ACA Multicultural and Social Justice Competencies Webinar on July 24th at 11 a.m. EST
*If you plan to attend the webinar mentioned below, please let us know via email at email@example.com by Saturday (7/22/17) so we can get an idea of how many plan to participate. The zoom meeting allows for 50 attendees. Thank you.*
Counselors for Social Justice is excited to announce the second webinar in an ongoing series focused on providing important social justice information and support to our membership and the communities we serve. Members can earn 1 CEU by attending the webinar.
As such, we are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting that will facilitate this webinar. You do not need a zoom account to access the zoom meeting or need to download any software, just click on the access link at the time of the meeting.
Below you will find the webinar description along with the zoom meeting link to join on 7/24 at 11 a.m. (ET)
Description: In this presentation, we will provide an overview of the new 2016 ACA Multicultural and Social Justice Competencies. We will explore the crucial additions to this document that help guide us in our roles as social justice counselors. Additionally, we will provide a case study involving an Argentinian Jew to demonstrate how to apply these competencies in counseling practice.
Presenter Bio: Anna Flores Locke, MA, LPC is the president-elect for the Counselors for Social Justice division of the American Counseling Association, and has served as the first elected graduate student representative on the governing council of ACA. She is also a doctoral candidate in counselor education at Montclair State University.
Anna owns a private practice and offers clinical mental health counseling services to children and adults. She has more than 10 years of experience practicing as a community mental health counselor and supervisor in Chicago and New Jersey.
From the President of CSJ…
We are still in need of social justice minded folks to run for office in CSJ. The requirement for the president elect position is that you have been a member of the board or chair of a major committee. The requirement for the retired/limited means position is that you be retired or of limited means.
Serving on the CSJ board has been one of the pleasures of my professional life. We are a collegial group of people, very supportive of each other and committed to social justice and social justice within the counseling profession.
Please consider joining us.
You may back channel me if you are interested. My contact information is below.
Greetings CSJ Community!
On June 29th, CSJ held its first webinar in an ongoing series focused on providing social justice information and support to our membership and the communities we serve.
Dr. Selma de Leon-Yznaga presented on the topic of policy changes and legislation related to immigration. Below is her PowerPoint presentation in PDF, and CSJ will soon post the video.
Thank you to those who were able to attend and for your feedback about the webinar.
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Hello CSJ members!
We currently seeking a co-editor for our newsletter. The newsletter is put out quarterly and distributed electronically to our members. We have one member who has graciously volunteered to serve already, and we need one additional person to serve as co-editor. The typical term is three years and the CSJ Board is ready to lend lots of support in the process. If you are interested and/or want to learn more about the position, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org. We also want to thank our outgoing editor, Shannon Ng, who has done a wonderful job, along with the graphic design expertise of Ghil Onyou Hong.
Rachael D. Goodman, PhD, LPC
President Elect (2016-2017), Counselors for Social Justice
Associate Professor, George Mason University
CSJ is a Division of the American Counseling Association
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