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Counselor Community Engagement (CCE) is a collaborative process whereby counselors and community members identify, plan, and execute strategies that promote wellness and human dignity within the community. Although CSI has an established framework for CCE inspired by Dr. Jane Myers (10 Key Considerations), no study has explored the use of this framework. This webinar will discuss the methods used within a directive content analysis to examine the 2013-2014 CSI Chapter CCE activities (n=247).

4/19/2016
When: Tuesday, April 19, 2016
2:00 - 3:00 PM EDT
Where: Online
United States
Contact: Webinar Coordinator

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Themes and Trends of Counselor Community Engagement Activities Across 247 CSI Chapters

Dr. Cassandra A. Storlie, Assistant Professor of Counselor Education & Supervision, Kent State University
Dr. Laura R. Shannonhouse, Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling & Psychological Services, Georgia State University
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT

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Counselor Community Engagement (CCE) is a collaborative process whereby counselors and community members identify, plan, and execute strategies that promote wellness and human dignity within the community. Although Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) has an established framework for CCE inspired by Dr. Jane Myers (10 Key Considerations), no study has explored the use of this framework in practice. This webinar will discuss the methods used within a directive content analysis to examine the 2013-2014 CSI Chapter CCE activities (n=247). Discussion will include the degree to which the 10 Key Considerations reflect CCE activities, and suggestions to refine the framework to support purposeful engagement and advocacy with individuals, groups and communities. Implications for practice, and suggestions for future research will be provided.

Learning Objectives:

1. Audience members will understand how to use the 10 Key Considerations as a framework to conduct Counselor Community Engagement Activities within their respective chapters.
2. Audience members will have a better understanding of how to report Counselor Community Engagement Activities in their annual reports to CSI Headquarters.
3. Audience members will have a stronger understanding of what types of CCE activities are being conducted across large and small chapters.

Cassie Storlie

Cassandra A. Storlie, Ph.D., LPCC-S (OH), is Assistant Professor of Counselor Education & Supervision at Kent State University. Cassie is the CFA for Kappa Sigma Upsilon and is completing her third year as Chair of the Counselor Community Engagement Committee for CSI. She will serve as a member of the Executive Council for CSI as Secretary for 2016-2018. She further served as a CSI Leadership Intern in 2012, under the mentorship of Dr. Jane E. Myers. Cassie has been a reviewer for CSI’s Leadership Essay Contest and Chapter Grant Awards. Passionate about advocacy, she chairs the ACES Advocacy Interest Network and is on the ACA Professional Advocacy Taskforce. She is the 2015-2016 NCACES Secretary and is a member of the Ohio Counseling Association Leadership Development Committee. She has authored multiple peer reviewed journals centering on career, advocacy and counselor leadership development.

Laura Shannonhouse

Laura R. Shannonhouse, PhD, NCC, LPC is an assistant professor in the counseling and psychological services (CPS) department at Georgia State University (GSU). She teaches in the school counseling and clinical mental health masters programs, as well as the counselor education and practice doctoral program. Her research interests include multicultural issues in counselor preparation, crisis intervention and suicide prevention in K-12 schools, and the role of religion/spirituality and meaning making in the context of disaster. Dr. Shannonhouse has been appointed to the Center for School Safety, and the Center for the Study of Stress, Trauma, and Resilience at GSU, and been honored with the Courtland C. Lee Multicultural Excellence Scholarship Award from the American Counseling Association, the Marian Pope Franklin Fellowship from UNC Greensboro, and the Courtland C. Lee Social Justice Award from the Southern Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (SACES).

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Views expressed by presenters and participants during the webinars and in webinar PowerPoints and other handouts do not necessarily represent the views of Chi Sigma Iota International.

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