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WC21-PC002

002: Coaching, Pastoring, and Teaching Couples to Enjoy Life Together: Seven Ways to Experience High Levels of Marital Satisfaction and Avoid Marital Drift Ted Cunningham, M.A.C.E. Woodland Hills Family Church 3953 Green Mountain Dr. Branson, MO 65616 Summary Marital satisfaction is a choice, not an outcome. Enjoying life together requires the daily decisions of prioritizing […]

By LOGAN SNELICK, 1 year ago
AACC BLOG

Remembering Dr. Archibald Hart

The Memorial Service for Dr. Archibald D. Hart  July 21, 2021  Today, we remember and celebrate a beloved colleague and friend, outstanding educator, administrator, author, and former board member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, Dr. Archibald Hart.  To know him was to love him. His passion and communication skills, wrapped in one of […]

By AACC, 2 years ago

COVID-19 Pandemic Compassion Fatigue: Self-care Tips for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers (With CE’s) Tuesday, May 25, 2021

COVID–19 Pandemic Compassion Fatigue: Self-care Tips for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers  Tuesday, May 25, 2021      6:00 – 7:00 PM ET       Abstract  This past year was one like never before. The COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns, racial tensions and trauma, rioting and violence, the contested election, the rush for and distribution of a vaccine, impeachment proceedings, the Capitol breach, the transition to a new administration, and more were all at the forefront of Americans and […]

By JOHNNY SMUILIK, 2 years ago

Joni Eareckson Tada

Mental health professionals and pastors need a place where they can gain a Christian perspective on new findings in counseling and mental health treatment. AACC provides this place, along with opportunities for fellowship, nurture, and support.

By DOUG REID, 2 years ago

COVID-19 Pandemic Compassion Fatigue: Self-care Tips for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers (Without CE’s) Tuesday, May 25, 2021

  COVID–19 Pandemic Compassion Fatigue: Self-care Tips for Mental Health Professionals and Caregivers  Tuesday, May 25, 2021      6:00 – 7:00 PM ET      Abstract  This past year was one like never before. The COVID-19 pandemic, lockdowns, racial tensions and trauma, rioting and violence, the contested election, the rush for and distribution of a vaccine, impeachment proceedings, the Capitol breach, the transition to a new administration, and more were all at the forefront of […]

By JOHNNY SMUILIK, 2 years ago
MEMBER NEWS

Resource Guide for COVID-19

As updates become available daily, we believe it is critical to be equipped with accurate information on COVID-19. That is why we have compiled the most up-to-date resources for you to review and stay informed. Updated January 10, 2021. COVID-19 Facts What is Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)? Key Facts Current Situation Summary CDC COVID Data Tracker […]

By AACC, 2 years ago

The Multidimensional Therapeutic Needs of Reproductive Loss through Abortion: Groundbreaking Research Every Counselor Needs to Know (Without CE’s) Tuesday, April 27, 2021

The Multidimensional Therapeutic Needs of Reproductive Loss through Abortion: Groundbreaking Research Every Counselor Needs to Know Tuesday, April 27, 2021 6:00 – 8:00 PM ET Webinar Presenter Kay Lyn Carlson, LMSW, has been sharing her courageous story of grace by educating and encouraging men and women at speaking events. She is a local and national speaker with experience […]

By JOHNNY SMUILIK, 2 years ago

The Multidimensional Therapeutic Needs of Reproductive Loss through Abortion: Groundbreaking Research Every Counselor Needs to Know (With CE’s) Tuesday, April 27, 2021

The Multidimensional Therapeutic Needs of Reproductive Loss through Abortion: Groundbreaking Research Every Counselor Needs to Know Tuesday, April 27, 2021 6:00 – 8:00 PM ET Webinar Presenter Kay Lyn Carlson, LMSW, has been sharing her courageous story of grace by educating and encouraging men and women at speaking events. She is a local and national speaker with experience […]

By JOHNNY SMUILIK, 2 years ago
MEMBER NEWS

Change is in the Air for Licensed Counselors as Georgia State Passes New Bill

COUNSEL ALERT As licensed professionals, we have looked at our state boards and wondered if there would be a time when we could have a license in one state and practice in another state. We have all made hard choices about where to live based on these laws and have dread state line moves due […]

By AACC, 2 years ago
AACC BLOG

Nobody Get’s Me: Today’s Lost Generation

Nobody Get’s Me: Today’s Lost Generation by Chap Clark, Ph.D. “We are still toiling up the hill; we have not yet reached the crest-line of it; we cannot survey the landscape or even imagine what its condition will be when that longed-for morning comes.”1– Winston Churchill It has been called “the beginning of a ‘little ice […]

By AACC, 2 years ago