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ACES 2013: Co-Curricular Activities of CSI Chapters Addressing the CACREP Standards
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ACES 2013: Co-Curricular Activities of CSI Chapters Addressing the CACREP Standards

CACREP has long recognized the importance of CSI chapters in extending the counselor education curriculum through activities and experiences that are outside of the core curriculum yet essential to the preparation of outstanding counseling professionals. The presenters will share their ideas as well as research findings related to the activities of CSI chapters in relation to CACREPs requirements for accreditation.

10/18/2013
When: Friday, October 18, 2013
1:30 - 2:20 pm
Where: ACES Conference
Denver, Colorado 
United States
Contact: Jane Myers, Executive Director


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Co-Curricular Activities of CSI Chapters Addressing the CACREP Standards

Dr. Andrea Dixon, CSI President
Dr. Casey Barrio Minton, Journal of Counseling Leadership and Advocacy (JCLA) Editor
Dr. Crai
g Cashwell, CSI President-Elect

 Friday, October 18, 1:30 - 2:20 p.m. (ACES Conference)

Andrea Dixon

Craig Cashwell

CACREP has long recognized the importance of CSI chapters in extending the counselor education curriculum through activities and experiences that are outside of the core curriculum yet essential to the preparation of outstanding counseling professionals. The presenters will share their ideas as well as research findings related to the activities of CSI chapters in relation to CACREPs requirements for accreditation.

Dr. Andrea L. Dixon is an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services and serves as the Chair of the School Counseling program at Georgia State University. She is the President of Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) and served as Secretary for CSI from 2008-2010. In addition she is a co-editor/author of CSI’s new text Professional Counseling Excellence through Leadership and Advocacy. Dr. Dixon has worked as an elementary and high school counselor and as a counselor in the private practice and university counseling center settings. She has published and presented in the areas of mattering to others; social justice issues in school counseling; ethnic minority identity development; the adolescent period of the lifespan; cross cultural competence and multicultural counseling; competent school counseling; students’ academic persistence and achievement, and wellness across the lifespan. She also received the 2008 Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development’s Emerging Leader Award. She currently serves on multiple editorial boards, has published more than 50 articles, and had conducted over 130 international, national, and regional presentations.

Dr. Casey Barrio Minton is an Associate Professor and Counseling Program Coordinator for the University of North Texas Counseling Program. Dr. Barrio Minton has authored 16 peer-reviewed journal articles and equally as many chapters and creative works. She is co-author of The Professional Counselor, an award-winning book regarding counselor preparation, and co-editor of a Professional Counseling Excellence through Leadership and Advocacy, the first text to address leadership and advocacy competencies for counselors. She is the founding Editor of the Journal of Counseling Leadership and Advocacy (JCLA) with the first edition planned for June 2014.  A former CSI Leadership Fellow, Dr. Barrio Minton served as President of Chi Sigma Iota International (2011-2012), President of the Association for Assessment in Counseling and Education (2012-2013), Rho Kappa chapter Chapter Faculty Advisor, and serves the counseling profession through many editorial board and committee assignments.  

Dr. Craig S. Cashwell is a Professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He is in his 19th year as a counselor educator and maintains a part-time private practice. Craig holds the LPC, NCC, and ACS credentials. Craig has received numerous awards, including the CSI International Thomas J. Sweeney Professional Leadership Award (2012), the University of North Carolina at Greensboro Graduate School Outstanding Mentor Award (2012), and the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling Lifetime Service Award (2010). Craig is a past-president of ASERVIC, past Chair of CACREP, and is completing his term as the ACES Representative to the ACA Governing Council, where he also has served the past two years as a member of the Executive Committee. In 2011, Craig received designation as a Fellow in the American Counseling Association. He has been a member of Chi Sigma Iota since 1990.

 

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