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Asia Pacific Counselling Conference Scheduled for June 3-4, 2016

Mar 11, 2016
ACA will travel to Singapore once again this summer to explore "Exemplary Practices Across the Counselling Spectrum."

APCC2016 will feature sessions from the following leaders: Thelma Duffey, Sam Gladding, Abigail Lee, Colleen Logan, Jeffrey Po, Marcheta Evans, and David Kaplan.

Titles include:
-From Surviving to Thriving – Counselling Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors
-Best Practices for Working Affirmatively and Effectively with GLBTQ Couples and Families
-Professional Counselling Supervision - Disentangling Singapore’s Entanglement
-Death and Dying – Holding Hands to the Beyond
-The use of Creative Arts Mediums in Trauma Counselling

Attendees will also be able to connect and engage with each other during special poster walkabout sessions; oral research presentations; a welcome reception; and several scheduled coffee, snack, and meal breaks.


Discounted/early bird registration rates end May 6, 2016.


“This is about getting to know people from other parts of the world who have a perspective on counseling that you may not have.”

Sam Gladding
Past President, American Counseling Association

“I think there are a lot of diversities and experiences between Singapore and America that we need to share.”

Jim Bek
President, Singapore Association for Counseling






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    Asia Pacific Counselling Conference Scheduled for June 3-4, 2016

    by User Not Found | Mar 11, 2016
    ACA will travel to Singapore once again this summer to explore "Exemplary Practices Across the Counselling Spectrum."

    APCC2016 will feature sessions from the following leaders: Thelma Duffey, Sam Gladding, Abigail Lee, Colleen Logan, Jeffrey Po, Marcheta Evans, and David Kaplan.

    Titles include:
    -From Surviving to Thriving – Counselling Childhood Sexual Abuse Survivors
    -Best Practices for Working Affirmatively and Effectively with GLBTQ Couples and Families
    -Professional Counselling Supervision - Disentangling Singapore’s Entanglement
    -Death and Dying – Holding Hands to the Beyond
    -The use of Creative Arts Mediums in Trauma Counselling

    Attendees will also be able to connect and engage with each other during special poster walkabout sessions; oral research presentations; a welcome reception; and several scheduled coffee, snack, and meal breaks.


    Discounted/early bird registration rates end May 6, 2016.


    “This is about getting to know people from other parts of the world who have a perspective on counseling that you may not have.”

    Sam Gladding
    Past President, American Counseling Association

    “I think there are a lot of diversities and experiences between Singapore and America that we need to share.”

    Jim Bek
    President, Singapore Association for Counseling