Youth Empowerment Through Self-Advocacy
Below you can access the webinar. This webinar features a pre-recorded presentation, supplemental worksheets and handouts, as well as a competency quiz and survey.
Completion of the quiz with a score of 4 out of 5, and completion of the survey are required to receive your certificate.
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Astramovich, R., & Harris, K. (2007). Promoting self-advocacy among minority students in school counseling. Journal Of Counseling And Development, 85(3), 269-276.