Thank you for your interest in the Virtual Current Topics in Counseling Conference on Friday, October 16 and Saturday, October 17, 2020. This conference will be held completely online powered by Microsoft Teams. Please select one of the three available registration options below: Friday Only, Saturday Only, or Full Conference - Friday & Saturday.
The Department of Professional Counseling’s Virtual Current Topics in Counseling Conference is facilitated by the department’s active alumni organization, Counseling Alumni Connection (CAC). The purpose of this event is to provide timely and important information relevant to the counseling field. Attendees are encouraged to actively participate in discussion, resource sharing, and networking throughout the event.
On Friday, October 16th a pre-conference ethics institute presented by Perry Francis, EdD, NCC, ACS, LPC will take place on the topic Ethics, Law, and Social Justice: The Intersection of Behaviors and Beliefs. A certificate for five (5) ethics continuing education hours will be provided. Attendees will have a break for lunch midway through the day.
On Saturday, October 17th a full-day event will be held starting with a keynote presentation, followed by six workshops over three sessions (one morning, two afternoon) on a variety of subjects. A certificate for six (6) continuing education hours will be provided. Attendees will have a break for lunch midway through the day.
Please view the full conference brochure for information on the presentations being offered. Friday and Saturday schedule times may be subject to change.
Date: Friday, October 16 – Saturday, October 17, 2020
Friday Time: 9:00AM – 3:00PM
Saturday Time: 8:30AM – 4:30PM
CE Hours: 11 CE Hours*
*includes 5 ethics, 1.5 multicultural & 1.5 opioid
Attendees should note that this Conference is being recorded and may be published in various media, including print, audio, social media, and video formats without further notice. By participating in the Conference, you consent to being filmed, taped, interviewed, photographed and recorded. You also agree that Monmouth University may use, reproduce, publish, edit, and broadcast any recordings as they deem fit to use them.