S. Kent Butler is no stranger to courageous conversations and social justice advocacy, and as ACA’s 70th president, he plans to use these skills to create a more inclusive counseling environment.
Counselors share what it is like to experience the world as a Black person while working in a profession that remains predominantly white.
How can counselors help clients when their mental health and coping abilities are being thwarted by the unhealthy behaviors of their loved ones?
Experiencing a sudden and unexpected loss can send people into a steep decline as they wrestle, often unknowingly, with elements of both trauma and grief.
Many counselors have changed their perspective on telehealth after a year spent interacting with clients via video, but that doesn’t mean a return to in-person sessions will be any less welcome.