Current events school counseling roundtable
Thursday May 26, 2022 7:00pm
Facilitated by: Violeta A. Murrietta, Dr. Stephanie Smith-Durkin, & Dr. Delila Owens
Join us for a digital roundtable discussion on current events in school counseling such as prohibiting the teaching of divisive concepts, book bans, gender and sexuality education and more!
CSJ Digital events @ aca conference 2022
If you are unable to join us in-person at ACA Conference, please joins us digitally for our Membership Meeting & Town Hall at ACA 2022 Conference via Zoom:
Same Zoom link for both events, 1 hour break in between.
Why is critical race theory critical and where do counseling professionals go from here?
Friday, March 25th, 2022 @ 7:00pm EST
Presented by: Brooks Collins-Gaines, Dr. Richard Garvin, Dr. Fawn Gordon, Dr. Megan Seaman
Racism is a polarizing social and political topic in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2021), “racism is a system – consisting of structures, polices, practices, and norms – that assigns value and determines opportunity based on the way people look or the color of their skin.” This system unjustly gives a group of people privilege, while oppressing other groups. Due to the normalized nature of racism and overt/covert prejudice the discussion of CRT is necessary for counseling professionals. Participants will learn about the history of CRT and how it has become more relevant in the counseling profession. Participants will engage in discussions related to their own experiences with racism. The presentation will conclude with participants outlining how the learned competencies and knowledge of CRT can be implemented into their own practice.
Participants are eligible for 1 CE hour through NBCC
CSJ Spring TOWN Hall
Our next town hall is scheduled for March 10th at 6pm CST/7pm EST! Join us to meet with fellow CSJ members, connect with other chapters, learn how to start your own chapter, and discover new ways to get involved with CSJ!
Exploring and Overcoming Imposter's Syndrome Among counselors of Color
Wednesday, February 23rd @ 8:00pm EST
Presented by: Frank Gorritz
This workshop will accomplish the following learning objectives:
1. Assist attendees in identifying signs of Imposter’s Syndrome among counselors in the counseling field.
2. Educate attendees on the impacts of Imposter’s Syndrome on counselors of color in the counseling field.
3. Educate attendees on strategies that can empower counselors of color in navigating Imposter’s Syndrome and minority stress in the counseling field.
Wednesday, February 24th at 7 PM EST
Interested in CSJ chapters? Join us for tips and success stories from our CSJ University and State Chapters! We will share recommendations and resources for starting, developing, and maintaining a CSJ chapter. We will answer questions for those interested in starting a chapter and those with already established chapters. We look forward to learning more about chapters and the ways in which we can support the growth of social justice counseling in local communities.
I need a minute: A Time for Collective
Saturdays for Social Justice with CSJ 2021
CSJ Events at the ACA 2021 Virtual Conference Experience
April 3, April 10, AND April 17 from 12-4pm EST
Theme: Reigniting Hope, Healing, and Community
Join CSJ for our conference events during the ACA 2021 Virtual Conference Experience! CSJ is hosting virtual spaces for hope, healing, and community. We look forward to seeing you on Zoom! Register in advance for our conference events. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the login information. Please email any questions to our CSJ Conference Chair Frannie Neal
For more information, please visit our Conference Website