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  • April 20, 2022 10:18 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    Spring 2022 Newsletter

    The Spring 2022 Newsletter is now available! In this edition: 

    • President’s Message
    • 2021-2022 SACES Leadership
    • Engaging and Leading Future Counseling Leaders
    • Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership: An Approach for Advocacy and Community with the Black Community
    • Counselor Trainees Understanding Child Welfare Involvement Using the MSJCC
    • Building Mindful Community
    • Peer Support in Times of COVID and Beyond
    • Navigating Trauma: Utilizing a Mindfulness Based Intervention Approach
    • Teaching and Supervision in Counseling Latest 2021 Issues
    • Faculty Connection in a Disconnected World
    • Supervision Interest Network

    You may review past copies of newsletters here on the SACES website.  

    Call for Summer 2022 Submissions

    We are looking for submissions for consideration in our Summer 2022 issue of the SACES Newsletter. This issue will be an edition about Education - foster best practices in teaching and professional development

    Submissions must be between 500 and 800 words (not counting references) and sent electronically as a Word document to newsletter@saces.org. Please include the author’s name(s), credentials, affiliation(s), and photo(s) in .jpg, .tif or .gif format. 

    For questions or more information, please contact the editors at newsletter@saces.org. You can also check out previous newsletter issues available from the SACES website. Contributions are needed by Sunday, June 19th.

    For questions or more information, please contact the editors at newsletter@saces.org.

    All the best,

    Andrea Kirk- Jenkins and Isabel Farrell

    Co-Editors SACES Newsletter

  • April 20, 2022 10:17 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    Call for SACES Graduate Student Representative-Designee

    SACES is currently accepting applications from doctoral students who are early in their academic program to serve as the 2022-2023 Graduate Student Representative Designee. A complete description of the SACES  GSR-Designee requirements can be found here.

    The GSR-designee (GSR-D) will serve for a two-year service commitment (year one as a designee and year two as the GSR). A graduate student serving as a GSR-D can serve as a new faculty member or supervisor for only the second year of service as the GSR.

    To apply, please email the following materials in one PDF to Dodie Limberg at past-president@saces.org 

    1. A cover letter describing your educational and other relevant experiences to the position, including your previous and/or current involvement with SACES.

    2. A current CV  

    3. Your answer to this question: “How would you see yourself contributing to SACES in this role?”

    Applications are due Tuesday May 10, 2022

  • March 17, 2022 5:37 PM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    Spring 2022 Newsletter Submissions

    We are looking for submissions for consideration in our Spring 2022 issue of the SACES Newsletter. This issue will be an edition about Community: Promote Connection, Leadership, and Service Within the Profession

    Submissions must be between 500 and 800 words (not including references) and sent electronically as a Word document to newsletter@saces.org. Please include the author name(s), credentials, affiliation(s), and photo(s) in .jpg, .tif or .gif format. 

    Students are encouraged to contribute with the support of a faculty member. You can also check out previous newsletter issues available from the SACES website.  Contributions are needed by Sunday, March 20th.

    For questions or more information, please contact the editors at newsletter@saces.org. 

    All the best,

    Andrea Kirk- Jenkins and Isabel Farrell

    Co-Editors SACES Newsletter

  • March 15, 2022 5:14 PM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    SACES 2022-2024 EMERGING LEADERS

    SACES is pleased to accept applications for the Emerging Leaders program. The SACES Emerging Leaders program is open to all active SACES graduate student members and first-year new professionals. If selected, leaders will participate in a workshop, leadership recognition and two years of service to SACES.

    Program Overview

    SACES Emerging Leaders (ELs) program is designed to promote our vision of cultivating “an inclusive community of counselor educators and supervisors who develop leaders and counselors committed to professional advocacy and dedicated to client equity and wellbeing.”  The program targets development in SACES goals focused on advocacy and promotion of community via connection, leadership, and service.

    During this time, ELs will:

    • Participate in a workshop and recognition activity at SACES 2022 conference in Baltimore, MD. This activity will feature opportunities for networking, panel conversations, and reflections regarding leadership.
    • Engage in service during the SACES 2022 conference and on committees and interest networks for the two-year duration of the EL term.
    • Have the opportunity to participate in large group leadership workshops.

