Guidance Counselor Resume

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JOAN BAILEY
120 N RIVER ST – JANESVILLE, WI 53548
201 777 7777 -JOANBAILEY@INTERNET.COM

SCHOOL GUIDANCE COUNSELOR

Dedicated elementary, middle and high school guidance counselor, skilled at providing positive direction for students’ academic, social, and emotional well-being. Work effectively with children with ADHD and with multicultural and diverse populations. Counseling Skills include:
Guidance Curriculum Classroom Guidance Lessons; Career Awareness; Conflict Resolution/Social
Skills; Developmental Awareness
Individual Planning: Student Assessments; Student Placement & Scheduling; New Student
Transition; Academic & Career Advisement
Responsive Services: Mental Health; Family & Teacher Consulting; Crisis Intervention & Grief
Management; Psycho-Educational Support Groups
Systems Support. Program Evaluation; Program Development & Coordination; Needs Assessment; Committee Participation

EDUCATION/ CERTIFICATION

MA, School Counseling, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, Madison, WI
MA, Teaching, LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE, Madison, WI
BA, Teaching – Social Studies/French, UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, Madison, WI

Certified – Counseling – K-12 – State of Wisconsin
Certified – Social Studies & French – grades 7-12 – State of Wisconsin
Certified- LLPC- State of Wisconsin

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ALBANY ELEMENTRY SCHOOL, Albany, WI 2010 – 2011
SCHOOL COUNSELOR

Provide individual and small-group counseling sessions and large-group counseling presentations within classroom and guidance office environments for a school with 500 students. Participate in parent/teacher meetings to discuss and develop emotional and behavioral strategies for students with physical, mental, and emotional challenges.
• Developed 45-minute Bully-Proofing classes and presented them to each of 30 classes in the building
• Wrote a monthly article for the school newsletter on a topic of relevance
• Facilitated students participating in the Midwest talent search for the Gifted & Talented program
• Held orientation for new students and their parents, providing them with a schedule of classes andshowing them around the building
• Created 30-minute Career Awareness/Exploration sessions so students would become exposed to various career options. Organized a Career Day; arranging for 40 speaker’s in various fields to talk with the students about their profession
• Facilitated support groups dealing with social and coping skills, and conducted needs assessment and program evaluation with staff and students
• Designed a survey for students and teachers to evaluate the guidance program
• Hung a display of bully-proofing pledges in the shape of the American flag, with children earning hearts instead of stars for “acts of kindness ”

• Participated as a team member for the School Improvement Team (SCIT)
• Performed Title I coordinator duties, planning and organizing initial structuremailings, assigning students to teachers, adhering to budgets, and scheduling classes

CRAIG HIGH SCHOOLS, Janesville, WI 2008-2010
GUEST TEACHER

Substituted in the middle school and high school, teaching most subjects, including special ed..Immediately tried to develop a rapport with students and engage in discussion of relevant topics Facilitated the discussion to steer towards daily lesson plan. Discussion and debate kept students centered, entertained, and open to learning.
• Given long-term teaching assignment for’ students with disabilities. Taught math, science and social studies in grades 6 – 8 for a full semester. There were 5-10 students in each of four classes, ages 11 -13 – many students had ADHD. Wrote lesson plans, graded assignments and consulted with parents

SAVANNA OAKS MIDDLE SCHOOL, Fitchburg, WI
FRENCH & SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER 2001-2008

Taught five classes each day, with each class having between 30 – 35 students, engaging their curiosity and research abilities in structured classroom activities. Provided lectures, notes, study guides and projects for courses in American History, Government, Economics, World Geography, Global Issues,and French.
• Devised an effective structure for parent Communication
• Gathered resources as supplemental materials to be used in conjunction with assigned texts to givestudents a richer experience
• Assigned different subjects each year, showed flexibility in providing first-rate learning experience for each subject
• Developed a system to track work and assignments while moving to different rooms for each class period
• Provided students with practical experience, such as making menus and calendars in French
• Member of School Improvement team and on the committee to improve student self-esteem

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

•American Counseling Association •American School Counselor Association
• Wisconsin Counseling Association • Wisconsin School Counselor Association

RECENT CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

Launching Career Awareness – University of Wisconsin
Legal Issues for School Counselors – Dane County Counselors Association
Counseling Groups in Crisis – Wisconsin Association of Specialists in Group Work
A.D.H.D in the New Millennium–University of Wisconsin
Bully-Proofing Your School–University of Wisconsin
The Human Spirit & Technology- Wisconsin Counseling Association
Understanding Attachment Disorders -Medical Educational Service
Grief Counseling Skills – Cross County University

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