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  • December 19, 2018 12:52 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Fall 2018 Newsletter is now available. In this edition:

    • President’s Message
    • 2018-2019 SACES Leadership
    • Implications of the Aging Brain on Teaching Strategies
    • ACES 2019 Conference Proposals and Proposal Reviewers
    • From Students to Educators: Doctoral Interns’ Transition Experiences to Counselor Educators
    • SACES Multicultural Interest Network 2018-2019
    • Have We Met Before?
    • Developing a Creative Case Conceptualization Map with Counselors in Training
    • Pouring into Professional Development:Establishing a Culture of Mentorship in Counselor Education
    • Spiritual Integration vs. Spiritual Imposition: Navigating an Ethical Quandary?
    • Addressing Challenges in Counselor Education with Real-Life Skill Practice
    • Social Justice and Human-Rights Interest Network
    • Preparing Graduate Students to Work with Children from Tough Places
    • Developing a Professional Academy for Counselor Education Programs

    You may review past copies of newsletters or consider submitting something for the Spring issue (due February 25, 2019).

    Contact the SACES Newsletter Co-Editors with questions or submissions:
    Brandee Appling (bma0027@auburn.edu)
    Andrea Jenkins (andrea.jenkins@wku.edu)

  • November 29, 2018 3:35 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Friday, December 7th at 11am-12pm (CST) 12pm-1pm (EST)

    Hello Graduate Students!

    Thank you to everyone who demonstrated interest in joining the SACES Graduate Student Committee. We are excited to share the opportunities for involvement and the plans for 2019! Our agenda is packed with a wide variety of topics to cover. Based on the Doodlepoll results, our next meeting will be scheduled for December 7th.

    We hope you can make it next Friday!

    Please join our next Zoom Meeting at https://zoom.us/j/6222179248

    or by phone:

    Meeting ID: 622 217 9248

    We will see you soon,

    Jose “Joey” Tapia-Fuselier
    SACES Graduate Student Representative
  • November 26, 2018 12:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    A quick reminder to join the inaugural SACES Webinar sponsored by the SACES Social Justice and Human Rights Interest Network 

    The Civilian Counselor Working with Veterans and Their Dependents: Implications for Counselor Preparation
    Presented by: Dr. Jessica Melendez Tyler
    Monday, November 26, 2018, 3-4 pm CST / 4-5 pm EST
    Register now through GoToTraining. 

    Understanding the broader sense of the military experience, culture, and lifestyle is understudied in counselor education, leaving a gap about the unique mental health needs of veterans and their dependents. Civilian practitioners must establish credibility and trust to find treatment efficacy in treating this population. This webinar discusses the multilayered needs and mechanics of working with veterans, dependents, and military trauma. This webinar also provides strategies for program application on how to integrate military culture and issues into counselor education.

    The webinar objectives are as follows: (1) Address the cross-cultural components of effective clinical work with the veteran population, (2) Discuss strategies and essential mechanisms for civilian counselors to best treat veterans and military issues, (3) Considerations for how counselor education programs can infuse the clinical treatment of service members as a specific population into their curriculum.

    Questions about this webinar? Contact Regina Finan (rfinan@uga.edu) or Malti Tuttle (mst0022@auburn.edu), the SACES Social Justice and Human Rights Interest Network Co-Chairs.

    Questions about the new SACES webinar series? Visit saces.org/webinars or contact Susan Foster (sfoster@thechicagoschool.edu), the SACES Webinar Committee Chair. 

  • November 01, 2018 11:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The purpose of the Social Justice and Human Rights Interest Network is to build community and facilitate action related to current social justice and human rights issues that impact the mental health and wellness of individuals and communities. This work is based on the premise that counselors and counselor educators are committed to social justice and advocacy.

    In an effort to better serve SACES members, the Social Justice and Human Rights Interest Network would like for you to complete the survey. The survey should not take more than 5-10 minutes to complete and will help to inform the work of this Interest Network. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

    Thank you for your time and participation!

