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CSI at ASGW 2020: Servant Leader Community Responsiveness and Advocacy
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CSI at ASGW 2020: Servant Leader Community Responsiveness and Advocacy

In order to function as a responsive and compassionate leader in any setting, one must be committed to a process of understanding and respect towards others. Servant leadership involves principles core to counseling: listening, empathy, awareness, stewardship, and a commitment to growth. Session presenters will focus on highlighting the benefits of and processes for engaging in serve-first leadership initiatives in the community.

 Export to Your Calendar 1/30/2020 to 2/1/2020
When: Date: TBD
Time: TBD
Where: Embassy Suites by Hilton Dorado del Mar Beach Resort
Room: TBD
Dorado, Puerto Rico  00646
United States
Contact: CSI Headquarters
(336) 841-8180

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ASGW 2020: Servant Leader Community Responsiveness and Advocacy

Dr. Mark Newmeyer & Dr. Kathy Ybañez-Llorente

In order to function as a responsive and compassionate leader in any setting, one must be committed to a process of understanding and respect towards others. Servant leadership involves principles core to counseling: listening, empathy, awareness, stewardship, and a commitment to growth. A serve-first mindset partners naturally with concepts of community involvement and advocacy within the counseling profession as well as philosophies inherent to the healthy functioning of any group; mutual empowerment and humility. Session presenters will focus on highlighting the benefits of and processes for engaging in serve-first leadership initiatives in the community designed to address issues critical in prompting mental wellness and addressing areas of prevention.

CSI members can register for the 2020 ASGW Conference at www.asgw.org.

Dr. Mark Newmeyer is a licensed professional clinical counselor and supervisor in Ohio and Virginia. He is a professional member of the American Counseling Association, which recognized his achievements by honoring him in 2004 as an Emerging Leader. Dr. Newmeyer is an active member of ASGW and also serves on the Editorial Board for Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development. He enjoys running, including several marathons and recently a 50K.

Dr. Kathy Ybañez-Llorente is a Program Coordinator and Associate Professor at Texas State University. She is a licensed professional counselor and board approved supervisor in Texas and has worked with children, adolescents, and families in community agencies, private practice, and inpatient psychiatric settings providing individual, group, and family counseling. Her scholarly interests include clinical and multicultural supervision, ethics, advocacy, professional identity and licensure issues. Dr. Ybanez-Llorente has chaired the American Counseling Association’s Ethics Committee and Professional Standards Committee, and served as President of the Texas Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. She currently serves as the Parliamentarian for the ACA Governing Council and Executive Council, as well as the Treasurer for ASGW.  


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