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Two Ways Members Can Contribute to Counseling Today

by User Not Found | May 21, 2009
On a monthly basis, Counseling Today attempts to publish articles that cover a wide variety of issues in the profession and that speak to ACA's diverse membership. But there's no better method for choosing useful content than asking our members -- practitioners, new professionals, students, counselor educators and others -- what topics they would like (or need) to know more about.

On a monthly basis, Counseling Today attempts to publish articles that cover a wide variety of issues in the profession and that speak to ACA's diverse membership. But there's no better method for choosing useful content than asking our members -- practitioners, new professionals, students, counselor educators and others -- what topics they would like (or need) to know more about. Let the Counseling Today staff know what articles you would find particularly useful by e-mailing ct@counseling.org. Please put "CT Story Idea" in the subject line.

An upcoming cover story in Counseling Today is going to take a look at the impact that people's experiences in nature can have on mental health. CT is currently looking for ACA members to interview for this article, so if you have expertise in incorporating the natural world into counseling with clients, e-mail ct@counseling.org and tell us a little about what you do. Please put "Nature and Mental Health" in the subject line.

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Two Ways Members Can Contribute to Counseling Today

by User Not Found | May 21, 2009
On a monthly basis, Counseling Today attempts to publish articles that cover a wide variety of issues in the profession and that speak to ACA's diverse membership. But there's no better method for choosing useful content than asking our members -- practitioners, new professionals, students, counselor educators and others -- what topics they would like (or need) to know more about.

On a monthly basis, Counseling Today attempts to publish articles that cover a wide variety of issues in the profession and that speak to ACA's diverse membership. But there's no better method for choosing useful content than asking our members -- practitioners, new professionals, students, counselor educators and others -- what topics they would like (or need) to know more about. Let the Counseling Today staff know what articles you would find particularly useful by e-mailing ct@counseling.org. Please put "CT Story Idea" in the subject line.

An upcoming cover story in Counseling Today is going to take a look at the impact that people's experiences in nature can have on mental health. CT is currently looking for ACA members to interview for this article, so if you have expertise in incorporating the natural world into counseling with clients, e-mail ct@counseling.org and tell us a little about what you do. Please put "Nature and Mental Health" in the subject line.