    Regina Finan (rfinan@uga.edu)
    Malti Tuttle (mst0022@auburn.edu)
    Co-Chairs, SACES Social Justice and Human Rights Interest Network

  • October 25, 2018 4:48 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Hello graduate students,

    I hope everyone returned safely and has had a chance to adjust after a great experience at the SACES Conference. The Graduate Student Committee wanted to get your feedback on your experience at the conference. Your comments will help us as a committee and board prepare for ways to make your experience even greater!

    Please take a few minutes to complete this brief survey.

    We hope you join us for the 2020 Conference in Baltimore, Maryland!!

    Jose “Joey” Tapia-Fuselier, Jr.
    Missy Butts
    SACES Graduate Student Committee Chairs

  • October 18, 2018 8:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    SACES Members,

    We know that many of our members were impacted by Hurricanes Florence and Michael and were not able to make this year's conference.  Your presence was missed but we hope that you and your families are safe and sound.  We were happy to welcome approximately 700 people who did join us for the conference and hope that everyone had a wonderful time.

    Election ResultsAt our 2018 Conference in Myrtle Beachwe announced our newly elected officers and would  like to say congratulations to our President-Elect-Elect, Dr. Dodie Limberg, University of South Carolina and Secretary-Elect, Dr. Caitlyn Bennett, University of North Texas.  View the elections results to learn more about our newly elected officers.  We also awarded the following awards and research grants.  We would like to congratulate all of the honorees on their hard work and contributions to the field.  Please take a moment to applaud their efforts.

     SACES Awards 2018

    • Outstanding Doctoral Student
      Cary "Missy" Butts, University of North Carolina at Charlotte 
    • Pre-Tenure Counselor Educator Award
      Dr. Dalena Dillman Taylor, University of Central Florida 
    • Tenured Counselor Educator Award
      Dr. Shirlene Smith Augustine, North Carolina A & T State University 
    • Locke-Paisley Outstanding Mentor Award
      Dr. Patrick Mullen, William & Mary 
    • Outstanding Teaching Award
      Dr. Viki Kelchner, University of Central Florida 
    • DiAnne Borders Clinical Supervision Award
      Dr. DiAnne Borders, University of North Carolina at Greensboro (inaugural honoree; renamed and awarded for Dr. Borders' significant contributions to the area of supervision)
    • Courtland Lee Social Justice Award
      Dr. Jeff Wolfgang, North Carolina A & T State University  
    • President's Outstanding Service Award
      Dr. Shawn Spurgeon, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
    • Outstanding Master’s Program
      Mercer University

     SACES Research Grants 2018

    • Melanie Burgess, Old Dominion University
      The Psychometric Properties of a School Counseling Internship Competency Scale
    • Elizabeth Burgin and Elizabeth Prosek, University of North Texas
      Addressing Military Populations in Counselor Training Programs: Exploring Cultural Competence, Political Beliefs, and Militaristic Attitudes
    • Alisa Houseknecht, University of Florida
      Motivation, Support, and Belonging: Examining Factors that Affect the Persistence of Minority Students in Counseling Programs
    • Chi Li and Gulsah Kemer, Old Dominion University
      Supervisory Working Alliance and Supervisee Disclosure in Supervision: Supervisee Role Ambiguity as a Mediator
    • Jessica Martin, Lamar University
      Investigation of the Job Seeking Process, Work Environment, Mentorship, and Tenure Process of Female African American Counselor Educators: A Phenomenological Study 
    • Christie Nelson, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Daniel Gutierrez and Patrick Mullen, College of William and Mary; Investigating Supervisee Negative Affectivity, Mindfulness, and Self-transcendence within the Counseling Supervisory Relationship
    • Nancy Thacker, University of Tennessee
      Marginalized Counselor Educators' Experiences Negotiating Personal Identify during Professional Identity Development

    Emerging Leaders: We welcomed 18 Emerging Leaders into the expanded 2-year EL program. View the list of our 2018-2020 Emerging Leaders and the revised program overview.

    SACES Journal: We also announced the call for manuscripts for our new journal, Teaching and Supervision in Counseling.  

    SACES 2020: Finally, we announced that the SACES 2020 conference will take place in Baltimore, Maryland (the northern most state in the SACES region), dates to follow in the coming weeks.

