The Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling (ACAC) will be holding it’s inaugural national conference July 20th – 21st in Arlington, Virginia. Highlights include a keynote presentation by Deb del Vecchio-Scully, Sandy Hook Counselor & Trauma treatment expert http://acachild.org/
A Clinician's Guide to Essential Oils for Brain Health & Emotional Regulation is a class for mental health clinicians to learn how essential oils can powerfully impact brain health, the scientific pathways in which essential oils effect the brain and how they can be integrated into clinical treatment in a safe, compliant manner.
- Current Issues in Counseling Ethics - An Interactive Discussion with CCA’s Ethics Committee (Trip Hartigan / Craig Holch / Suzanne Arnone / Deb Del Vecchio-Scully)
"In a world that does not always make sense, counselors are uniquely poised to solve problems of social justice. We are natural advocates. We give voice to the pain of oppressed groups whose needs too often go unmet and we envision a future where talking gives way to listening and anger gives way to caring. Together we can foster peace and compassion among clients, families, and communities."
When the Unthinkable Happens: Fostering Resiliency, Hope & Healing Keynote
Presented by: Deb Del Vecchio-Scully
Former Clinical Recovery Leader | Newtown Recovery and Resiliency
When the unthinkable happens, life changes for everyone involved, particularly following senseless violence. Counselors must balance their personal reactions while supporting the needs of survivors through the raw healing steps of healing. As we journey into the first anniversary of the Pulse shooting, Deb Del Vecchio-Scully, LPC, former Clinical Recovery Leader of the Newtown community will share her experiences in navigating the after
Navigating Recovery After Communal Trauma: Diagnosis and Trauma
The Central Florida Victim Service Network Awards breakfast & Recondition Ceremony will be held on Thursday, 4/6/17 at the Crowne Plaza in Downtown Orlando (located at 304 W. Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32801) at 7:00 am.
The event is held during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week to honor those who have gone beyond the call of duty to assist victims of crime. Award nominations are now being accepted for consideration. Awards will be presented to our distinguished honorees during the breakfast.