Colorado School Counselor Association

Promoting Excellence in Professional School Counseling

Forgot your Password?
  • Celebrating Brooke Morgan Mauro
    Colorado School Counselor of the Year


  • Find a job.  Post a job.

CSCA is pleased to announce Brooke Morgan Mauro as our Colorado School Counselor of the Year!
Read the Press Release Here

Brooke Morgan Mauro

We are excited for Brooke to represent our state and compete for recognition as ASCA's National School Counselor of the Year


View Calendar

The Colorado School Counselor Association represents school counselors at all levels in Colorado. Its purpose is to serve its members and the public through programs that advance guidance and counseling in all school work settings: elementary, middle/junior high, high school, and post-secondary.
CSCA serves over 1,500 school counselors in the state of Colorado.


Attention Elementary and Middle School Counselors:
CSCA requests your support for Sheina Godovich, a doctoral candidate at The Catholic University of America conducting a study with Dr. Brendan Rich. They hope to understand how school mental health providers use information from different sources to think about and use interventions. They are specifically looking for participation from individuals who provide mental health services to elementary or middle school students. The results of this study will help improve the process of establishing useful mental health interventions in schools.

The survey takes about 20-30 minutes to complete and is entirely anonymous. Your participation is also completely voluntary, and you are free to stop participating at any time. Your help is greatly appreciated! To begin the survey, please click on this link:

This study is being conducted as part of dissertation research and has been approved by the Institutional Review Board at The Catholic University of America. If you have any questions or comments about the study, please contact Ms. Godovich at or Dr. Rich at

Coronavirus Update

Latest COVID-19 Resources and Information from CDE can be found at: