Spring Workshop

Secondary School Guidance – College Counselors and Social Workers

March 3 – 5, 2019

Sunday, March 3: Registration 7:00pm
Tuesday, March 5:  Conclusion at 11:00am

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tinton Falls, Eatontown, NJ
700 Hope Road
Eatontown, New Jersey, 07724
732-544-9300


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Registration fee is $250
Registration deadline: February 14, 2019

For questions, concerns, or inquiries, please contact Ms. Kerry Conroy, conroy@fscdena.org

To create meaningful exchanges across ministries, DENA and Chief Administrators will encourage the formation of collaborative efforts among DENA ministries. In support of these exchanges, DENA will facilitate the creation of a database to encourage collaboration and cooperation among our ministries that will encourage the creation of partnerships, learning opportunities and other activities in service with the poor. (DENA Action Item)

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Trauma Informed Schools

Keynote Speaker: Camela M. Hughes, PhD

Dr. Hughes joined LaSalle’s staff in 2012 as the Program Assessment and Effectiveness Research Specialist. Her research interests include evidence based practice, trauma informed care, and the linkages between client characteristics, treatment interventions, and outcomes for youth in treatment. Dr. Hughes actively presents on these topics at regional and national conferences for organizations including the American Association of Children’s Residential Centers and the American Society of Criminology. She represented LaSalle School in the ‘Change in Mind’ brain science cohort sponsored by the national Alliance for Strong Families and Communities.

In addition to her work at LaSalle, Dr. Hughes Visiting Assistant Professor at the College of St. Rose. She also works as a data and outcomes analyst for Ocean Tides in Rhode Island.

Dr. Hughes earned bachelor degrees in Criminal Justice and Spanish at the University of Nevada, Reno, and continued her work in Criminal Justice at the UAlbany’s School of Criminal Justice. She was introduced to LaSalle through her graduate work with the University’s Service Outcomes Action Research (SOAR), a project designed to aid LaSalle in the development and testing of a theory of change to help determine what methods work best with which clients. She is now a co-principle investigator on the SOAR project.

NETWORKING
A key dimension of the Spring Workshop so time will be provided for conversation and personal professional sharing.

Past Spring Workshops

2017 Lasallian Schools: Communities of Welcome, Learning and Encounter
2016
Latino Enquentro
2016 Special: Mission Driven Athletics (Higher Ed and Secondary Schools)
2015 Ministry Communication Directors
2014 Secondary School Athletic Directors
2013 School Admission and Enrollment Directors