Protecting Professional Counselor Identity in the Counseling Compact
This second webinar will help counselors understand key elements of the Counseling Compact; the impact of the Counseling Compact upon counseling practice, training and supervision; and the importance of protecting professional counselor identity as the Compact is enacted. Attendees will have opportunities to dialogue with presenters in small groups following the presentation. As with the first webinar, this webinar will focus on the need for counselor advocacy to protect the public and to promote a strong Counselor Professional Identity while simultaneously supporting the privilege to practice.
CACREP Quality Assurance in Digital Delivery
The COVID-19 pandemic forced counseling programs to rapidly pivot to digitally deliver their programs. Now many seek to make permanent these temporary changes. CACREP is ensuring accredited programs have a common, shared understanding of digital delivery while identifying key components required in providing ethically and pedagogically-sound digitally delivered programs.
Advocacy for Protecting Counselor Professional Identity in the Counseling Compact
License portability is a necessity for professional practice in our highly mobile society. This webinar focuses on the need for counselor advocacy to protect the public and to promote a strong Counselor Professional Identity while simultaneously supporting the privilege to practice.
Writing a self-study to the intersection of CACREP, ASCA SPA, and CAEP Standards
If you are a CACREP-accredited School Counseling program and are required by your institution or by the state to also be CAEP-accredited, hear from CACREP and CAEP leaders from two institutions on their processes for Writing a Self-Study to the Intersection of CACREP, ASCA SPA, and CAEP Standards.
The Journey to 60: School Counselor Education Programs Transition
A 5-person panel of faculty from school counselor education programs shared their experiences in successfully navigating curricula modifications, institutional-level requirements and challenges, and the benefits of these changes to their programs and students in making the transition to 60 credits.
Emerging Expectations for Mental Health Counselor Preparation Webinar
A panel of expert presenters will share the changing realities of preparing new professionals for entry into the mental health counseling field. An intern, a counselor educator, an agency clinical training coordinator, and an on-site supervisor will share experiences, challenges, and strategies that they have found helpful in navigating the new realities of physical safety, technology-mediated service delivery, and distance supervision brought on by the pandemic.