The three day training will provide the 20 contact hours required to supervise LPC residents, and will highlight the legal, ethical, theoretical, and practical requirements associated with providing clinical supervision. Participants attending the workshop in its entirety will receive a verification form for proof of contact hours fulfilling the new Virginia LPC supervision requirements. This training offers the option to obtain 20, 15 or 5 contact hours.
Welcome to the NEW VCA website! Over the past few months, VCA has been working behind the scenes to bring the VCA site to a new platform. You should have already received an email with log-in instructions. If you didn't receive the email or are experiencing any problems, contact Vicky Wheeler, Director of Member Services & Operations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 757-766-5466.
Trouble with logging in? Try VCA (all caps) for your password.
If you encounter any problems/errors with the new site that do not relate to your login, please report them to the webmaster.
VCA WEBSITE UNDER CONSTRUCTION!
The VCA website is in transition and under construction. Please submit any problems you encounter to email@example.com. We are working as quickly as possible to identify and correct any issues. Thank you for your patience.
VCA JOB BOARD
The VCA website has undergone a renovation. Want to post your resume? At the bottom of your dashboard (the first page after you log in), you'll see a heading called Networking & Careers. All members can post and update resumes in the Career Centre at any time through this new feature.
Are you an employer or HR representative looking to hire a counselor? Simply complete a one-time registration by clicking the link to join VCA. You can register as a non-member for free. When you are signed in, you then have access to the Career Centre. You can post/revise your job announcements and review resumes posted by members who are seeking jobs!
For questions or problems with our new Career Centre, contact the Webmaster.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Volume 34, Summer-Fall 2014
The Virginia Counselors Journal, the professional journal of the Virginia Counselors Association, is currently seeking submissions for Volume 34 to appear in summer or fall 2014. We are looking for quantitative and qualitative research articles as well as theory-based position papers and reports of innovative counseling methods. Specific categories for consideration in the Journal include but are not limited to: counselor preparation, supervision, professional development, counseling theory, current issues, innovative practice, and book or related material reviews
You are invited to share your original work through this opportunity for publication in a refereed professional journal. Submitted manuscripts are acknowledged on receipt by the editor(s) and sent out for review to Editorial Board members using a blind review process. Every effort is made to have disposition decisions completed within 60 days of manuscript submission. Specific guidelines for manuscript submission can be found on the Virginia Counselors Association website.
The Virginia Counselors Journal is produced for the benefit of all Virginia counselors; thus we hope to have submissions from a wide variety of counseling specialty areas. Questions about a proposed or actual submission may be directed to the co-editors at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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