As we approach Counseling Awareness Month (April), we are very pleased to promote our ACA member benefit -- the ACA member logo, which you can use on your business cards, stationery, your website, in private practice brochures, and in many other ways.
As we approach Counseling Awareness Month (April), we are very pleased to promote our ACA member benefit -- the ACA member logo, which you can use on your business cards, stationery, your website, in private practice brochures, and in many other ways. Displaying the ACA Member Logo demonstrates your commitment to the profession and its Code of Ethics.
Developed in response to requests from Professional members, the Member Logo is available only to those whose membership type is "Professional" or "New Professional." In addition, Retiree members whose previous membership type had been "Professional" also may use the Member Logo.
Those in the Student or Regular membership categories are not eligible to use the Member Logo. All members, however, may use the words "ACA Member" or "Member of ACA" on their cards, websites, and brochures without the logo.
The logo graphic files are available for free download on the ACA website for those meeting the criteria. Upon logging in, those in the "Professional" or "New Professional" category will be able to scroll down to the bottom of the orange box (see graphic on right) to "New Member Benefit: Member Logos are now available for download here."
The Member Logo can only be used by individuals whose membership is current. Please take this into consideration when ordering printed materials. If you do not renew your membership, once it lapses, you must destroy any printed materials that contain the ACA Member Logo and remove it from any electronic sources such as websites.
We would appreciate your feedback. Send any questions or comments to MemberLogo@counseling.org.
We hope that you find this member benefit useful as a way to convey your affiliation with the largest nonprofit association in the world dedicated to professional counseling!
Richard Yep, CAE