Welcome To Aces
The Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) is the premier organization dedicated to quality education and supervision of counselors in all work settings.
Counselor Education & Supervision (CES) publishes articles on research, theory development, and program applications with essential information for the preparation and supervision of counselors in various settings.
Award & Grants
Dedicated location for current and upcoming award and grant opportunities that recognize, promote, and highlight the outstanding work of our members.
The Best Practices in Clinical Supervision are a helpful guide for supervisors during challenging times. This webinar will highlight strategies for delivering effective feedback in culturally-responsive supervision. Ethical considerations and opportunities for advocacy in multiple settings will also be explored.
Do you train school counselors? If so, how are you preparing them to work in the changing landscape of education in the United States? Are they prepared to have difficult conversations with students, teachers, administrators and parents?
Higher education is experiencing a seismic shift to digital delivery of programs, which means it is also a paradigm shift for counselor education. Counseling programs are now seeking to make permanent their pandemic-triggered pivot to digitally delivery of their programs. With the dramatic accelerated move to digital delivery of all programs in counselor education and the impact on program quality assurance, CACREP is providing guidance to programs about quality assurance expectations and paving the path towards future required reporting.
This webinar centers on the supervision of Asian international counseling students. The presenter will first introduce the central values and principles that are salient in Asian international counseling students from Confucianism-influenced cultures. Next, the presenter will contextualize the supervision needs of Asian international counseling students at the intersectionality of culture, language, race/ethnicity, and age. Finally, the presenter will demonstrate the application of one of the supervision models—the integrative developmental model (IDM)—to supervising Asian international counseling students.
For years, social justice and advocacy has been in the fine print of the counseling profession. Influenced by sociopolitical climate, the counselor’s work has expanded from an individual focus to understanding and engaging systemic issues that might affect clients’ welfare. This webinar will highlight the importance of supervision that hinges upon a social justice and advocacy framework and offer strategies for implementation.
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ACES members are counselors, supervisors, graduate students, and faculty members who strive to improve the education and supervision of counselors in training and in practice. ACES and the regional associations host conferences to highlight research and best practices in supervision and in the training of counselors.
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