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Dr. Sandra Logan-McKibben, a Florida School Counselor Association (FSCA) advocate, takes her responsibility to support the work of practicing and incoming school counselors seriously.

She recently sat down with the 2018-2019 FSCA Emerging leader to discuss how she can use her role in the community to impact school counselors in the district, changes that can be made, how school counselors can advocate, what the future looks like in the field and beyond.

Logan-McKibben, an assistant professor and Counselor Education Program Director, has been in a position to be transparent in sharing information with her students and colleagues.

How school counselors are trained has evolved in the last ten to fifteen years. According to Logan-McKibben: “practicing professionals in the field of school counseling already work hard enough, therefore, we must all focus on working smarter as we move forward. This includes considering ways that we can expand our efforts in building efficiency in our roles, while utilizing evidence-based practices.”

See the full question and answer interview here.