The 2023 American Counseling Association Conference & Expo will take place March 30–April 1 in Toronto, Canada, and registration is open through March 29. Stop by and see us at booth 621 to learn more about our credentials, scholarships and fellowships, and opportunities to share your expertise as a volunteer.
If you’re a CCE credential holder, you’re familiar with the educational and professional development opportunities we are known for, but that’s only one facet of our work. You may be surprised to learn about the many services that CCE provides in addition to credentialing and educational opportunities.
Northwestern University is a CCE Registered Credential Training Provider. Its Executive Learning & Organizational Change (ELOC) Level 1 Coaching Certificate is approved for individuals seeking to earn the Board Certified Coach credential.
CCE’s Business Development Department works closely with NBCC’s Assessments Department and Certification and Credentialing Services Department to make our credentialing programs the strongest they can be.
CCE needs experienced Board Certified Coaches (BCCs) to serve as subject matter experts in the development of the new content outline for the Board Certified Coach Examination.
Latoya Robinson has been named executive director of the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB). A native of the U.S. Virgin Islands, she hopes to grow ATCB’s team and expand its reach across the country.
Elizabeth Bartell is a National Certified Counselor and Career Development Coordinator who has also earned CCE’s Global Career Development Facilitator credential.
CCE partners with the NBCC Foundation each year to provide scholarships and training awards to advance the development of those in helping professions.
The Facilitating Career Development program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a CCE Registered Credential Training Provider for those interested in obtaining the GCDF credential.
James Stinchcomb, MSW, MPA, HS-BCP, CNP, was named president of the National Organization for Human Services earlier this year.
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