    SACES Emerging Leaders will receive a complimentary workshop, luncheon and registration for the SACES 2022 Conference.

    Eligibility

    The EL program is open to all active SACES graduate student members or first-year new professionals at the time of application. We especially encourage applications from individuals who are seeking opportunities to develop leadership skills and strongly committed to SACES vision related to inclusivity, community, and social justice in counselor education and supervision. The review committee especially welcomes candidates who identify with historically marginalized groups and will consider applications spanning varying and diverse experiences. Selection criteria include:

    • Demonstrated identification with and commitment to the counseling profession
    • Record of participation in professional counseling organizations and conferences
    • Commitment to inclusivity, diversity, and social justice
    • Vision for counselor education and supervision, including role of the EL experience in reaching the vision
    • Intentional interest in research and scholarship

    Applications are due 4/8/2022, and notifications are made on or before 6/15/2022. 

    Applications must be submitted in one PDF document and include, in order:

    1. Personal statement addressing selection criteria (not to exceed 2 pages)
    2. CV
    3. Recommendation letter from a professional reference familiar with the candidate’s engagement in counseling and/or counselor education.

    Please address inquiries and applications to SACES Past President, Dodie Limberg,  past-president@saces.org

  • March 14, 2022 10:53 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    March Updates


    Graduate Student Committee:

    We've made it to March! Join us for our monthly Graduate Student Committee at 11:30 am on March 25th as we share the success of our writing workshop, SACES GSC workgroups, and all things Graduate Students! See you then! 


    SACES GSC Meeting
    Time: Mar 25, 2022 11:30 AM Eastern Time


    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86396215146

    Meeting ID: 863 9621 5146
    Passcode: SACES

    Best,

    Shelby K. Gonzales
    Graduate Student Representative (GSR), 2021-2022

    grad.rep@saces.org
     

     

    Supervision Interest Network:

    The SACES Supervision IN will be meeting on Wednesday April 13, 2022, at 12 PM EST. Please click here for a flyer with more information!

  • March 01, 2022 10:32 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    CALL FOR PROPOSALS Extended

    The call for proposals and reviewers is extended until Sunday, March 6, 2022 at 11:59 pm EST.

    The SACES Executive Committee is extending the call for proposals for the 2022 SACES Conference will be held IN PERSON in November 3-5, 2022, in Baltimore, MD. We invite proposals for the conference that address all areas of counseling, counselor education, and supervision. Click here for more information on the proposal process.

    Pre-conference sessions and the Emerging Leaders Workshop will occur on Thursday (11/3), with a welcoming reception Thursday evening. The conference educational sessions will run on Friday (11/4) and Saturday (11/5) from 8 am to 5pm. 

    Submissions must be received by March 6th by 11:59 pm ET.

    All conference proposals will undergo a double-blind review. If you have any questions, please contact the Conference Program Chair, Dr. Michael Jones at conference.programs@saces.org

     

    CALL FOR PROPOSAL REVIEWERS

    The SACES Executive Committee would like to invite you to become a proposal reviewer. You will have the opportunity to indicate your interest in serving as a reviewer at the end of the proposal submission process or by completing an application here. All conference proposals undergo a double-blind review.  Each reviewer must be available to evaluate submissions between 3/1/22 and 4/1/22 and be willing to complete at least 20 proposals.

    You will need to log in with your SACES account to complete and modify the online forms.

  • February 14, 2022 6:45 PM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    February 2022 Webinar

    February 17, 2022, 12-1pm EST

    Title: Ethically Speaking: Preparing School Counselors-in-Training to Implement Trauma-Informed Practices

    Description: One out of every three children and adolescents has encountered an adverse childhood experience and the impact is often intensified within underserved communities and schools. Thus, school counselor educators and supervisors have an ethical obligation to prepare school counselors-in-training to address inequities and promote trauma-sensitive learning environments for all students. When school counselors are equipped with the tools to implement trauma-informed practices within their school counseling programs and overall school environments, students will feel safe, comfortable, and ready for learning. 

