California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors
CALPCC operates with the view that the individual, family and larger society are all important in the development and resolution of problems, including the Coronavirus Pandemic. We are deeply concerned about all of our members and the communities we serve during this pandemic and we are dedicated to doing all that we can to help. Our mission as an organization and our service-orientation address the individual, family and society using culturally responsive methods that promote well-being and reflect our commitment to high standards of service, training, and supervision. We are committed to supporting our members in providing service with integrity that promotes the well-being of all of our diverse community members. We also have a strong belief in a feedback-informed culture, which is why we would greatly appreciate any feedback that our members have related to the pandemic.
CALPCC also does not condone any harassment or violence against the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community. This virus impacts communities of all races and ethnicities. We hope that our membership joins us in combating any disparaging messages and actions against the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander community as we move forward together to keep each other healthy and safe.
Please see the communication from the BBS about COVID-19 and rules regarding telehealth.
At this time, CALPCC will be canceling all public regional events until further notice. This includes regional networking activities, Continuing Education seminars or events, and other social activities. Please stay tuned to CALPCC Social Media, your email, and our website for updates.
For more information, please visit these sites below to learn the latest about COVID-19:
We also recognize that this time may lead to additional emotional and financial stress for families. Below are resources that may be of assistance:
At CALPCC we are committed to your safety and understand the pressures that this may cause in terms of interruptions in practice, interruptions to your clients, and a general sense of anxiety that this may bring.
Be kind to one another during this time, reach out and check on your colleagues, friends, and family, and follow the appropriate steps in staying healthy.
The CALPCC Team and the CALPCC Board of Directors
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