Connecticut
comprehensive counseling program: A focus on accountability. Connecticut SCA and Department of Education. Hartford, CT.

Dahir, C. & Stone, C. (2008). School counselor accountability. Wisconsin comprehensive counseling
program: A focus on accountability. Wisconsin Department of Education. Madison, WI.

Stone, C. (2008). Corporal punishment and community standards. In L. Tyson, J. Culbreth, & J.
Harrington, Critical incident in supervision: Addictions, Community, and School Counseling. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Stone, C. (2008). Response in Providing Culturally Responsive Supervision. In L. Tyson, J. Culbreth, & J. Harrington, Critical Incidents in Clinical Supervision: Addictions, Community, and School Counseling. Alexandria, VA: American School Counseling Association.

Dahir, C. & Stone, C. (2007). School counseling at the crossroads of change. ACA Professional Counseling Digests. (ACAPCD-05). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Stone, C. (June, 2007). School counselors: A duty owed. David Chartrand web blog. Available online http://web.mac.com/davidg5imac1/iWeb/DavidChartrand/ChartrandBlog/725E5F01-29B3-4F60-A9CE-AD0928B3BA33.html

Stone, C. (March, 2007). Make up your mind: Counselors debate the need to declare a major in high school [quote, p.9]. Edutopia. Available online http://www.edutopia.org/magazine/ed1article.php?id=Art_1784&issue=mar_07

Stone, C. (August, 2006). American School Counseling Association. Counseling Today, 49(6), 47-48.

Stone, C. (2006). Ethics & school counseling. New York State School Counseling Journal, 2(1), 40-41. [First appeared in ASCA School Counselor Legal and Ethical column].

Stone, C. (2006). Students’ self-direction and autonomy: Educating versus directing. New York School Counseling Journal, 2(1), 38-39. [First appeared in ASCA School Counselor Legal and Ethical column].

Stone, C. (2005). Are a school counselor’s notes considered confidential and therefore not available to the court, even with a subpoena? In ASCA, School Counseling Principles: Foundations and Basics. Alexandria, VA: American School Counselor Association.

Stone, C. (2004). Hands-on high-tech advocacy. ASCA School Counselor, 41(4), 23-28.

Stone, C. (Ed.). (2004, June). American School Counselor Association ethical standards (Rev. ed.). Alexandria VA: American School Counselor Association.

Stone, C., & Martin, P. (2004). Data-driven decision-makers. ASCA School Counselor, 41(3), 10-17.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2003, Fall). Leaving no school counselor behind. Newscaster, Garden City, NY: Nassau Counselor’s Association; NYSSCA Gram, Albany, NY: New York State School Counselor Association; Newsletter, Orlando, FL: Florida School Counselor Association; News from the NJSCA, Matawan, NJ: New Jersey School Counselor.


Stone, C. (2003, September). School counselors: Educators first, with mental health expertise.
Counseling Today, 46(3), 14-15.

Stone, C. (2003, November). Counselors embrace leaving no school counselor behind. Orlando, FL: Florida Counseling Association Newsletter, 44(2), 6.

Stone, C. (2003, November). School counselors and subpoenas. Orlando, FL: Florida School Counseling
Association Newsletter.

Stone, C. (2003, April). The new school counselor: Agent of change. The College Board
Review, 199, 45-48.

Stone, C. (2003, Spring). President’s message. Orlando, FL: Florida Counseling Association Guidelines,
43(3), 1.

Stone, C. (2003, May; 2003, February; 2002, November; 2002, September). President’s message. Tampa, FL: Florida School Counselor Association.

Stone, C., & House, R. (2002, May). Train the trainers program transforms school counselors. ASCA School Counselor, 39(5), 20-21.

House, R. & Stone, C. (2002, May). Education Trust implements MetLife foundation grant. Counseling
Today, 44 (11), 28-29.

Clark, M., & Stone, C. (2000, May). Evolving our image: School counselors as educational leaders.
Counseling Today, 42(11), 21- 22, 29, 46.
 

Stone, C. (1999). Legal and ethical issues for professional guidance staff. Developmental
guidance program: Charting a course for success. District School Board of Pasco County, TX.

Stone, C. (1999). Improving academic counseling at the middle level. Middle Matters, 7(3),
2-3.
 

Refereed Papers Presented at International Meetings

Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (2011 June). Preparation of Multi-Culturally Competent School Counselors through a New York City Immersion Program. La Baume, 1770 Chemin de la Blaque, 13090 Aix-en-Provence, France.

Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (2011 June). Transformed School Counseling Program Ten Years Later. 4th International Conference for Theory and Practice in Education: Society and Education. International PetÅ‘ András Institute, HU-1125 Budapest, Kútvölgyi út No. 6. Budapest, Hungary

Stone, C. (2011, May). The United States Transformed School Counseling. Shanxi Normal University. Xian, China.

Stone, C. (2010, August). The American School Counselor Association’s Model for School Counseling Programs. Singapore, Singapore.

Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (2010 March). School Counselors and Family Therapists Working Together for Parentified Youth. Buenos Aires, Argentina: XVIII World Family Therapists Congress.

Stone, C. & Dahir, C. (2010 January). The Economic Impact of High School Drop Outs. Cuenca, Ecuador: Sixth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability.

Stone, C. (2009, August). Comparison of transformed school counseling and counseling in Turkey. Ege
University. Izmir, Turkey.

Stone, C. (2009, August). School counseling in the United States. BoÄŸaziçi Üniversitesi. Istanbul,
Turkey.

Stone, C. (2009, August). The American School Counselor Association National Model. Hacettepe
Üniversitesi. Ankara, Turkey.

