Southern Region

Welcome to the Southern Region website!  Southern Region, one of four regions in the American Counseling Association, serves over 20,000 ACA members who live and work in the southern region of the United States and in Latin America. All ACA members living within this region are members of the Southern Region.

Branches served by Southern Region include:  Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Latin America, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia

2014-2015 Leadership

Southern Region Chair
TBD

Southern Region Chair-Elect
Shon D. Smith
shosmith@argosy.edu

Southern Region Past Chair
Julia Porter
JPorter@meridian.msstate.edu

Governing Council Representative
Melanie J. Drake Wallace
mwallace@jsu.edu

 

 

Reports

ACA-SR Governing Council's Representative's Report

Governing Council
March 20-21, 2012
San Francisco, CA

ACA-SR 20/20 Representative's Report(s)

20-20 A Vision for the Future of Counseling Committee
ACA-SR Delegate Report 3-24-12
ACA Conference, San Francisco

20/20: A Vision for the Future of Counseling
Delegates Meeting
1:00pm - 4:00pm
March 22, 2012
San Francisco, California

Governance

Operating Procedures
Updated March 2012

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Latest News

ACA in the News: Preventing School Violence

by Ashwini Yelamanchili | Apr 11, 2014
After the tragic stabbings at Franklin Regional Senior High School, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette focused on finding solutions to end violence in our schools, and mental health was a key factor in their coverage. ACA president, Dr. Cirecie West-Olatunji, was interviewed,.
"Dr. West-Olatunji agreed that more training and consultation with mental health professions is needed for classroom teachers. In addition, she said, counselors, social workers and school psychologists should be given time to walk the halls of schools and develop relationships with students and their families."

Read the the full article here.