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ACA Presents: An Afternoon With Dr. Irv Yalom

This unique webinar experience features an hour-long interview with living legend, Dr. Irv Yalom, conducted by ACA's own Rebecca Daniel-Burke… followed by a live 30-minute Q&A session. Join Rebecca for an unforgettable exploration of Dr. Yalom's work: his award-winning books, his psychotherapy practice, his passions, interests, and so much more.

Watch the exclusive interview then participate in the live Q&A session.

April 30, 2014, 1-2:30 ET
1-2 (Interview); 2-2:30 (Q&A)

$49 for ACA members, $79 for non-members
1.5 CEs 

Early registrants may submit a question for possible use during Rebecca's interview.

"This is the most intriguing novel I've read in many a year. Irvin Yalom has created a taut, deeply informative page turner. I enthusiastically recommend The Spinoza Problem."
Sir Anthony Hopkins, actor

"Irvin Yalom is the most significant writer of psychological fiction in the world today. I didn't think he could top When Nietzsche Wept or The Schopenhauer Cure, but he has. The Spinoza Problem is a masterpiece."
Martin E. P. Seligman, author of Flourish, Past President of American Psychological Association 

"I believe Irv Yalom to be the greatest living psychotherapist. He speaks to counselors, psychiatrists, and others with the same depth of knowledge and inspiration. As a brand new counselor, I read Love's Executioner. The rich stories of the relationship with the client really spoke to me. More than twenty years later I read 'Staring at the Sun' and was again deeply moved by Dr. Yalom's views on life, work, and death. His profound and timeless writings not only inspired a young clinician, they helped a seasoned professional to embrace and celebrate the magic of our work."
Rebecca Daniel-Burke, ACA Director of Professional Development

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ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

  • Distance Counseling, HITECH, and HIPAA: Navigating Compliance, the Law, and Ethics

  • Confronting the Darkness: Non-Suicidal Self-Injury, Suicide Assessment, and Counselor Self-Care After Client Suicide

  • DSM-5 Specifics, Drilling Down With the New Diagnostic Tools

  • DSM-5: Navigating the New Terrain

  • Developing Your Own Integrative Theory of Counseling

  • The Bootstrapper's Guide to Building a Private Practice from Scratch

  • Counseling Our Troops, Veterans, and Military Families: Cutting Edge Strategies

  • Adult ADHD: Help Your Clients to Thrive: if they have ADHD (or think they might)

  • The Secrets to Surviving Infidelity

  • Depression: New and Emerging Treatment Strategies

  • Neuroscience: The Cutting Edge of Counseling's Future

  • Why does culture matter? Isn't counseling just counseling regardless?

  • Creative Counseling When You Don't Have Time To Be Creative

  • The Counselor and the Law: Avoiding the "Dirty Dozen" Legal and Ethics Traps

Important Webinar Series Information

What if I miss one or more of the webinars?
No problem, you can watch any/all of the webinars you have missed on-demand after the live event. Sorry but you cannot sign up for single sessions within this series.

How late can I register for the series?
You can register at any time, but registration will close for each live event one hour prior to the event. If you register after one or more webinars have already occurred, you will be able to access the previous webinars on-demand.

When will I receive my password for each event?
An individual password for each live event will be sent to you via email the day before the event. Emails for on-demand webinars will be sent out with viewing instructions at the time of purchase.

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Morgan Spurlock is Opening Keynote Speaker for ACA's 2014 Conference And Expo

by Ashwini Yelamanchili | Sep 05, 2013
Morgan Spurlock is an award-winning writer, director, and producer best known for his immersive explorations of the social issues that both directly and indirectly shape the choices and life paths of our clients, students, colleagues… and ourselves. As a man with his finger on the pulse of a rapidly changing society, Spurlock will share experiences, insights, and reflections from the front lines of American culture.
Morgan Spurlock, Academy Award-Nominated Director of Super Size Me and Documentary Filmmaker
March 27, 2014
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.



His first feature length film, Super Size Me, played in more than 100 countries, influenced school lunch programs across the nation, empowered millions to change their own eating habits, and eliminated super size options from the world’s largest fast food chain. The film was also used by senators, congressmen, and lobby groups as a call to action for multiple food and education related causes.

Other accomplishments include: the critically acclaimed FX program, 30 Days, which dealt with such polarizing issues as the minimum wage, prison reform, abortion, and gun control; Where in the World is Osama bin Laden?, which was named “one of the most important films of the year” by the Islamic Society of North America; The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special in 3-D on Ice!; the film adaptation of the best selling book Freakonomics; and POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, a documentary about branding, advertising, and product placement, which was funded by branding, advertising, and product placement, and made some serious points about the ubiquity of branding in our daily lives. 

In April 2012, Spurlock’s released the documentary, Comic-Con Episode IV – A Fan's Hope, which follows a group of attendees around the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con. A month later, his doc Mansome hit theaters, which features an all-star cast of commentators including Will Arnett, Jason Bateman, and Zach Galifianakis who hilariously opine on the grooming habits of the 21st century man.

In 2013, Spurlock returned to TV as host and producer of the CNN original series, Inside Man. Each week Spurlock provides an insider’s view into rarely-seen sectors of American life that include gun lovers, marijuana growers, migrant farm workers, and end-of-life caregivers.