Stone, C. (2009, March). Parentification and the correlate to accessible health and
social needs. Venice, Italy.

Stone, C. (2008, December). Principal and school counselors collaborating for student success. Singapore,
Singapore.

Stone, C. (2007, March). Charter schools: A progressive policy tool or privatization of public education.
Paper presented at Oxford Round Table, Oxford, England.

Stone, C. (2006, October). Legal and ethical complications of working with minors in a school setting. Saipan, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

Stone, C. (2006, October). MEASURE-ing student success: No school counselor left behind. Saipan, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands.

Stone, C. (2006, October). Working toward collaboration with teachers and parents: Practice and skills for school counselors. Paper presented at American Institute in Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan.

Stone, C. (2006, October). Pathways to effective school counseling: Using data to impact systemic change. Keynote presented at the Chinese Guidance and Counseling Association Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.

Stone, C. (2006, October). Pathways to effective school counseling: Using data to impact systemic change. Keynote presented at the Chinese Guidance and Counseling Association Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.

Stone, C. (2006, May). School Counselor Accountability. Japanese Counseling Association. Toyko, Japan

Stone, C. (2006, October). School Counselor Accountability: No school counselor left behind. Annual Conference for Guam Community College. Guam

Stone, C. (2005, April). MEASURE-ing student success: No school counselor left behind. Paper presented at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Montreal, Canada.

Stone, C. (2002, December). Philosophical counselor as social justice advocate. Paper presented at the Annual Canadian Philosophical Counseling, University of St Paul: Ottawa, Canada.

Stone, C. (2002, October). Preparing school counselors to use technology to advocate for equity. Paper presented at the Twelfth Conference of the American University Association Conference, Paris.

Stone, C. (2001, November). Technology for lifelong and effective learning for school counselors. Paper presented at the International Council for Innovation in Higher Education, Rome.

Stone, C., & Seabrooks, J. (2001, July). Learner centered virtual teaming among pre-service professionals in school counseling, special education, and social work service. Paper presented at the 26th International Conference Learner-Centered Universities for the New Millennium, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Stone, C. (2001, January). Victimized twice: Protecting the confidentiality of students who report sexual harassment. School counselors: Pivotal leaders in equity efforts for academic success for all students. Two papers presented at the Third International Conference on Gender and Equity Issues: Humanistic Considerations for the 21st Century, Bangkok, Thailand.

Stone, C. (2000, June). The school counselor: A key member of the academic leadership team. Counselors as advocates for gay, lesbian, and bisexual students. Paper presented at the Eighth International Counseling Conference, Costa Rica.

Stone, C. (1999, July). Collaboration across universities, colleges, post-secondary and secondary institutions, and disciplines to prepare interns in the case study approach. Workshop presented at the Sixteenth International Conference for the World Association for Case Method Research & Application, Caceres, Spain.

Stone, C. (1998, September). Character education in secondary schools. Paper presented at the United States International University - Africa, National Psychology Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.

Soldwedel, B., & Stone, C. (1996, May). Programming for gender equity: A guide for staff development. Paper presented at the 1996 International Counseling Congress, Counseling in the Global Community, University of British Columbia: Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Refereed Papers Presented at National Meetings
Dahir, C., Stone, C., Hutchinson, B., & Magnus, V. (2011, October). Preparing Culturally Competent School Counselors. Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors. Nashville, TN.
Stone, C. (2011, July). NOSCA: Use of Data as a Tool for Systemic Change for SchoolCounselors. College Board's Annual Advanced Placement Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Stone, C. (2011, June). Legal and Ethical Considerations in Working with Minors in Schools. Workshop presenter for National Center for Youth Issues. Chattanooga, TN.
Stone, C. (2011, June). Response to Intervention. Workshop presenter for National Center for Youth Issues. Chattanooga, TN.
Stone, C. (2011, June). Court cases and the dual perspectives of law and ethics. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association 2011 Annual Conference, Seattle, WA.
Stone, C. (2011, May). Legal and Ethical Consideration in Working with Minors in Schools. Workshop presenter for the Center for Excellence in School Counseling and Leadership. San Diego, CA.
Dahir, C., Stone, C., Portman, T., Janson, C. & Parikh, S. (April, 2011). Diversity Matters: Perspectives on Closing the Achievement Gap.” Workshop presenter for AERA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Stone, C. (2010, July). The legal and ethical complications of schools. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association 2010 Annual Conference, Boston, MA.

Stone, C. (2009, March). 2008-2009 Education Court Cases. Paper presented at National Center for
Youth Issues Conference, Cleveland, TN.

Stone, C. (2008, April). The Ethics of Accountability in College Readiness Counseling. Paper presented at the meeting of The National Office of School Counselor Advocacy, College Board: Houston, TX.

Dahir, C. & Stone, C (2008, February). School Counselor Preparation for 21st Century Schools. Presented at the meeting of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, New Orleans, LA

Daniel, L., Brown, J., Carey, J., Hayes, R., Janson, C., Lee, C., & Stone, C. (2008, February). Building School Counseling Preparation Programs in Response to Educational Reform Agendas. Presented at the meeting of the American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, New Orleans, LA

Stone, C. & Janson, C. (2007, October). A Social Justice Agenda: Increasing Diversity in a School Counseling Program. Presented at the Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

Stone, C. (2006, June). The legal and ethical complications of schools. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association 2006 Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.

Stone, C. (2005, June). Negotiating the legal and ethical landscape of schools. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association 2005 Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (2005, April). A M.E.A.S.U.R.E. of student success. Paper presented at the College Board’s Counselor Leadership Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C. (2003, June). Accountability: Every educator’s imperative. Paper presented at the Education Trust Summer Institute, Las Vegas, NV.

