Standards Revision Committee 2023
Standards Revision Committee News
Draft 4, the final public draft, has been released and is available below.
The Standards Revision Committee
The CACREP Board of Directors appointed the following six-member 2023 CACREP Standards Revisions Committee:
Dana Heller Levitt, Chair
Charge #1: The SRC is directed to examine all aspects of the CACREP Standards.
Charge #2: Issues that the Board requests the SRC to examine are:
a) Professional identity of programs and faculty (e.g., faculty with specialties/degrees outside of counselor education).
b) Infuse disability concepts into the eight core curricular areas in Section 2
c) Evaluate and review standards comparing core vs. specialty area standards.
d) Review and revise standards with consideration of their applicability to all types of programs and delivery methods.
e) Evaluate and review doctoral counselor education and supervision standards, including consideration of specializations within doctoral programs.
f) Review and develop standards related to the site placement process, as well as relevancy and quality of field experiences.
g) Review and fine-tune Section 4.
h) Review and revise standards related to FTEs.
Charge #3: Feedback is sought on drafts from a broadly defined constituency that includes programs, faculty, students, practitioners, counseling consumers, state counseling boards, and higher education administrators.
CACREP recognizes that the standards revision process occurs over a number of years and only the SRC members have full access to the feedback from multiple constituencies; therefore, the Board will not introduce any significant changes to the work completed by the SRC at the final adoption meeting without due process.