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The Fierce List (of Counseling Jobs)

  • NEW JERSEY - FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY - Assistant Professor in Counselor Education

    Feb 26, 2014
    Primary duties include teaching graduate level courses in the Master of Arts Clinical Mental Health program. The successful candidate will demonstrate excellence in curriculum development, teaching graduate courses in areas such as crisis intervention, career counseling, addictions counseling, drugs, alcohol and substance abuse, theories of counseling, multicultural counseling, practicum/internship, clinical supervision in counseling and demonstrate a strong counselor identity.
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  • NEW JERSEY - SETON HALL UNIVERSITY - Assistant Professor at the Graduate Level

    Feb 26, 2014
    The Department of Professional Psychology and Family Therapy in the College of Education and Human Services is seeking a faculty member for an assistant professor position in the Professional Counseling and School Counseling programs.
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ACA Takes a Stand for the Code of Ethics

by Amber McLaughlin | Feb 26, 2014
Earlier this morning, ACA President Cirecie West-Olatunji sent a letter to Arizona Governor Janice Brewer asking her to veto S.B. 1062.
President West-Olatunji informed Governor Brewer that this bill was incompatible with the practices of the counseling profession and conflicts with the ACA Code of Ethics. If the bill were to be signed into law, it could very well jeopardize the licenses of over thirteen hundred LPCs in Arizona.

Our Code of Ethics prohibits a counselor from refusing to treat a person on the basis of his or her religious values. The personal values of the LPC cannot play a role in the treatment of an individual, couple, or family.

Read Dr. West-Olatunji's full letter here.

Learn more about the Arizona bill here.