Stone, C. (2003, June). Accountability: The fire under educators’ feet. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Stone, C. (2003, June). Accountability: Every educator’s imperative. Paper presented at the Education Trust Summer Institute, Las Vegas, NV.

Stone, C., House, R., & Hines, P. (2003, March). Transforming school counseling: Connecting to the mission of schools. Learning Institute presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference 2000, Washington, D.C.

Stone, C. (2003, March). The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association’s Annual Convention, Anaheim, CA.

Stone, C., & Dahir, C. (2003, February). Accountability: School counselors impacting measurable indicators of students’ success. Paper presented at the National Association of Secondary School Principals 87th Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.

Stone, C., & Dahir, C. (2003, January). The transformation of school counseling: Creating a new vision for preparation and practice on two campuses. Paper presented at the AACTE 55th Annual Meeting and Exhibits, New Orleans, LA.

Stone, C. (2002, November). A MEASURE of success: School counselors demonstrating their impact on measurable indicators of student success. Paper presented at the Thirteenth Education Trust National Conference, Washington, D.C.

Stone, C. (2002, October). Educators as advocates against the sexual harassment of gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth: A call for equity and action. Paper presented at the Twelfth International Conference on Sexual Assault and Harassment on Campus, Kissimmee, FL.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2002, August). Making a difference in student achievement. Paper presented at the Second Annual Standards Institute, Rochester, NY.

Stone, C., & Shook, J. (2002, June). School counselors and principals partnering for academic success. Paper presented at the Education Trust’s Summer Institute on Transforming School Counseling, Chicago, IL.

Stone, C., & Hines, P. (2002, June). The Metropolitan Life’s initiative for school counselors. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association Conference, Miami, FL.

Stone, C. (2002, May). School counselors as advocates for Hispanic students’ academic success. Paper presented at the Hispanic Presence in the United States Conference, Columbia University: New York.

Stone, C. (2002, April). School counselors in partnership with principals. Empowering school counselors through technology. Two papers presented at the Ninth National Conference on Creating the Quality School in Biloxi, MS.

Stone, C. (2002, March). Implementing a data-driven school counseling program. American Counselor Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, March, 2002.

Dahir, C., & Stone, C. (2002, March). Ensuring equity and valuing diversity: The role of school counseling in student achievement. Paper presented at the 2002 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Stone, C., Clark, M., & Dahir, C. (2001, November). Principals and school counselors: Powerful partners in support of academic achievement. Paper presented at the Twelfth Education Trust National Conference, Washington, D.C.

Stone, C. (2001, September). Legal aspects of working with minors in schools. Paper presented at The National Educational Conference for Counselors and Administrators, Nashville, TN.

Stone, C. (2001, June). School counselors as key members of the academic leadership team. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association Conference, Portland, OR.

Stone, C., & Dyal, M. (2001, June). School counselors building academic success through a character education program. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association Conference, Portland, OR.

Dahir, C., Stone, C., & Kuranz, M. (2001, March). From vision to action: The principal’s role in a school counseling program. Paper presented at the National Association of Secondary School Principals 85th Annual Convention, Phoenix, AZ.

Schumacher, R., & Stone, C. (2000, November). Transforming school counseling: School counselors as advocates and leaders. Paper presented at the Education Trust Conference, Washington D.C.

Stone, C. (2000, November). The school as a social learning environment building academic success through character education. Paper presented at the National Social Science Association, New Orleans, LA.

Stone, C., & Hohenshil, T. (2000, October). Delivering internet and technology supported instruction in counseling courses. Paper presented at the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Greensboro, NC.

Stone, C., Mortensen, K., & Fasnacht, R. (2000, April). Counselors SOAR into the twenty-first century. Paper presented at the Eleventh International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL.

Stone, C., Turba, R., & Jensius, M. (2000, March). School counselors using technology for advocacy. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference 2000, Washington, D.C.

Stone, C. (2000, February). The legal and ethical complications of working with minors. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable, Columbia University: New York.

Stone, C., & Schumacher, R. (1999, November). A university/school district partnership to transform school counseling. Paper presented at the Tenth Education Trust National Conference, Washington, D.C.

Stone, C., Anderson, L., Turba, R., & Schumacher, B. (1999, October). Counselors SOAR into the twenty first century. Paper presented at the American Association for Counselor Education and Supervision National Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Stone, C., & Hines, P. (1999, June). University/K-12 partnerships: Transforming the preparation of school counselors. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Martin, P., House, R., & Stone, C. (1999, June). Counselors as leaders: Behaving as if you really believe in all children. Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

House, R., Martin, P., Stone, C., Paisley, P., Shore, B., Hansen, C., Hines, P., & Sears, S. (1999, April). Transforming school counseling. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association International Conference, San Diego, CA.

Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (1999, April). A study of the factors and conditions leading to breaching minor’s confidentiality. Paper presented at the American Counseling Association’s International Conference, San Diego, CA.

Stone, C. (1999, February). The complications of counseling minor clients in schools: A parent’s right to know or a child’s right to privacy. Paper presented at the Pace University’s World Trade Center National Conference on the Ethics of Parenting, New York.

Stone, C., House, R., Martin, P., Paisley, P., Shore, B., & Clark, M. (1998, November). From zebras to giraffes: A decidedly different way of preparing school counselors. Paper presented at the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Montgomery, AL.

Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (1998, November). A study of the factors and conditions leading to breaching minor’s confidentiality. Paper presented at the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Montgomery, AL.

Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (1998, February). A pilot study of the factors and conditions which mitigate school counselor decisions to reveal confidential information. Paper presented at the Eastern Education Research Association 21st Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C. (1997, October). The school counselor as consultant: Using the Gregorc to assess your consultation style. Paper presented at the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Louisville, KY.

Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (1997, October). Do as I do, not only as I say: Modeling cross-disciplinary collaboration in the university classroom. Paper presented at the Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Louisville, KY.

Flinchum, B., & Stone, C. (1997, April). Teacher training in developing nations: Outreach programs in education. Paper presented at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University: Cambridge, MA.

Drummond, R., & Stone, C. (1997, April). Career thought inventory. Workshop presented at the National Employment Counseling Association Conference, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (1997, March). Counseling minor clients: Whose rights do we protect? Paper presented at the Saint Xavier Sesquicentennial Conference, Children in the World: Exploring the Rights of the Child, Chicago.

Stone, C. (1997, February). Meritocracy of high school mathematics curriculum placement. Paper presented at the Eastern Education Research Association 20th Annual Conference, Hilton Head, SC.

Stone, C. (1996, October). Changing the school counseling model: Thriving not just surviving. Paper presented at the National Conference for the Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Portland, OR.

Stone, C. (1996, May). High school counselors thriving not just surviving: A developmental guidance model. Florida School Counselors Association Convention, Clearwater, FL.

Stone, C. (1996, April). High school mathematics curriculum placement: School counselors as the gatekeepers. Paper presented at the National Conference on Urban Issues, Florida International University: Miami, FL.

Stone, C. (1996, March). The Gregorc Style Delineator: Assess your teaching/learning style. Paper presented at the Seventh National Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL.

Refereed Papers Presented at State Meetings
Stone, C. (2010, November). Legal and ethical issues in working with minors in schools. Presented at the Florida School Counselor Association state convention, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Stone, C. (2010, November). Confidentiality. Presented at the Florida School Counselor Association state convention, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

Stone, C. (2009, October). Legal and ethical issues in working with minors in schools. Presented at Florida School Counselor Association state convention, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (2009, October). School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success. Presented at Florida School Counselor Association state convention, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (2008, June). About that level playing field. Keynote presenter for Florida School Counselor Association, Orlando, FL.

Janson, C. & Stone, C (2008, March). Dimensions of Leadership; Helping School Counselors Transform and Develop into Educational Leaders. Presented at the meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY

Stone, C. (2006, December). Opportunity, Information, and the Achievement Gap. Keynote, Counseling Leadership Conference, College Board, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (2005, June). Strategies using character education and school counselor accountability. Workshop presented at the Consortium for Social Responsibility and Character in Education, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (2004, September). Legal aspects of working with minors in school. National Education Conference for Counselors and Administrators, Tampa, FL, September, 2004.

Stone, C. (2003, November). A M.E.A.S.U.R.E. of school counselors’ success. Paper presented at the Florida School Counseling Association’s 55th Annual Leadership Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C. (2002, November). Accountability: School Counselors Making the Grade. Presented at Florida School Counseling Association’s 54th Annual Leadership Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C., & Clark, M. (2001, November). Group leadership skills for school counselors as systemic change agents. Paper presented at the Florida Counseling Association Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C. (2001, November). School counselors as advocates and leaders in supporting academic achievement. Paper presented at the Florida Counseling Association Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C. (2001, May). Role of student services. Paper presented at University of North Florida and Duval County Public Schools Middle School Summit, Jacksonville, FL.

Stone, C., & Clark, M. (2000, November). School counselors as leaders: Evolving our image. Paper presented at the Florida Counseling Association Conference, Daytona Beach, FL.

Stone, C., Schumacher, R., & Novelly, C. (2000, November) School counselors: Supporters of academic rigor. Paper presented at the Florida Counseling Association Conference, Daytona Beach, FL.

Stone, C., Mortensen, K., & Fasnacht, R. (2000, April). Counselors SOAR into the twenty-first century. Paper presented at the Eleventh International Conference on College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL.

Stone, C. & Anderson, L. (1999, November). School counselors: Supporters of academic rigor. Researching mitigating factors leading to breaching minors’ confidentiality. Two papers presented at the Florida Counseling Association’s 50th Annual Conference, Tampa, FL.

Stone, C. & Turba, R. (1998, November). School counselors: Supporters of academic rigor. Paper presented at the Florida Counseling Association’s 49th Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (1998, January). Harmony in interpersonal communications. Paper presented at 1998 Florida Association for Women in Education Annual State Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

Stone, C. (1997, November). School counselors as brokers of community resources. Paper presented at Florida Counseling Association’s 48th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C., & UNF school counseling graduate students. (1997, November). Counselors as purveyors of character education. Paper presented at the Florida Counseling Association’s 48th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C., & Isaacs, M. (1997, June). Planning for an integrated service model. Paper presented at the Project EFECT State Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. & UNF school counseling graduate students. (1996, November). The world of play: A place for a child to heal. Paper presented at Florida Counseling Association’s 47th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C., Shepard-Tew, D. & Thompson, L. (1996, May). Legal and ethical issues for school counselors. Paper presented at the Florida School Counselor Association convention, Clearwater, FL.

Stone, C. (1996, November). The counselor as consultant: Using the Gregorc to assess your consultation style. Paper presented at Florida Counseling Association’s 47th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Stone, C. (1996, May). High school counselors thriving not just surviving: A developmental guidance model. Florida School Counselors Association Convention, Clearwater, FL.

