News & Notes
Our first CE of the Summer is open for registration! This CE is FREE for members and will be virtual through TPN.Health.
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Check out our latest Legislative Brief!
The American Red Cross is seeking Mental Health Volunteers urgently to work with survivors of disasters. See the brochure here, and more information here.
Reach out to Betty Hartman, Ph.D. at 508-245-2219 or email@example.com, or Bob Hartman, Ph.D. at 508-942-7875 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Board Activities
Your SCCA Executive Board is currently working on:
Creating in-person CE events outside of our annual conference
Working the the SC Coalition for Safer Schools
Working to bring the Counseling Compact to South Carolina among other advocacy efforts
Unity in Community
Hello and welcome to the South Carolina Counseling Association (SCCA)! Whether you’re a prospective member, a new member, or an old friend returning for new updates, we’re happy you found us!
The SCCA is a state-chartered branch of the American Counseling Association (ACA), and home to over 400 counseling professionals in South Carolina. Our theme for 2022-2023 is “Unity in Community” – SC is made up of many diverse and multi-faceted communities of which counselors play an important part. This year we want to unify SC counseling professionals in three key areas: 1) leadership, 2) advocacy, and 3) education.
The boundaries of the counseling profession are no longer relegated to “the couch,” our profession is quickly growing and expanding beyond traditional therapy, and we must keep up! Counselors can become leaders in their work spaces, in their communities, in their state government and beyond. The SCCA is committed to nurturing leadership opportunities locally and nationally through our partnership with ACA (www.counseling.org).
Part of this profession-wide expansion is the re-introduction of advocacy to our roles as counselors. Through traditional counseling we touch the lives of our clients and their loved ones, but through advocacy efforts we can change the lives of thousands! The SCCA is committed to advocating for both SC counselors and the clients we serve through legislation and public policy changes.
Lastly, we are eager to foster unity and community in our continuing education efforts. The SCCA has offered more CEs than ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and we are expanding those offerings this year! We are very proud of the diversity in content that we have been able to offer thanks to our members sharing knowledge and professional wisdom. The SCCA is committed to expanding our CE offerings and supporting SC counselors in their professional development.
We are grateful to each of you who have aided in our development as an association, and we are excited about what’s to come. We hope that you’ll find the information you’re seeking here; if you do not, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com so that we may be of assistance. The SCCA is committed to serving the counseling professionals of SC, and we are happy to help with your professional needs!
Yours In Service,
Chandler Cox M.Ed., LPC, NCC
SCCA President 2022 – 2023
SCCA Member Benefits
Expanding your social and professional network
Offering professional development and continuing education credits conveniently on-line, across the state, and at our annual conference
Linking you through our Palmetto Counselor Newsletter, our Speakers Bureau, Career Opportunities, Leadership Opportunities, Directories – Find-a-Counselor, Find-a-Supervisor, Find-an-Internship Site, Spotlight on Counselors and MORE
Increasing visibility and unification of the counseling profession through advocacy, education, and professional development and enhancing your professional identity through membership in your passion or work setting divisions
Lobbying efforts through the support of SCCA and ACA to advocate and support your professional role
South Carolina Counseling Association (SCCA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2041.
Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. SCCA is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
SCCA-146A Withers, Rock Hill, SC 29733, 803-323-2456,
The South Carolina Counseling Association
is a proud state branch of the
American Counseling Association.