The ACES Webinar Series is back with all new offerings! Check out below to register! Be sure to act fast as each presentation is limited to 200 attendees. CEs are offered for each presentation.
Join Us on Monday, November 30th 2020 from 1:00 PM EST – 2:30 PM EST for Thinking through Antiracist Pedagogy: A Practical Approach (1.5 NBCC CEs)
Presented by Dr. Hasmik Chakaryan
Dr. Chakaryan is an Associate Professor and the clinical director of the Department of Professional Counseling at Webster University. She has obtained her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of Toledo in 2013. In addition to teaching and supervising, Dr. Chakaryan’s career greatly focuses on social justice advocacy. Her research has focused on cultural competency of mental health professionals within clinical work, teaching and supervision, and internationalizing clinical counseling for the past 10 years. Additionally, Dr. Chakaryan’s research and clinical work have centralized around underrepresented populations, specifically victims and survivors of sexual assault, rape, intimate partner violence, as well as refugees and immigrants.
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Join us on Monday, December 7th 2020 from 1:00 PM EST – 2:30 PM EST for Telemental Health Counseling: Ethical and Legal Considerations for Professional Counselors (1.5 NBCC CEs)
Presented by Dr. Nicole Stargell
Nicole A. Stargell, PhD, LCMHCA, NCC, BC-TMH is an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling. She serves as the Field Placement Coordinator for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program and is the Department of Counseling Testing Coordinator. She is the Chapter Faculty Advisor of the Phi Sigma Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota. Dr. Stargell is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and Licensed School Counselor, as well as a National Certified Counselor. Her specialty is counseling children and adolescents, and she also works with grief and loss issues.
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Join us on Friday, December 11th 2020 from 1:00 PM EST – 2:30 PM EST for Tele-Supervision During COVID-19: Challenges and Opportunities (1.5 NBCC CEs)
Presented by Dr. Elvita Kondili
Elvita Kondili teaches the counseling practicum, research methods, multicultural counseling, ethical and legal issues in counseling, and program development. Her clinical experience includes 18 years in Massachusetts, North Carolina and Michigan in various treatment settings including telehealth. She is passionate about helping new counselors build a strong foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare them for a competent, ethical and culturally humble practice in the real world. Kondili’s main area of research is understanding and promoting social and cultural capital for refugees through a multisystem, cultural and socio-political framework. Recently, Kondili is interested in exploring ways to promote cultural and intellectual humility in counselors-in-training.
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