Stone, C. (1995, November). A high school guidance model that works. The BEACON financial aid program. Two papers presented at the Florida Counseling Association’s 46th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Invited Keynotes, Pre-conference workshops and Presentations
“Data-Driven School Counselors and Accountability.” Presenter for San Diego School District. San Diego, CA. October 2011.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools”. Guest lecturer at Vanderbilt University (via Skype). Nashville, TN. October 2011.

“Data Driven School Counseling.” Presenter for Mobile County Public Schools. Mobile, AL. October 20-21, 2011.

“Data Driven School Counseling.” Presenter for Mobile County Public Schools. Mobile, AL. August 30- September 1, 2011.

“School Counselor Accountability: A MEASURE of Student Success.” Presenter for Oklahoma City Public Schools. Oklahoma City, OK. September 2011.

“Data Driven School Counseling.” Presenter for Mobile County Public Schools. Mobile, AL. August 4-5, 2011.


“The Courts and School Counselors.” Workshop presenter for Pennsylvania School Counselor Association. Lancaster, PN. February 2011.

“About That Level Playing Field.” Keynote speaker for School Counselors and Administrators Leadership Institute. Nashville, TN. January 2011.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for School Counselors and Administrators Leadership Institute. Nashville, TN. January 2011.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Westchester County Public Schools. Westchester, NY. November 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Keynote speaker for Colorado School Counselor Association. Vale, CO. November 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for California School Counselor Association. Montebello, CA. October 2010

“School Counselor Accountability.” Workshop presenter for California School Counselor Association. Montebello, CA. October 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Maryland School Counselor Association. Timonium, MD. October 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Encyclo-Media Conference. Oklahoma City, OK. October 2010.

“School Counselor Accountability.” Workshop presenter for Encyclo-Media Conference. Oklahoma City, OK. October 2010.

“The ASCA National Model.” Workshop presenter for Orange Public Schools, Orange, NJ. September 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Vermont School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Killington, VT. August, 2010.

“School Counselors and Power.” Workshop presenter for Mobile Public Schools, August 2010.

“Multicultural Competence.” Workshop presenter for Orange County Public Schools, Orlando, Florida. June, 2010

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Maine School
Counselor Association, Bangor, Maine. June, 2010.

“About that Level Playing Field.” Workshop presenter for Pennsylvania School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Lancaster, PN. May, 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Pennsylvania School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Lancaster, PN. May, 2010.

“Legal and Ethical Complications of Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth.” Orange County Public Schools, Orlando, FL. March, 2010.

“Equity and Access.” Workshop presenter for Mobile County Public Schools, Mobile, AL. February, 2010.

“About that Level Playing Field.” Keynote presenter for Texas School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Galveston, TX. February, 2010.

“School Counselors: Negotiating the Legal & Ethical Complications of Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for the Annual School Counseling Conference, New York City United
Federation of Teachers, New York, NY. January, 2010.

“Legal and Ethical issues in Working with Minors in Schools.” Guest lecturer for University of Massachusetts at Boston University (via Skype). Boston, MA. October 2009.

“About that Level Playing Field.” Keynote presenter for Nebraska School Counselor Association. Lincoln, Nebraska. October, 2009

“About that Level Playing Field.” Keynote presenter for Colorado School Counselor Association. Denver, Colorado. October, 2009

“About that Level Playing Field.” Workshop presenter for Guidance Expo. White Plains, NY. October 2009.

“The Legal and Ethical Complications of Working with Minors in School” Workshop presenter for the American School Counselor Association Annual Convention, Dallas, TX. June 2009

“Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors.” Workshop presenter for 5th Annual Midwest Healthy Choices for Youth Conference. Indianapolis, IN. June 2009.

“About that Level Playing Field.” Keynote presenter for Virginia School Counselor Association. Newport News, VA. March, 2009

“About that Level Playing Field.” Keynote presenter for New York School Counselors. Albany, NY. March, 2009

“School Counselors and Principals Collaborating to Remove the Achievement Gap.” Keynote presenter for Tennessee Department of Education. February, 2009

“MEASURE Awards Program.” Workshop presenter for Tennessee Department of Education. February, 2009.

“About that Level Playing Field.” Keynote presenter for Education Trust Conference. Austin, TX. February 2009

“Counselors and the Law.” Keynote presenter for Long Island Counselor’s Annual Conference. Long Island, NY. November, 2008.

“About that Level Playing Field: Closing the Opportunity, Information, and Achievement Gap.” Presenter for Orange County Public Schools. Orlando, FL. September, 2008.

“Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors.” Workshop presenter for Southeastern Regional Character Education Conference. Chattanooga, TN. June, 2008.

“Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors.” Workshop presenter for Southwestern Regional Healthy Choices for Youth Conference. Dallas, TX. June, 2008.

“Legal and Ethical Issues for School Counselors.” Workshop presenter for Midwest Regional Healthy Choices for Youth Conference. Indianapolis, IN. June, 2008.

