Pennsylvania School Counselor Association Conference

"Imprisoned Spirits" presentation at PSCA (L to R: Dr. Bill McHenry, Clare Kenny, Natasha Nayduch, Danielle Conrad and Dr. Marcy Douglass)

At the Pennsylvania School Counseling Association (PSCA) Conference, my professors, fellow school counseling colleagues, and I presented our work with children of incarcerated parents. Our session was titled "Imprisoned Spirits: Leading Change in Helping Students with Incarcerated Parents." We had a great turn out. I was excited by people's interest in our topic and their willingness to work with children of incarcerated parents.

My groups of children of incarcerated parents are coming to an end this coming week. We have our last session on Monday and our party on Friday. The students are so excited about the party on Friday, but are sad for the groups to end.

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