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Please check the sessions below that you attended to qualify for this academy. You needed to attend 6 different sessions to qualify.


104: Creative Activities to Help Counseling Students Explore White Privilege
114: It's Time To Require CACREP Accreditation For State Licensure: A Call To Action
122: Encouraging the Cognitive Development of Supervisees: Using Bloom's Taxonomy in Supervision
128: You Want Me to Do WHAT? Surviving the Counseling Internship
136: Overcoming Resistance and Deepening Cognitive Empathy and Cultural Competence by Addressing Spirituality in Supervision
162: From Social Systems to Social Constructions: Paradigm Transitions in Counseling Theory
170: The Impact of Racial Identity Development on the Supervisory Relationship
175: Gatekeeping From Admission to Graduation: Screening, Annual Review, Due Process, Remediation, and Retention
184: The Shock of Confronting One’s Cultural Incompetence: Supervision and Steps to Growth for the Student Counselor
190: Introduction to the CACREP 2016 Standards Revision Process
193: The Doctor of Professional Counseling (DPC) Degree: The Next Step
194: Creative Techniques for Teaching Key Concepts in Required Courses in Counselor Education Programs
199: Clinical Supervision in the Helping Professions
215: Using Media to Deconstruct Historical Patterns and Assess Cultural Competency Practices
227: ACES Presidents and Social Justice: ACES Leaders Discuss the Relevance of Social Justice in Counselor Education and Supervision
236: Teaching Social and Cultural Issues from Multiple Perspectives: A Practical Guide
237: Student Learning Outcome Assessment: Creating Assessment Measures
250: Professional Advocacy: What Supervisors and Supervisees Need to Know About the Law
257: Social Media Incarnate: An Exploration of the Use of Virtual Worlds in Counseling and Counselor Education
264: Tools of the Trade: A Resource-Rich Model for Teaching Disaster and Trauma Skills for Counselors
266: DSM-5 in Crisis: Extreme, Unsupported Revisions Have Significant Implications For Counselor Education and Supervision
285: Respect the Power: Understanding the True Power Differential is Cross-Cultural Supervision
286: Techniques for Preventing Negative and Harmful Supervision Experiences: Risk Reduction through Strength Enhancement
288: Collaborative Gatekeeping: A Systemic Approach to Counselor Training
306: Clinical Supervision and the Transtheoretical Model: Integrating the Stages of Change into Counselor Supervision Models
315: Salutogenisis in Supervision: Creating a Positive Supervisory Relationship Through Strength-Based Intervention.
320: Empathy Training: Where East Meets West
321: Examining The Experience: An Investigation of the students' perceptions of their Multi-cultural Training
323: Who Are We? Promoting the Clinical Mental Health Counselor Identity
329: Suggestions for Integrating Substance Use Disorders into the Professional Counselor Licensure Process
335: Grant Writing for the Counseling Professional: Top 5 Strategies for Success
342: Complexities of Identity in Multicultural Counseling Training: Challenges for Trainers and Trainees
346: Graduate Student Remediation: When, Who and Why to Conduct Remediation with Graduate Students
350: Partnering to Promote Professional Development: A Site Supervisor Training Program for School Counselors
357: Humanistic Perspectives on Contemporary Issues in Counseling, Counselor Education, and Supervision

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