“Building school counseling preparation programs in response to educational reform agendas.” Presentation at AACTE. New Orleans, LA. February 2008

“Counselor and the Law: Bullying.” Keynote presenter for Clayton County Public School’s Counselor Appreciation Conference. Jonesboro, GA. February 2008

“School Counselor Accountability: A MEASURE of Student Success.” Keynote presenter for Maine School Counselor Association. Portland, MA. December 2007

“Examining the Gender Gap in Educational Outcomes in Public Education: Implications for School Counselors.” Workshop presenter for the meeting of the European Branch of the American Counseling Association. Bad Herrenalb, Germany. November 2007

“Leaving No Child Behind: Issues and Trends in 21st Century School Counseling.” Workshop presenter for the meeting of the European Branch of the American Counseling Association. Bad Herrenalb, Germany, November 2007

“The Legal and Ethical Complications of Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for the meeting of the European Branch of the American Counseling Association. Bad Herrenalb, Germany, November 2007

“School Counselors Closing the Information, Achievement, and Opportunity Gaps.” Keynote speaker for the Alaska School Counselors Association, November 2007

“The Legal and Ethical Issues of Working with Minors in School” Workshop presenter for the Oklahoma State Department of Education, Oklahoma City, OK. August 2007

“About that level playing field: closing the opportunity, information, and achievement gaps.” Keynote presenter for Ed Trust- School Counseling Summer Academy, Portland, OR, May-June, 2007

“School Counselors Negotiating the Legal and Ethical Dilemmas of Working with Minors in Schools.” Workshop presenter for Pennsylvania School Counselor Association, Lancaster, PA, April 2007

“Equity, access and accountability in school counseling.” Workshop presenter for the Nebraska and Iowa School Counselor Associations, Omaha, NE, April, 2007.

“Level playing field: Closing the opportunities, information, and achievement gaps.” Keynote presenter for Counselor Association of Southern California, Ontaria, CA, March, 2007.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for Washington/Oregon School Counselor Association, Vancouver, WA, March, 2007.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Keynote presenter for Arizona School Counselor Association, Mensa, AZ, March 2007.

“School counselors closing the opportunities, information, and achievement gaps.” Keynote presenter for the Hawaii School Counselor Association, Honolulu, HI, February, 2007.

“Implementing the ASCA national model: Leading the way to stronger school counseling programs in Texas.” Workshop presenter for Texas School Counselor Association, San Antonio, TX, December, 2006.

“Promoting school improvement through counselor accountability program.” Workshop presenter for College Board, San Diego, CA, November, 2006.

“Principal and school counselors as partners.” Keynote at the First Coast Counseling Association Meeting, Jacksonville, Florida, November, 2006.

“School counselors: Leaders in equity.” Guest speaker at the Colorado School Counselor Association 46th Annual State Conference, Broomfield, CO, November, 2006.

“American School Counselor Association model.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for Georgia School Counselor Association, Savannah, GA, November, 2006.

“Changing the school counseling profession.” Keynote presenter for Florida Counseling Association Convention, Orlando, FL, November, 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for New Jersey School Counselor Association, Long Branch, NJ, October, 2006.

“School counselors closing the opportunities, information, and achievement gaps.” Keynote presenter for Iowa School Counselor Association, Des Moines, IA, October, 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for Massachusetts School Counselor Association, Sturbridge, MA, October, 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for Oregon School Counselor Association, Bend, OR, October, 2006.

“School counselors closing the opportunities, information, and achievement gaps.” Keynote presenter for Oregon School Counselor Association, Bend, OR, October, 2006.

“Educators partnering to eliminate the achievement gap.” Keynote presenter for Massachusetts School Counselor Association. Sturbridge, Massachusetts. October, 2006.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for the Midwest Regional Character Education Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, June, 2006

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for the 4th Annual Southwest Regional Conference, Dallas, TX, June, 2006

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for Montana School Counselor Association, Bozeman, Montana, April, 2006.

“Educators Partnering to Eliminate the Achievement Gap.” Keynote Presenter at the University of Massachusetts-Boston Symposium. Boston, Massachusetts, April 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for Montana School Counselor Association, Bozeman, Montana, April, 2006.

“Educators partnering to eliminate the achievement gap.” Keynote presenter for the College of Education, University of Massachusetts Boston, Presidential Inauguration, Boston, Massachusetts, April, 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Workshop presenter for the American Career Resource Network, Washington, D.C., Washington, D.C., March, 2006.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for the Wisconsin School Counselor Association, Wausau, Wisconsin, February, 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Workshop presenter for the Wisconsin School Counselor Association, Wausau, Wisconsin, February, 2006.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for the Annual School Counseling Conference, New York City United Federation of Teachers, New York, NY, February, 2006.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for the Annual School Counseling Conference, New York City United Federation of Teachers, New York, NY, February, 2006.

“School counselors specialists in group work.” Workshop presenter for the American Association of Specialists in Group Work, Mobile, AL, January, 2006.

“What does accountability mean to school counseling?” Keynote presenter at New York School Counselor Association. Rochester, NY. November, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for The Northeast Florida Education Consortium, Gainesville, FL, January, 2006.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for West Virginia School Counselor Association, Flatwoods, WV, November, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Workshop presenter for West Virginia School Counselor Association, Flatwoods, WV, November, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Pre-conference presenter for Georgia School Counselor Association, Augusta, GA, November, 2005.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for Georgia School Counselor Association, Augusta, GA, November, 2005.

“Data driven accountability.” Preconference presenter for Florida Counseling Association, Orlando, Florida, November 2005.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for South Carolina School Counselor Association, Greenville, SC, November, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Pre-conference presenter for South Carolina School Counselor Association, Greenville, SC, November, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for New York State School Counselor Association, Rochester, NY, November, 2005.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Pre-conference presenter for, New York State School Counselor Association, Rochester, NY, November, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Pre-conference presenter for Connecticut School Counselor Association, Hartford, CT, October, 2005.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Keynote presenter for Connecticut School Counselor Association, Hartford, CT, October, 2005.

“Counselor educators and school counselor accountability.” Pre-conference presenter for The Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Pittsburgh, PA, October, 2005.

“Legal and ethical issues for school counselors.” Pre-conference presenter at the New York Guidance Expo, White Plains, NY, October, 2005.

“College admissions counselors negotiating the legal and ethical landscape.” Pre-conference presenter for the National Association of College Admission Counselors, Tampa, FL, September, 2005.

