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.
Since 2012, BlueRio Institute in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, has been providing training for individuals seeking to earn the Board Certified Coach credential.
We recently spoke with Tobi Zavala, Executive Director of the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, about her work with the board and the importance of jurisprudence.
CCE credential holders are eligible for a 20% discount on the registration fee for the virtual 2022 Global Capacity Building Conference on Nov. 30–Dec. 2.
Brian Baldonado is a senior academic advisor for the University of New Mexico. He recently shared his thoughts on his work there and earning the Global Career Development Facilitator (GCDF) credential.
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