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CCAPS Guided Tour

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Jonathan Kandell, Kathleen Niegocki, Haley Pierson, and David Gilles-Thomas
The Guided Tour to your CCAPS Journey
Commission for Counseling
and Psychological Services
Why become
a CCAPS member?
Mission and Values

The mission of the Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services (CCAPS) is to provide leadership and support for professionals dedicated to providing counseling and psychological services in settings of higher education, within the context of a student development philosophy. Our values include:

> Promoting human development in community colleges, colleges and universities;
> Supporting and encouraging the exchange of ideas, innovations, research and standards among counseling
professionals and educators;
> Embracing the multiple perspectives of professional disciplines within college/university counseling;
> Promoting social justice and equity;
> Encouraging collaboration across all Student Affairs areas; and
> Providing opportunities to become involved in participatory leadership.
Commission for Counseling
and Psychological Services
Coming Up
> Connect with other professionals and students who are interested and involved in counseling
and psychological services in higher education

> Membership is FREE if you are already a member of ACPA

> Keep aware of current events in the profession

> Opportunities to become involved in leadership and mentoring

> Gain assistance with ethical issues & keep informed about professional standards

> Help shape the agenda of ACPA & student affairs
> Individual at a Member College/ University-$79
> Individual at Member Organization -$79
> Individual at Non-Member College/ University -$129
> Individual at Non-Member Organization -$129
> Full-Time Undergraduate Student- $29
> Full-Time Graduate Student Option 1 -$39. Electronic subscription to the
Journal of College Student Development
> Full time Graduate Student Option 2-$55. Print subscription to the Journal of
College Student Development is provided.
> Transitional-$75
> Emeritus-$0
To be a member of CCAPS,
you need to join ACPA
Then joining CCAPS is completely FREE!
If already
an ACPA member,
> Archives
> Awards
> Continuing Education
> Elections
> Membership
> Newsletter
> Program
> Publicity
> Technology
> Website
CCAPS Committees
> Archives
Purpose – Maintain the Commission’s archival records

> Awards
Purpose - To publicize, retrieve submissions and select recipients for the CCAPS-sponsored awards (Joan Dallum Graduate Student Research Award, Early Career Award, Mid-Level Career Award, Lifetime Achievement Award, and Thomas M. Magoon Excellence in Counseling Award).
> Continuing Education
Purpose – Maintain five-year American Psychological Association (APA) accreditation as a CE sponsor and apply for annual accreditation as CEU sponsor from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Plan, organize and implement the procedures for selection of CE sponsored programs for the annual ACPA Convention. Facilitate the process through which members who are licensed attain continuing education credits for attending convention programs.

> Elections
Purpose - Responsible for coordinating the nomination and election process for positions on the CCAPS Directorate Body and Commission Chairperson

> Membership
Purpose - To promote and maintain membership in the Commission
> Technology
Purpose – To explore, implement, and promote CCAPS’ use of advancing technology and social media in accomplishing its mission and goals. To consult with other CCAPS committees to aid them in their work.

> Website
Purpose – To maintain the CCAPS website.
> Thomas M. Magoon Excellence in Counseling Award
Purpose: The Thomas M. Magoon Excellence in Counseling Award recognizes innovative programming or service achievements by a university or college counseling agency. This award is given in the spirit of the long-standing CCAPS/ACPA conference presentation entitled Innovations in Counseling, and in particular in honor of the originator and coordinator of that presentation, the late Dr. Thomas M. Magoon.

> Joan Dallum Graduate Student Research Award
Purpose: The Joan Dallum Graduate Student Research Award encourages quality research by graduate students and entry level professional in counseling and human development by recognizing their accomplishment to the members of CCAPS. The recognition includes a certificate plaque and cash stipend for the winner.
> Join CCAPS!
For non-ACPA members: [http://members.myacpa.org/Scripts/4Disapi.dll/4DCGI/acpajoin/intro.html?Action=join]

For ACPA members: [http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-membership/ccaps-joinlistserv]

> Read our award-winning newsletter
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-newsletters/ccaps-archives]

> Subscribe to the CCAPS listserv
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-membership/ccaps-joinlistserv]
Becoming Involved
with CCAPS
> Attend CCAPS meetings, programs, & social events at the ACPA convention
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-convention/current-convention]

> Become a committee member
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-activities/ccaps-committees-a-handbooks]

> Seek election to the Directorate
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-directorate/ccaps-current-directorate]

> Submit articles to our newsletter (Contact Newsletter Editor)
Be sure to “Like” us on Facebook at
Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services

http://www.facebook.com/CommissionForCounselingAndPsychologicalServices?fref=ts
Check us Out
Introduction
Who We Are

The Commission for Counseling & Psychological Services (CCAPS) is a diverse group of professionals who provide counseling and psychological services to students in higher education. Our membership is comprised of counselors, psychologists, social workers, graduate students, and other mental health professionals. When one considers the professional disciplines represented in our membership, and the campus settings in which we work, CCAPS is truly a multicultural commission. We aim to create an atmosphere of inclusiveness within the organization where all members feel supported and encouraged and their multiple perspectives are embraced.
> Become a member

> Get Involved

> Committees

> Awards

> History

> Sponsors

> Contact Us
Become a Member
Committees
CCAPS Committees
CCAPS Committees
CCAPS Committees
CCAPS Awards
> Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award

> Mid-Level Career Achievement Award

> Early Career Achievement Award

> Thomas M. Magoon Excellence in Counseling Award

> Joan Dallum Graduate Student Research Award
CCAPS Awards
> Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award
Purpose: To honor and reward the exemplary achievements of an individual’s significant and continuous contributions to the field of college and university counseling and psychological services. This award recognizes the depth and breadth of an individual’s impact on the profession of university and college counseling and psychological services and the sustained contribution to the profession over time. This is the highest recognition awarded by the Commission.
CCAPS Awards
> Mid-Level Career Achievement Award
Purpose: To honor and reward the exemplary achievements of an individual’s mid-level career contributions to the field of college and university psychological services.

