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Unified Statement on Anti-LGBTGEQIAP+ Legislation

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

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Webinar

The Future of Digital Learning in Counselor Ed

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.

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Supervising Asian International Counseling Students

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.

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Webinar

Supervision that Prepares Social Justice Counseling Advocates

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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Graduate Students

ACES Graduate Student Research Award

Apply Today! ACES Graduate Student Research Award Call For Proposals / Spring 2022 Purpose The purpose for this call for proposals is to fund research studies led by graduate students. Grants not to exceed $1000 are awarded to those who meet the

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ACES Teaching Practice Briefs

Call For ACES Teaching Practice Briefs Editorial Board Members ACES is proud to launch its Teaching Practice Briefs (TPB) initiative in 2022. TPBs are concise summaries of practical guides that describe pertinent topics in teaching and learning for counselor education classrooms. TPBs

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Announcement

ACES Statement

ACES Statement Drafted by the ACES Human Rights and Social Justice Committee under the leadership of Dr. Harvey Peters We, the community of professional counselors, counselor educators, and supervisors, must be aware and active in influencing the evolving social, cultural, and political

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Webinar

Clinical Supervision: Building the Working Alliance

Register Today ACES Supervision Committee is proud to present Clinical Supervision: Building the Working Alliance March 25, 2022 / 1-2pm EST 1 NBCC Approved Contact Hour Presented by Sherdene Simpson, Ph.D., LMFT,LPCC-S, CHT and R. Joseph Charette II, PhD, LPC, NCC What

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Culturally Responsive Strategies

Register Today Sponsored by the ACES Supervision Interest Network Culturally Responsive Strategies: Cultural Humility and Broaching in Clinical Supervision March 18, 2022 / 1-2pm EST 1 NBCC Approved Contact Hour Presented by Dr. Connie T. Jones A strong supervisory relationship is linked

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