PAU Faculty and Students Present at ACES Conference in Atlanta

October 20, 2021
ACES 2021 Conference
 
Faculty and students from PAU attended and presented at the 2021 ACES Conference in Atlanta, GA earlier this month. ACES is the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, the national organization dedicated to quality education and supervision of counselors. ACES members are counselors, supervisors, graduate students, and faculty members who strive to improve the education and supervision of counselors in training and in practice.  
 
The following sessions or panels included PAU presenters and researchers. Note: while many of the sessions were conducted with colleagues from other organizations, we have only highlighted PAU community members here. For a complete conference program, please visit the ACES Conference website.
 
A Panel Discussion with Editors from the Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision (NARACES), Journal of Technology in Counselor Education and Supervision (WACES), and Teaching and Supervision in Counseling (SACES) 
  • PAU Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs Erika Cameron, PHD
 
Bilingual Supervision, Pedagogy, and Curriculum Development
  • Karen Roller, PHD,LMFT, FAAETS, DNCCM, CT, CFT, C-SCR, RYT-200
  • William Snow, PHD, Counseling Department Chair and Licensed Practicing Clinical Counselor  
  • Blanca Pineda, PHD, Research Project Director
  • Martha Hernandez, PHD, MFT, Clinical Supervisor, Gronowski clinic
  • Jackie Grapa, Student, Master’s in Counseling
  • Mercedes Palacios, PHD, PAU Alumna
 
Discovering Your Cultural Capital: Tapping the Leadership Potential of Minority Counselor Educators
  • PAU Provost & Vice President of Academic Affairs Erika Cameron, PHD
 
Integrating Social Justice, Advocacy, and Personal Values into Counseling Ethics
  • Donna Sheperis, PHD, NCC, ACS, CCMHC, BC-TMH
 
Mapping Solidarity, Liberation, and Activism: A Critical Autoethnography of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Leaders in Counseling
  • Shreya Vaishnav, PHD, NCC, APCC
 
The Consideration of Lifespan Development Through a Cultural and Contextual Lens 
  • J. Kelly Coker, PHD, LCMHC-NC, QLS-NC,BC-TMH, NCC
  • Karen Roller, PHD, LMFT, FAAETS, DNCCM, CT, CFT, C-SCR, RYT-200
 
The Past, Present and Future of Online Counselor Education
  • J. Scott Hinkle, PHD,Licensed psychologist NC
  • Jennie Ju, PHD, LPC
  • William Snow, PHD, Counseling Department Chair and Licensed Practicing Clinical Counselor  
 
Translating Counseling Skills Training: Technology and Pedagogy for the Quality Virtual Classroom 
  • Szu-Yu Chen, PHD, LPCC, NCC, RPT
  • J. Kelly Coker, LCMHC-NC; QLS-NC; BCTMH; NCC
  • Cristen Wathen, PHD, LCPC (MT), LPC (ID), NCC, BC-TMH
 
Transplanting Hope: Training Counselors to work with Severe Chronic Illness and Organ Transplantation in Integrative Health Care Settings
  • Cristen Wathen, PHD, LCPC (MT), LPC (ID), NCC, BC-TMH
 
Who Am I?: Foreign-Born Counselor Educators’ Professional Identity Development Journey
  • Szu-Yu Chen, PHD, LCPC; NCC