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07/20/2018

AzCA E-News - Welcome Dr. Dean Aslinia as Keynote Presenter

 

AzCA to Welcome Dr. Dean Aslinia as Keynote Presenter
AzCA’s upcoming Southern Chapter Conference on September 28-29 in Tucson will feature a keynote presentation by Dr. Dean Aslinia, Program Chair for the CACREP Accredited Fully Face-to-Face Community Mental Health Counseling Program of the University of Phoenix.  Dr. Dean will present “The Unspoken Traumas of Migrants and Refugees: Cultural and Clinical Implications for Mental Health Professionals.” This session will illustrate and explain the harsh journeys often endured in the absence of hope in their native land and will present the many mental health conditions that often leave a lasting imprint on many generations to come. The session will review the best culturally appropriate and scientifically evidenced based mental health practices in an attempt to address the needs of this vulnerable population. For more information on the Southern Chapter Conference and to register, click here.

Clinical Supervision Training in Flagstaff
AzCA will present its Clinical Supervision Training seminar in Flagstaff on July 28-29 at the Northern Arizona Healthcare Flagstaff Medical Center. Here’s what past attendees have said about this invaluable session:

“Very good presentation of the tools and skills needed to provide ethical and effective guidance to those needing clinical supervision.”

“I enjoyed this training and the mix of those who are currently supervising and those that were there to learn how to be effective supervisors.”

“Great learning environment. Discussion was valuable.”

“Information was great - conversation with the group was excellent.”

“The seminar was very good and the presenters were very knowledgeable and personable.”

You don’t want to miss this one! For more information and to register, click here. Space is limited so register today.

9 Signs Therapy Is Actually Working*
Week after week, you may walk into your therapist’s office and pour out your anxieties, hopes and dreams, or you might cry or get angry. Does any of this mean the process is actually working? According to experts, there are definite signs that show you’re on the right track. If you are experiencing any of the following, it may be safe to say that your weekly counseling sessions are paying off. Read more
*Article authored by Nicole Pajer and published by The Huffington Post.

Upcoming Events
Clinical Supervision Training 
July 28-29, 2018
Flagstaff, AZ

Webinar Series
Marketing of Professional Counselors: What Do Our Clients Want?
August 8, 2018
Online

Coffee Break Networking  
September 7, 2018
Adolescent Self-Harm – Understanding What Self-Harm Is
Location TBD

Clinical Supervision Training
September 15-16, 2018
Phoenix, AZ

AzCA Southern Chapter Conference
September 28-29, 2018
Tucson, AZ

2019 AzCA Counselors Annual Conference
January 25-26, 2019
Scottsdale, AZ


 

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