Saturday, February 22, 2014
Have you ever known, seen, or been a victim of abuse? Have you ever kept quiet, just so that you could protect the person who is abusing you? Have you ever been the silent bystander? Chances are that many of us can say yes to at least one of these questions. Today UNCP is asking you to join us and other college campuses as we begin our Red Flag Campaign, speaking out and bringing awareness to dating violence. Continue reading
Addiction Professionals of North Carolina continues to support students studying to become substance abuse professionals by offering ten student scholarships to each of our annual conferences. Attached is an invitation and application for the October 2013 conference. Please note the turn around time is rather short…we must receive all applications by noon, Wednesday, September 11.
Please consider submitting short articles, personal reflections on counseling or counseling related topics, pictures of you or other NCCA members, division news, best practices, or any other items you would like to share with members of our association for inclusion in the upcoming fall edition of the Carolina Counselor. Suggestions for submission to specific newsletter sections are listed below with the corresponding email for the editor of that section. Not sure what section your submission would fall under? Just email your submission to Katie Kelly, the newsletter editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions is September 23, 2013. Continue reading
For any of our students interested in counseling those serving in the military and their families, please check out this article from Counseling Today.
Please join us for the last UNCP Counseling Programs Professional Development Academy workshop of the 2012-13 academic year. See info below:
“The Path to Licensure: Counseling Credentials Explained:
Monday, April 8, 2013
Room 223 Education Building
LPC? NCC? LSC? LCAS? Confused? Licensure and certification in mental health and school counseling can be a complex process to undergo. This workshop will explain the paths to licensure in the counseling field and the difference between state and national credentials. You will leave with a clear understanding of how to start and complete the process.
Mark Schwarze, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, LCAS, CCS