You're invited to participate in our Counselor Educator Consortia December Forum!
Professor and Department Chair at California State University Fullerton, Dr Leah Brew, PhD, who sits on the Board of Behavioral Sciences will lead a discussion:
"BBS Updates: What Your Students Need To Know"
Friday, December 13 from 11:00AM - 12:30PM PDT
This forum will take place *ONLINE* via Go To Webinar
In addition, time is allotted for counselor educators to ask questions and utilize each other as resources to address challenges you face in your programs. For example, in past meetings, we have often discussed how to engage in student remediation practices that supports the student while also honoring our gatekeeping responsibilities.
If you have a specific topic you would like addressed, you can email Professor Leah Brew at firstname.lastname@example.org or Professor David Peterson at email@example.com
Please forward this announcement to your networks, colleagues and post to any list serve that you belong to. This event is meant to serve full time and associate educators teaching in a counseling program.
Interested in attending? Follow the Two-Step Registration Process by:
1. Click the green"Yes" button above to register on the CALPCC website
2. Upon receiving the event confirmation email, click on the Go to Webinar registration link and complete registration
Moderator: Dr Leah Brew, PhD
Dr. Leah Brew is currently the Department Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling. She has co-authored books and journal articles in her areas of research: diversity, basic counseling skills, and supervision. She is particularly interested in researching the experiences of multiracial people, in understanding prejudice, and in teaching social justice. She has also worked as a biofeedback therapist working in two primary areas: peripheral biofeedback for stress-reduction and neurofeedback to treat attention deficit disorder. This experience has created an additional interest in understanding the connections between the brain, emotions, and overall wellness. Currently, Dr. Brew is excited about the new brain research and how healthy brain functioning seems to be related to and can be modified by attachment style.
Coordinator: Dr David Peterson, PhD
David B Peterson, PhD, Professor at Cal State LA, is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC, IA-inactive), and licensed clinical psychologist (CA, IL; IA and NY inactive). Served as a counselor and psychologist educator and researcher beginning 1996 focusing on applying psychological principles to clinical problem solving in counseling, disability, and function. Contributed to 63 scholarly products including one book, 22 peer-reviewed journal articles, 33 invited book chapters (including 9 handbooks), four computer-based programs, served as member of four editorial boards for peer-reviewed journals in psychology and disability, guest editor for two special issues of peer-reviewed journals, contributed to 47 peer-reviewed/invited national and local presentations, and directed/co-directed seven research/training grants totaling over $3 million. Program of scholarship focused on the clinical implementation of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF), and ethical decision-making.