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REGISTER NOW for the 2018 KCA Conference

Pre-Conference Feb. 28th & Conference March 1-2, 2018 in Wichita, Kansas

2018 KCA Conference

STEP 1:  LOG INTO KCA WEBSITE TO GET YOUR MEMBERSHIP RATE

STEP 2:  REGISTER HERE w/PayPal.

Click here for Paper registration

Click here for W-9 form  

** CEs  AND 1 Graduate Credit Hour from Lindenwood University - 
Available for Pre-Conference & Conference

2018 Keynote is 
Julia Cook!

KCA welcomes Julia Cook to Wichita Kansas for the 2018 KCA Conference.  Save the dates for March 1st and 2nd.  We will have Pre-Conference on Wednesday, February 28th.  Register TODAY!  

CE Hours Offered for the KCA Conference

Kansas Counseling Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2017.‚Äč  Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.  Kansas Counseling Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.  


2017 KCA Conference Pics

Conference Planning Committee 

Conference Chair -  Sylvia Schmidt, sschmidt@usd259.net

Registration Chair - Kim Urenda -kca.exec.director@gmail.com 

Vendor Chair - Diane Le -

Programs Chair - 

Awards Chair - Amy Hoover -ahoover@usd364.org 

Silent Auction - Nadine Bailey -bailey@usd367.org 


KCA 2018 PRE- CONFERENCE

Wednesday, Feb 28th

4:30 - 7:30 p.m.

Wichita Marriott

(9100 E Corporate Hills Drive, Wichita, KS 67207)

Dr. Todd Frye

"Ethics in Counselor Supervision"

STEP 1:  LOG INTO KCA WEBSITE TO GET YOUR MEMBERSHIP RATE

STEP 2: REGISTER HERE!

In this workshop, participants will explore the ethical aspects of clinical supervision within the evolving mental health landscape of the 21st century. Focus on increasing awareness, understanding, and appreciation of the underlying principles of ethical analysis; the ethical and legal realities within the modern supervisory environment; the primary ethical challenges faced by mental health practitioners and clinical supervisors; the means by which supervisors can recognize and evaluate problematic ethical situations; and the skills, techniques, and practical tips available to avoid when possible, and manage when necessary, the ethical dilemmas and legal-related consequences that often arise within the context of clinical supervision. 

3 CEs available for Pre-Conference 

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