    Presenters:

    Crystal Hatton, Ph.D., NCC, NCSC, ACSL

    Bio: Dr. Crystal Hatton is a core faculty member in the Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies at Liberty University. She is currently engaged in scholarly activities focused on the implementation of trauma-informed practices within school counseling and school settings overall. Prior to becoming a school counselor educator, she was a professional school counselor at the middle school level for 13 years. She was employed as a professional school counselor during the pandemic and has direct experience with implementing trauma-informed practices both virtually and within traditional school buildings to meet the needs of all students. Dr. Hatton recently received a National Certified School Counselor Award: Celebrating Extraordinary Efforts During Covid-19 from NBCC. Dr. Hatton is also a National Certified Counselor, National Certified School Counselor, and Approved Clinical Supervisor. She is also an ASCA-certified Legal and Ethical Specialist and Cultural Competency Specialist. Dr. Hatton is passionate about teaching and training future and current counselors.

    Angelica Greiner, Ph.D., CDF

    Bio: Dr. Angelica Greiner is a core faculty member in the Department of Counselor Education and Supervision at Liberty University. She is currently engaged in scholarly activities focused on the implementation of trauma-informed practices within school counseling and school settings overall. Prior to becoming a school counselor educator, she was a professional school counselor at the middle school level for 10 years. She was employed as a professional school counselor during the pandemic and has direct experience with implementing trauma-informed practices both virtually and within traditional school buildings to meet the needs of all students. Dr. Greiner serves on ASCA's Ethics Committee and is also a Certified Career Development Facilitator and ASCA-certified Legal and Ethical Specialist. She is knowledgeable about the school counseling profession and looks forward to sharing her expertise with graduate students and school counseling professionals.

    Registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsdequqzMpHdesSpQxgbLrvP7k0gsasT7_


    For more information on the Spring 2022 Webinar series, please click here.

  • February 14, 2022 10:54 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    February 2022 Updates


    E
    thics and Professional
    Development Interest Network:

    The SACES Ethics and Professional Development Interest Network will be hosting a meeting on Friday, February 25th from 1p-2p EST. Please click here for more information on the meeting. We look forward to meeting with you then!


    Social Media Committee:

    Greetings SACES Leaders,

    The Social Media committee wants to highlight you and your dedicated passion for SACES. 

    • Please use this link to complete a video via Flipgrid.
    • You will be prompted to create an account to continue.
    • Click on the section "SACES Leadership Videos" to add yours. 
    • Record a brief video giving us the following highlights:
      • Name
      • Institution
      • Which SACES workgroup do you co-chair and why?
      • Why is SACES important to you?

    We're asking videos to be completed by February 25th

    These videos will be shared on our social media accounts. 

  • February 01, 2022 10:26 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    TSC Call for Graduate Student Editorial Board Members and Manuscripts

    Hello SACES Members!!

    The Teaching and Supervision in Counseling Journal is currently seeking applications for graduate student editorial board positions. Graduate student board members will be appointed for a three-year term beginning July 1, 2022, and are expected to provide continuous service during that period of time. Student board members who graduate during their three-year term of service will be eligible to finish their term as professional board members after graduating. Please see click here for more information! 

  • January 28, 2022 11:16 AM | Alexander Fields (Administrator)

    Spring 2022 Newsletter Submissions

    We are looking for submissions for consideration in our Spring 2022 issue of the SACES Newsletter. This issue will be an edition about Community: Promote Connection, Leadership, and Service Within the Profession

    Submissions must be between 500 and 800 words (not including references) and sent electronically as a Word document to newsletter@saces.org. Please include the author name(s), credentials, affiliation(s), and photo(s) in .jpg, .tif or .gif format. 

    Students are encouraged to contribute with the support of a faculty member. You can also check out previous newsletter issues available from the SACES website.  Contributions are needed by Sunday, March 20th.

    For questions or more information, please contact the editors at newsletter@saces.org.

    All the best,

    Andrea Kirk- Jenkins and Isabel Farrell

    Co-Editors SACES Newsletter

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