“The ethics of advocacy.” Workshop presenter for the College Board, New Orleans, LA, August, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Invited Keynote presenter for Oregon Department of Education, Portland, OR, August, 2005.

“Negotiating the legal landscape in schools.” Pre-conference workshop for the American School Counseling Association, Orlando, FL, June, 2005.

“School Counselor Accountability: A M.E.A.S.U.R.E. of student success.” Workshop presenter at the Consortium for Social Responsibility and Character Education. Orlando, FL. June, 2005.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for Washington School Counselors Association’s Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, February, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” “Negotiating the legal landscape in schools.” “The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for North Dakota School Counselors Association’s Annual Conference, Bismarck, ND, February, 2005.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for Nevada School Counselors Association’s Annual Conference, Reno, NV, January, 2005.

“School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” “M.E.A.S.U.R.E.” Keynote speaker for North Carolina School Counselors Association’s Annual Conference. Winston-Salem, NC, November, 2004.

“Negotiating the legal landscape in schools.” “School counselor accountability: A MEASURE of student success.” Keynote presenter for South Carolina School Counselors Association’s Annual Conference. Greenville, SC, November, 2004.

“Working with Minors.” Workshop presenter for El Paso School Counselors. El Paso, TX. September, 2004.

“School counselors and accountability: MEASURE of success.” Paper presented at Professional Study Day at the School District of Hillsborough County, Tampa, FL, July, 2004.

“School counselor accountability.” School counselor accountability. Summer Institute at The School
Counseling Center, New York, July, 2004.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Paper presented at the American School Counselor Association’s Annual Conference, Reno, NV, June, 2004

“School counselors delivering equitable programs for every student.” Workshop presenter for the Consortium for Social Responsibility and Character Education, Orlando, FL, June 2004.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for the Florida School Counselors Association Annual Professional Development Day, Tallahassee, FL, May, 2004

“The ethical dilemma.” Keynote for the Westchester-Rockland-Putnam Counseling Association Annual Conference, Westchester, NY, April, 2004.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for the Westchester-Rockland-Putnam Counseling Association Annual Conference, Westchester, NY, April, 2004.
“Building success in school.” Workshop presenter with Carol Dahir at the United Federation of Teachers Chapter Meeting, Brooklyn, NY, April, 2004.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for the World Educators Counselors Network Conference, Old Westbury, NY, March, 2004.

Keynote speaker for the Palm Beach County Superintendent, Principals, and Counselors Annual
Breakfast, West Palm Beach, FL, February, 2004.

“Law and ethics for school guidance personnel.” Workshop presenter for BOCES: Long Island, NY, October, 2003.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for National Education Conference for Counselors and Administrators, Missouri, September, 2003.

“Empowering the school counselor through accountability.” Workshop presenter for the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, Rapid City, SD, August, 2003.

“Accountability: A measure of student success for student service professionals.” Keynote speaker for the Sixth Annual Florida Academic Counseling and Tracking for Students (FACTS) Conference, Orlando, FL, June, 2003.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, June, 2003.

Accountability: Every educator’s imperative. Paper presented at the Education Trust Summer Institute, Las Vegas, NV, June 2003.

“The legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for American Counseling Association Annual Conference, March, 2003.

“Legal and ethical complications in working with minors in schools.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for Wisconsin School Counselor Association Annual Conference, February, 2003.

“School counselors and accountability a MEASURE of success.” Paper presented with Carol Dahir at the Wisconsin School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Stevens Point, WI, February, 2003.

“Legal considerations for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association’s Summit on Legal and Ethical Issues, Pleasanton, CA; Costa Mesa, CA; Old Westbury, NY, February, 2003; Addison, TX, January, 2003.


“Accountability: A MEASURE of success school counselors demonstrating their impact on academic
success.” Workshop presented with Rebecca Schumacher at Florida Counseling Association, Daytona
Beach, FL, November, 2002.

“No child left behind: The school counselor’s role.” Keynote speaker for the New York State School
Counseling Association, New York, October, 2002.

“Leaving no child behind…It’s everyone’s responsibility.” Workshop presenter for Nassau Counselor’s Association Kickoff Meeting, Old Westbury, NY, October, 2002.

“Aspects of working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for the National Educational Conference for Counselors and Administrators, Nashville, TN, September, 2002.

“Making the difference in student achievement.” Paper presented with Carol Dahir at the Second Annual Standards Institute, Rochester, NY, August, 2002.

“Behaving as if you really believe in all children: Connecting school counseling to the mission of schools.” Workshop presenter for the 48th Annual Utah Applied Technology Education Conference, Weber State University: Salt Lake City, UT, July, 2002.

“Establishing a data-driven guidance program.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Miami, FL, June, 2002.

“School counselors establishing a data-driven guidance program.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for the American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Miami, FL, June, 2002.

“The school counselor’s role in the academic success of students.” Paper presented at the Utah State Department Summit on School Counseling, Salt Lake City, UT, April, 2002.

“Legal considerations for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association’s Summit on Legal and Ethical Issues, Atlanta, GA, April, 2002.

“Initiating and maintaining smart record keeping and documentation.” “Legal considerations for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association’s Summit on Legal and Ethical Issues, Boston, March, 2002.

“Transforming school counseling.” “Legal and ethical complications of working with minors in schools.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for American Counselor Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, March 2002.

“The BEACON Financial Aid Program.” Twelfth Annual BEACON Financial Aid Program,
Jacksonville, FL, January, 2002.

“The national school counselor training initiative.” Workshop presenter for the Louisville Kentucky Public Schools, Louisville, KY, December, 2001.

