COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM -- North Carolina Central University
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Welcome to the website for the Counselor Education Program at North Carolina Central University. We are a program within the Department of Allied Professions in the NCCU School of Education.
If you are interested in applying to our program, please visit all of the links from the menu "Future Students" above. Any additional questions may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title: Navigating the Licensure Process
Date: December 8, 2020
Presenters: Drs. Levette Scott, Kelly King, and Kyla Kurian
Graduation is approaching!! Now what? How do I navigate through this licensure process? What do I need? Who can help me? In this session we will discuss the process and procedures of becoming licensed as a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor-Associate and eventually Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor. This session will focus on discussing the National Counseling Examination (NCE), application process, the jurisprudence exam, the licensure affidavit, the disclosure statement, and the supervision contract. We will have a conversation about this process, the do’s and don’ts of this process.
Durham, NC - NCCU Counseling Student, Emone Black, has been awarded a $12,000 fellowship funded by a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Interdisciplinary Minority Fellowship Program (IMFP) is a newly awarded, grant funded program from the SAMHSA - through the American Psychological Association. The purpose of the fellowship is to identify, select, and support the training of ethnic minority graduate students who commit to significantly improving the quality of care provided to ethnic and racial minorities who have a mental or cooccurring mental and substance use disorder. The fellowship is directly related to efforts to reduce health disparities among ethnic minorities in the U.S. by filling a crucial need for mental health professionals in psychology, nursing, social work, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, and substance use and addictions counseling.
Theme: “Career, COVID, Cognitive Information Processing (CCC): Career Strategies to Empower Individuals with COVID Related Challenges”
The North Carolina Central University Career Counseling Program invites you to the 2nd Annual 2021 Virtual Spring Career Institute, entitled, “Career, COVID, Cognitive Information Process (CCC): Career Strategies to Empower Individuals with COVID- Related Challenges.”
This event will be held virtually on Friday, January 29, 2021 from 8:45 am – 12:00 noon (eastern time) and will bring together professionals from around the state who are interested in career, and mental health.
Dr. Debra Osborn will be the Keynote Speaker. She is a Co-Director and Senior Research Associate for the Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development at Florida State University.
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