Message of Solidarity In response to the current attacks on school counselors and school counselor educators, it is important that the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) publicly state that the organization stands behind the mission and work of counselor educators
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Submit Proposal ACES Graduate Student Grants Announced The call for proposals is now open for funding to support research studies led by graduate students. Grants not to exceed $1000 are awarded to those who meet the criteria and whose research is on
Register Here ACES Supervision Interest Network to Host Webinar The Family Institute at Northwestern University is pleased to present this workshop. We are very grateful to the ACES Supervision Interest Network for their assistance with this event. Handmaid’s Tale of Supervision: Addressing
Start an application ACES Diversity Region Conference Scholarships The Association of Counselor Education and Supervision offers scholarships to increase access for diverse student and new professional members who might not otherwise be able to attend an ACES Region Conference. Awards are based
Submit Proposal ACES 2022 Research Grant: Call For Porposals Online Submission Purpose The purpose of this call for proposals is to fund studies that increase understanding of professional development in Counselor Education and Supervision. Grants up to $3,000 are awarded to those
Awards Nominations now closed ACES 2022 Call for Awards As a matter of official policy, ACES has adopted Guidelines and Procedures for regularly recognizing and honoring accomplishments and contributions to the Association and to the counseling profession. Awards will be announced in Fall 2022. Nomination packets MUST
Unified Statement on Anti-LGBTGEQIAP+ Legislation As of March 11, 2022, more than 150 pieces of legislation targeting queer and trans people have been introduced in state legislatures across the country (ACLU, 2022). Just four months in, this has already been a watershed
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.