Chapters & Divisions
The northern chapter was founded in 2013 by counselors in Flagstaff who sought to increase AzCA’s presence in northern Arizona, but also to ensure that the state association’s focus included issues that are important to counselors in our region.
Our chapter’s goal is to offer frequent continuing education opportunities, advocacy opportunities at the regional, state, & national level, and to develop a network of counselors and school counselors who are aware of their counseling community. We represent the region north of Phoenix, and individuals who are too far to attend meetings in Flagstaff can do so via telephone or other means.
We want to be your go-to place in the Tucson Area when you have questions or complaints about licensing or insurance issues, social justice and plain old sharing.
President: Teri Hourihan, PhD, LPC, NCC
Contact Teri: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the AzACES Division - Hi Everyone - I, Teri, am seeking interested counselors, students, supervisors and educators to help with the development of the AzACES Division.
Some ideas for the development: fundraising, taskforce division for community needs, focused planning and development for board leadership, setting up community support groups for CES, development of lunch and learns, presentations, and I am open to more ideas. Please contact me if interested!
Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (WACES)
Association of Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners
Items will continue to be posted. Please let us know if there are certain items you are needing or requesting.
The mission of the Arizona Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues in Counseling (AzALGBTIC) is…
To promote greater awareness and understanding of sexual minority issues among members of the counseling profession and related helping occupations.
To develop, implement and foster interest in charitable, scientific, and educational programs, and alliances designed to further the human growth and development of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and intersex (LGBTQQI) clients, allies, and their communities.
To protect from harm LGBTQQI individuals by language, stereotypes, myths, misinformation, threats of expulsion from social and institutional structures and other entities, and from beliefs contrary to their identity.
To provide educational programs and resources to raise the standard of practice for all counselors who serve LGBTQQI clients, allies and communities.
Please contact our AzALGBTIC Chairperson, Ray Young at email@example.com