SCCA Annual Conference

52nd Annual Conference
February 25-27, 2016
Westin Hilton Head Resort and Spa
2 Grasslawn Avenue
Hilton Head, SC 29928

Conference Questions

Questions relating to conference registration are directed to the SCCA Executive Secretary.

Interim Executive Secretary
Dr. Jennifer Jordan

General conference or SCCA questions can be submitted on the SCCA website here: Contact Us

SC Counseling Association (SCCA) is an NBCC Continuing Education Provider (ACEP #2041) and may offer NBCC approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP (SCCA) is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.

SCCA is a S.C. Board for Counselors, Therapists, and Psycho-Educational Specialists provider (#SNP.69) and offers continuing education and abides by the board guidelines. Clock hours may be used for renewal for LPCs, MFTs, and Psycho-Educational Specialists and may qualify for SDE teacher re-certification (

Featured Speakers

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Service Project: Volunteers in Medicine

This year the South Carolina Counseling Association is proud to announce Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) of Hilton Head, South Carolina as its service project recipient of charitable donations. 

Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) began in Hilton Head, South Carolina. In 1992, one out of three people who lived on Hilton Head Island had no access to health care. At the same time, a number of retired medical personnel (physicians, nurses, dentists, and other professionals) began expressing an interest in finding a way to continue practicing their profession on a voluntary, part-time basis to help those without access to care. In 1993, the two groups worked together and created the Volunteers in Medicine Clinic, a 501 (c)(3) free health clinic utilizing retired health care professionals. 

The "Culture of Caring" is the heart and soul of the VIM clinic. It is based on an ethical standard in medicine that was once practiced and should be again. The way people are treated during a visit to the clinic is as important as the medical care they receive. 

Those who come to the clinic are good people in need of help. Surviving on limited resources, these people often exhibit great courage in simply trying to get through each day. The "Culture of Caring" recognizes the strengths of those in need and respects their dignity. VIM seeks to heal not only physical illnesses but also the injury caused by bias, prejudice, and indifference. 

Today every person who lives or works on Hilton Head Island has easy access to health care. And the best part is that it was accomplished using an untapped resource, the retired medical professionals. To learn more about Volunteers in Medicine or to make an online donation please visit the website at: