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Teresa Southworth

206 Birch Street Piketon, OH 45661

Phone: 740-289-3254 (Home)
740-708-6625 (Cell)


Provisionally-licensed Professional School Counselor with a strong background in

education, educational technology, mathematics, science and reading.
Dedicated to student achievement and passionate regarding social justice advocacy.
Strong communication, leadership and organization skills.
Background in RTI, IEP, 504s and Differentiated Instruction.
Devoted to continual professional development.


M.ED., School Counseling, Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA., GPA 3.78

M.ED., Educational Technology, University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande, OH., GPA
B.S., Natural Science with Applied Mathematics/Elementary Education,
Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH., GPA 3.41
Child Abuse Recognition and Intervention Training
First Aid Certified
CPR/AED Certified
B - Level Assessment Qualification


Advanced Educational Psychology

Understanding Educational Research and Assessment
Curriculum Development
Counselor Professional Identity, Function, Ethics
Social and Cultural Foundations in Counseling
Counseling Techniques and Helping Relationship
Theories of Counseling
Structured Groups
Child and Adolescent Counseling in the Schools
School Counseling Program Development and Evaluation
Educational Assessment and Intervention
Exploring Multimedia
Literacy in Technology
Exploring Web Management
Handle With Care


School Counseling Intern, Eastern Local School District, Beaver, OH

Supported K-12th grade students with academic and social/emotional concerns
through Solution-Focused individual, group counseling, and classroom guidance
Provided consultations to parents, teachers, support personnel and school
administrators as needed
Responsible for developing student academic course schedules
Participated in the IEP process with parents, teachers and school administrators
Guided students through the development of educational, personal, social, and
career paths
Aligned standards-based school counseling projects to improve student academic
Participated in, coordinated and conducted activities that contributed to the effective
operation of the counseling program and school educational system
Contributed in professional counselor and faculty meetings
Assisted with state testing and assessment procedures
Developed action plans for individual students

In-Residence Intensives

Conducted structured small group and individual counseling sessions

Designed a comprehensive school counseling program including an evaluation plan
Demonstrated knowledge of counseling theories and methods with diverse
Designed and implemented prevention and intervention activities that promoted
student learning
Provided ethical and multicultural sensitive counseling and assessment to promote
academic, career, and personal/social development of students
Utilized assessment information to design needs driven and research-supported
programs to promote academic development and to close the achievement gap
among students
Developed an Elementary Individual Case Conceptualization & Treatment Plan, a
Middle School Individual Student Planning Session, and a High School System Support
Examined, administered, and interpreted educational assessment materials
Formulated intervention strategies based on assessments to enhance the success of
all learners


K-12 Classroom Guidance Lesson: Texting and Driving Co-Presenter, Liberty

University, Lynchburg, VA (June, 2014)
TOAL-4: Test of Adolescent & Adult Language 4th Edition Co-Presenter, Liberty
University, Lynchburg, VA (June, 2014)


Recipient, Whos Who Among Americas Teachers, 2005 & 2006

Recipient, Heart for Art Literacy Thinking and Writing Grant; Pilot Program in
correlation with the University of Rio Grande
Recipient, Mathematics Scholarship Shawnee State University
Presidents List
Deans List


ASCA (American School Counseling Association)

OSCA (Ohio School Counselor Association)


Career Day Committee LPDC Committee Community

Read Across America Ohio School Net Grant
Writing Committee