New Guiding Statement for Bridge Programs
CACREP has developed a new Guiding Statement for programs who allow undergraduate students to take counseling courses prior to completing the bachelor’s degree. Read the Guiding Statement here.
New Assistant Directors Join CACREP Staff
In early Summer, CACREP hired two new Assistant Directors.
India Kea is a Washington, DC native with a background in Business Management and Clinical Mental Health Counseling. When she is not cuddling with her dog, Lady, you can find her working on her latest photography project, checking out a new restaurant or napping in a comforter cocoon.
Shanell Massenburg joined CACREP as an Assistant Director of Accreditation in June 2019. During her short tenure with CACREP, she has had opportunities to learn new information, meet exciting new people, and work with an exceptional team. Before joining CACREP, Shanell worked as an administrator in financial aid at a local university. While working in the exciting world of numbers, she earned her masters degree in Higher Education with a concentration in Student Affairs. Outside of work, she loves to travel, spend time with family, shop, and read a good book.
The 2023 Standards Revision Committee has been chosen
The 2023 Standards Revision Committee will begin work at their first meeting in September 2023. Find out who they are here.
Plymouth State University Conducts Interdisciplinary Trauma Exercise
CACREP is a member of the Health Professions Accreditors Collaborative, which promotes interdisciplinary training in the health professions. The following is an example of a training event that brought together several departments at Plymouth State University. To read more about the exercise click here.