2019 CCA Fall Conference
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Event Date: 8/17/2019 - 8/17/2019
Develop as a counselor. Advocate for our field. Serve our communities.
Saturday, August 17th, 2019, from 8-5pm
Host sponsor: Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, CO
Call for Proposals: May 1st, 2019
Extended: Proposals will be accepted from May 15th - July 12th, 2019.
The Colorado Counseling Association is pleased to host a full-day conference for the Colorado mental health community.
The day will include one featured speaker and several presenters chosen from among the counseling community in Colorado through an academic proposal process.
Conference Presentation Tracks
- Treatment of Depressive and Anxiety Disorders
- Child and Adolescent Treatment
- Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders
- Best Practices Within Mental Health Practice, Supervision, and Education
Early Bird Rate, March 23rd - April 30th, 2019- Professional/Affiliate/Counselor Educator: $75, Student: $55, Non-members: $95
Advanced Rate, May 1st - June 20th, 2019- Professional/Affiliate/Counselor Educator: $85, Student: $65, Non-members: $135
Summer Rate, June 21st - August 13th, 2019- Professional/Affiliate/Counselor Educator: $105, Student: $75, Non-members: $150
Onsite Rate, August 14th - August 17th, 2019- Professional/Affiliate/Counselor Educator: $115, Student: $85, Non-members: $175
Continuing Education (CE) Certificates will be made available for those in attendance which are good for state licensure requirements.
Please note our Refund/Return Policy: Refunds will be honored within 60 calendar days of the registration date and include a $25 admin fee. Please allow 12-14 business days for processing. No refunds will be given outside the 60 days or after August 17th, 2019. Registrations are non-transferable.
To learn more about the host sponsorship of Colorado Christian University, click here.
Call for Proposals
Call for Proposals
The 2019 Colorado Counseling Association Fall Conference Call for Proposals
The Colorado Counseling Association is proud to host the 2019 Fall Conference on August 17th, 2019. Included in this conference experience will be comprehensive educational opportunities with four tracks.
The following represents the guideline for submission, including timeline of events and submission criteria.
May 1st, 2019 - Call for Proposals
Extended-May 15th – July 12th , 2019 - Window for Submissions
By July 16th, 2019– Presentation offers will be emailed
By July 22nd, 2019 - Presenters must confirm intent to present
60 Minute Education Sessions
• Treatment of Depressive and Anxiety Disorders
• Child and Adolescent Treatment
• Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders
• Best Practices Within Mental Health Practice, Supervision, and Education (select one of the various general topic areas from the drop-down menu)
Presentation Information Required When Submitting
Names of presenter and other presenters
Title of Presentation: Max. of 100 Characters
Session Format: 60 Minutes
Program Summary: Summary of your presentation that will be used in the Conference Program. Max of 500 Characters
Rationale for presentation: Why this topic is relevant to mental health professionals in Colorado? Max of 400 Characters
Educational Content: Expanded summary of your presentation, reviewed by and visible only to the proposal committee. Max of 2000 characters.
Learning Objectives of Presentation: "Participants in this educational session will be able to..." Max of 5 objectives.
Any citations used in the proposal
Dr. Heather Trepal, 2019-2020 President of the American Counseling Association
Dr. Heather Trepal, Ph.D., LPC-S (TX) is a Professor and Coordinator of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program in the Department of Counseling at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Trepal has served as President of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES) and the Association for Creativity in Counseling (ACC), both divisions of the American Counseling Association (ACA). She has received numerous awards within the counseling profession. Her research and publications focus on professional advocacy, self-injurious behavior, body image, bilingual counselor supervision and training, integrated behavioral healthcare, and Relational-Cultural Theory. She is slated to be the 2019-2020 President of the American Counseling Association, the world's largest association for professional counselors.
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