“The national school counselor training initiative.” Workshop presenter for the Louisville Kentucky Public Schools, Louisville, KY, November, 2001.

“The national school counselor training initiative.” Workshop presenter for the Oregon Public Schools, Beaverton, OR, October, 2001.

“School counselors as supporters of academic achievement.” Workshop presenter for the Maine State GEAR UP Program, Bangor, ME, September, 2001.

“The national initiative for transforming school counseling.” Workshop presenter for 100 counselor educators representing 75 universities. Presented with Reese House and Pat Martin, Education Trust members, Brent Snow, Charles Hanson, Pam Paisley, Susan Sears, Rebecca Schumacher, and Peggy Hines, counselor educators representing 6 universities, and Laurel Anderson, Supervisor of Duval County Guidance Services. Atlanta, GA, July 2001.

“Minors in a school setting: Implications for legal and ethical behavior.” New York Institute of Technology Annual School Counselor Conference, Long Island, NY, April, 2001

“Legal considerations for school counselors.” Workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association’s Legal and Ethical Summit, Edison, NJ, March, 2001.

“Legal and ethical issues for working with minors in schools.” Workshop presenter for ASCA Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX. March, 2001.

“The national initiative for transforming school counseling” Workshop presenter for 60 counselor educators representing 25 universities. Presented with Reese House and Pat Martin, Education Trust members, Brent Snow, Charles Hanson, Pam Paisley, Susan Sears, Rebecca Schumacher, and Peggy Hines, counselor educators representing 6 universities, and Laurel Anderson, Supervisor of Duval County Guidance Services. Fort Worth, TX, July 2000.

“Legal and ethical issues in sexual harassment.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Cherry Hill, NJ, June, 2000.

“Preparing counseling students for their role in the 21st century.” Symposium by the National Association
of College Admissions Counseling, American Counseling Association, American School Counselor
Association, and the Education Trust, Washington, DC, April, 2000.

“Sexual harassment in schools: The legal and ethical issues.” Workshop presenter for the Professional Development Workshop for Beaufort/Jasper, South Carolina, Beaufort, SC, February, 2000.

“Legal and ethical issues in working with minors.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for Tennessee School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Memphis, TN, November, 1999.

“Preparing school counselors to be advocates and leaders.” Workshop presented with Laurel Anderson, Supervisor of Guidance, Duval County Public Schools and Robert Turba, Duval County Public School Counselor at The Education Trust Conference, New Orleans, LA, November, 1999.

“Legal and ethical issues in working with minors.” Workshop presenter for the Annual Professional Development Conference for Beaufort/Jasper, South Carolina, Beaufort, SC, October, 1999.

“Selecting and recruiting school counseling students: Increasing diversity.” Presented at the Education Trust Second Annual Meeting for Companion Universities, Denver, CO, September, 1999.

“SOAR: A partnership between Duval County Public Schools and the University of North Florida.” Presented with Laurel Anderson, Supervisor of Guidance, Duval County Public Schools, to the State University Counselor Educators, the Florida Counseling Association Leadership, and Supervisors of Guidance at the FCA Leadership Conference, Daytona, FL, June, 1999.

“Legal and ethical issues in working with minors.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for American School Counselor Association Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ, June, 1999.

“Legal and ethical issues in working with minor clients.” Pre-conference workshop presenter for South Carolina Counseling Association’s 35th Annual Convention, Hilton Head, SC, January, 1999.

“School counselors: Supporters of academic rigor.” Presented with Laurel Anderson, Supervisor of Guidance Services, Duval County Public Schools, Education Trust National Conference, Washington, D.C., November, 1998.

“School counselors: Supporters of academic rigor.” Presented with Laurel Anderson, Supervisor of Guidance Services, Education Trust’s Outreach Program to Twelve Selected Universities on Transforming School Counseling, Atlanta, GA, October, 1998.

“Assessment of learning disabilities.” Ministry of Education, Special Education Unit, Belize, Central
America, April, 1998.

“Identifying and accommodating learning disabled children: I am lovable and capable (IALAC).” Two,
2-day workshops with eighty-four Belizean educators. Belize City and Orange Walk City, Belize,
December, 1997.

“School counselors and the complications of confidentiality.” Workshop presenter for the Florida Counseling Association’s 48th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL, November, 1997.

“Planning for an integrated service model.” Co-presentation with Dr. Madelyn Isaacs, counselor
educator at University of South Florida, Project EFECT State Meeting, Orlando, FL, June, 1997.

“The Gregorc Style Delineator: Assess your management style.” The Eighth National Conference on
College Teaching and Learning, Jacksonville, FL, April, 1997 (invited to repeat a presentation from the
Seventh National Conference on College Teaching and Learning).

“Implementing a developmental guidance program: Overcoming the barriers.” Florida School-To-Work
Conference, Orlando, FL, April, 1996.

“The BEACON Financial Aid Program: Counselors using volunteers to extend their reach.” 1996
Southern Regional Meeting of The College Board, Atlanta, GA, February, 1996.

“Counseling is a team effort: Share the challenge.” Southwest Florida Tech Prep Consortium Conference,
Edison Community College: Fort Myers, FL, January, 1996.

“Counseling is a team effort: Share the challenge.” Southwest Florida Tech Prep Consortium Conference,
Edison Community College: Fort Myers, FL, January, 1996.

“Thriving not just surviving: A high school guidance model that works.” Florida Counseling
Association’s 46th Annual Convention, Orlando, FL, November, 1995.

“Advance graduate address.” University of Florida’s Convocation, Gainesville, FL, August, 1995.
 

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