Connecticut School Counselor Association

Promoting Excellence in School Counseling since 1963

Position Statements

The American School Counselor Association Position Statements cover a wide range of topics, and describe the rationale for school counseling program interventions in each of these areas. The ASCA Position Statements are a valuable reference for school counselors, parents, teachers, administrators, community members, and the press.

These position statements are updated annually at the ASCA delegate assembly, a gathering of representatives from each of the state school counseling associations.

Currently, Connecticut sends three school counselor leaders to the annual delegate assembly held in conjunction with the ASCA Annual Conference.


CSCA Position on Undocumented Children & Their Families

The Connecticut School Counselor Association is in agreement with the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), The American Counseling Association (ACA) and the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) that the current administration’s policy of separating children and families is morally and ethically wrong and is psychologically damaging. These children are in need of compassion, care and support and therefore we would call upon the administration to end this current policy and for Congress to act. Please read the American School Counselor Association’s statement, that CSCA is in full support of, HERE.

Contact Information:

Address: P.O. Box 4635, Wallingford, CT 06492 ATTN: Michelle Catucci, CSCA Executive Director 

Voicemail: 203-699-6320

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