North Atlantic Region

The North Atlantic Region, a region of the American Counseling Association, represents professional counselors who live and practice in the north atlantic part of the US, as well as the District of Columbia, Europe, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.

There are 10 states in the North Atlantic Region: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. ACA members who reside in any of these jurisdictions and belong to the ACA automatically belong to the ACA North Atlantic Region.

2014-2015 Leadership

North Atlantic Region Chair
John Yasenchak
yasenchakj@Husson.edu

North Atlantic Region Chair-Elect
Karla Troesser
ktroesser@hotmail.com

North Atlantic Region Past Chair
Summer M. Reiner
sreiner@brockport.edu

Governing Council Representative
Terry Mitchell
tmitchell@breweredu.org 

 

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ACA's 49th President, Dr. Judy Lewis, Passes Away

by Amber McLaughlin | Mar 21, 2014
Dr. Lewis was a vociferous advocate for social justice and worked hard to shape and protect the important role that professional counselors play in helping clients and students enjoy a more fulfilling life. Many in the field owe her a debt of gratitude for her passion, her unwavering dedication, and her life-long commitment to the counseling profession.

Dr. Lewis was a professor at Governors State University until her retirement in 2008. She was president of ACA from 2000-2001, as well as Chair of an ACA task force charged with developing the ACA Advocacy Competencies. She co-edited ACA Advocacy Competencies: A Social Justice Framework for Counselors, which was published by ACA to help counselors apply the advocacy competencies across settings and specialties.

Her other books related to counseling and advocacy include Community Counseling: A Multicultural-Social Justice Perspective, Management of Human Service Programs and Substance Abuse Counseling.

After her retirement, Dr. Lewis spent her time in volunteer work focused on community organizing and social justice.

A memorial will be held on April 11 at 10 a.m. at the First Unitarian Society of Chicago in Hyde Park.