Current leadership lays groundwork for 2012-2013

Yep, Richard
June 2012
Counseling Today;Jun2012, Vol. 54 Issue 12, p7
The author reflects updates concerning the services offered by the American Counseling Association (ACA) in the U.S. He cites his responsibilities as an executive director of the organization in helping it continue its mission and services designed for members. The author also reveals that the organization will unveil its new web site that features improved search capabilities to better connect with like-minded colleagues.


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