    Natoya Haskins, PhD
    SACES President

  • October 15, 2018 11:59 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    ACA was sorry they missed you in Myrtle Beach! Unfortunately, Hurricane Micheal kept them from joining you. But, they wanted you to know that ACA Loves SACES! And, they are offering you up to $100 off ACA conference registration and sharing some other tools and resources to help you help others.

    The Summer Rate for the ACA 2019 Conference & Expo in New Orleans ended on Friday, Oct 5. But, they are extending that rate just for Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (SACES) members until 5 PM on Friday, Oct. 19. To save $100 on regular registration, and $85 on student registration, you must CALL the Membership Engagement Team at 800-347-6647 x 222 and say the code: ACA Loves SACES. Discount Code Available via Phone Registration ONLY

  • October 12, 2018 7:05 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As we move into the second day of the conference, we would like to acknowledge that Hurricane Michael's impact has been felt far and wide within our region; for some it affected travel plans, for others, it impacted you and your families in ways that may take time to recover.  Our hearts go out to those impacted and we hope that in the coming days those affected are able to  restore their sense of peace and stability.

    For those of you who were able to join us at the conference, we appreciate you making the journey to get here and hope your conference experience will be enriching and invigorating. Although we experienced some cancellations, we were also able to move some sessions to a later time so that presenters could still provide these sessions to you. Therefore, please check the updated conference app or view the bulletin board near the registration desk for a list of changed and/or cancelled sessions.  In addition to a series of great sessions throughout the day, we hope you will join us for the Business Meeting and Awards Luncheon at noon in the Palisades Ballroom. We also have a fun reception planned tonight on the pool deck overlooking the beach and look forward to seeing you there.

    Natoya Haskins
    SACES President

  • October 08, 2018 4:54 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Teaching and Supervision in Counseling (TSC), the official journal for the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, invites manuscript submissions for consideration in the inaugural issue scheduled for publication in Spring 2019. In order to be considered for the Spring 2019 issue, the deadline for manuscript submission is November 15, 2018.

    Manuscripts submitted to TSC fall within one of four categories, although other kinds of submissions may be considered: teaching, clinical supervision, mentorship, and current issues and topics relevant to the Southern Region of ACES. More information about these categories can be found on the journal’s aims and scope page.

    Articles may be empirical, conceptual or theoretical, or based on current issues; with an emphasis on empirical research. Articles must be scholarly, grounded in existing literature, and have implications for the counseling profession including, but not limited to, counselor education, supervisory practice, clinical training, pedagogy, mentoring, or advocacy and public policy. All manuscripts are submitted to a blind peer-review process, with accepted manuscripts being submitted as open access.

    Manuscripts should not exceed 25 double-spaced typewritten pages, including title page, abstract, references, and all tables and figures in addition to the body of the manuscript. Current issues manuscripts should be between 10 to 15 pages in total length. The manuscripts should also be written according to the American Psychological Association (APA) Publication Manual style, 6th edition. More information about manuscript formatting and requirements is available at the TSC submission guidelines and policies page.

    Manuscripts can be submitted through the journal website

    If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Kelly Wester, TSC Editor, at klwester@uncg.edu.

  • October 08, 2018 2:51 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Good afternoon,

    As many of you have seen, Hurricane Michael is approaching the Florida panhandle and may impact travel plans for some of you. We are monitoring the storm and the potential impact on the conference. As of now, Myrtle Beach is only anticipating rain so there appears to be no issues for the Hilton; therefore, we intend to continue with the conference plans as scheduled.

    We trust that you will make the decision that is in your personal and professional best interests with regards to traveling or cancelling your registration. If you wish to travel ahead of the storm, the Hilton will honor the same conference hotel rate for arriving early; you can contact hotel reservations and adjust your stay accordingly.

    If you wish to cancel your registration, please refer to the refund policy on our conference website. We are not able to deviate from the refund policy due to the commitment of extensive financial resources.  

    You can contact the Registration Coordinators at SACESreg2018@gmail.com to cancel your registration.  If you also need to cancel your presentation, please copy SACESconference2018@gmail.com as well. 

    The conference app will be continually updated with session cancellations throughout the conference.

    We will keep you updated as more information becomes available about the potential impact of the storm on the conference. We wish you safe travels and look forward to seeing you in Myrtle Beach!

    Natoya Haskins
    SACES President

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