College of Health and Education, Counseling
Kelly Kaczmarczyk has been a school counselor for 21 years. She started her career in the Inner-City of Philadelphia and moved to Virginia where she has practiced professional school counseling for the past nineteen years. She earned the American School Counselors Association RAMP designation for her school in 2018, was honored with the Prince William Regional Counselors Association (PWRCA) Counselor of the Year award, held various leadership roles in PWRCA, and served on Virginia Counselors Association’s Award and Social Justice Committees. Currently, Ms. Kaczmarczyk is pursuing her doctoral degree in Counseling Education and Supervision and plans on teaching full-time at the university level in the future.
School counselor self-care, school counselor identity, social-emotional education in schools, curriculum design and instruction for school counseling, particularly online, trauma