> Early Career Achievement Award
Purpose: To honor and reward the exemplary achievements of an individual’s early significant contributions to the field of college and university counseling and psychological services.
CCAPS Awards
Get Involved!
Becoming Involved
with CCAPS
New 2012-2013 Directorate Class
Awards
Meet the Leadership
History of CCAPS
CCAPS
In 1963, thirteen “commissions” were appointed by the ACPA Chair, one of which was our commission, Commission VII: Counseling, Testing, and Advising. Barbara Kirk, of the University of California at Berkeley, was the first chairperson.
1960s:

> The name of our commission was changed to “Counseling,” while “Testing” and “Advising” split off to
form their own separate commissions.

> 1964: The first Innovations in College Counseling program, developed by Thomas Magoon, was offered
at the Annual Convention. In 1967 it was sponsored by the Commission for the first time.

> 1965: Thomas Magoon became chair of the commission. We only had 15 members at this time.

1970s:

> Dramatic growth: Anyone interested in college counseling was invited to our meeting at the 1973
Convention of Cleveland.

> The Newsletter was created (Joe Diordio was the first editor).

> We were now sponsoring convention programs. Regional workshops were also developed.
Our
History
CCAPS - Our History
CCAPS
CCAPS - Our History
1980s:

> Commission VII became increasingly involved in developing standards for counseling in Student
Affairs. In 1985 we won an award for Excellence in Professional Collaboration for the work we did in
developing these standards, in conjunction with the Association for University and College
Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) and the International Association of Counseling Services (IACS).

> Discussion began about changing our name from “Counseling” to something more representative of
who we are, e.g., “Counseling Centers and Services.”  In 1987 the name officially became
"Commission VII: Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services"

> We continued to develop our own internal committees. In 1986–87, there were seven committees:
Program, Newsletter, Professional Development, Professional Issues, Membership and Research.

> Liaison relationships were also strengthened and formalized during this period.

> Our Graduate Student Research Award was first awarded at the 1986 ACPA Convention.
1990s:

> Our Graduate Student Research Award was renamed to the Joan Dallum Graduate Student Research Award. Joan
Dallum was a very active member of the Commission VII Directorate who was diagnosed with cancer. During her
struggle with cancer, she had remained very involved with the Commission. This decision was made following
her death in 1990 to recognize her dedication and contributions to our organization.

> 1994: The decision was made to continuously sponsor the Innovations in College Counseling program at each
annual convention. Each year, this program had been among the most popular and well-attended programs at
the Convention so the Directorate made the decision to make it one of the programs that would automatically
be Commission-sponsored each year.

> Dramatic membership growth. By the mid 90s we were close to 1,200 members.

> CE credits now offered.

> Our webpage was developed, the Counseling Center Village was created, and a listserv for members was
established.
CCAPS - Our History
2000s:

> 2002: ACPA did away with numbering commissions. Commission VII became known solely as the
Commission for Counseling and Psychological Services (CCAPS).

> At the 2004 ACPA Convention, the CCAPS-sponsored Early Career, Mid-Career, and Lifetime
Achievement Awards were established and first awarded.

> Two inaugural awards were established at the 2006 Convention. The Thomas M. Magoon Innovation
Award recognized innovative programming or service achievements by a university or college
counseling agency, and the Agency Award for Excellence, was created to recognize the outstanding
and distinguished work of a university or college counseling agency during the past year.

> 2011: CCAPS celebrated its 50th Anniversary.
CCAPS - Our History
Sponsors / Contact Us
Association for the Coordination of Counseling Center Clinical Services (ACCCCS) – professional organization for clinical services coordinators and clinical services directors representing colleges and universities.

Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies (ACCTA) - an organization of Psychology Internship Training Programs within College and University Counseling Centers in the United States and Canada.

Association for University and College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD) – professional organization to assist college/university directors in providing effective leadership and management of their centers.

Carolina House - residential eating disorders treatment facility for women ages 17 and older.

International Association of Counseling Services - the accreditation association for university and college counseling services.

Medicat - provider of healthcare information technology to colleges and universities.

The National Behavioral Intervention Team Association (NaBITA) - provides education, resources and support to behavioral intervention team professionals in schools.

Point and Click Solutions - provides a complete suite of computer products specifically designed for college health.

Public Identity - provides promotional products and marketing services.

Division 17 of the American Psychological Association - Society of Counseling Psychology.
CCAPS Sponsors
CCAPS
Organizational Chart
CHAIR
(
Carolyn Bershad
)

PAST CHAIR [ends 3/6/13] CHAIR-ELECT [starts 3/6/13]
(
Jane Bost
) (
Dwaine Campbell
)


Directorate [3 year term] Committees

2011-2014 2012-2015 2013-2016
CCAPS
Directorate Members
CCAPS
Directorate Members
CCAPS
Directorate Members
2011-2014
Kelly Case-Simonson Private Practice
Quinton (Bud) Edwards DePauw University
Mahlet Endale Emory University
Chetan Joshi Franklin & Marshall College
Jade Logan St. Joseph's University
Elizabeth (Ellie) Olson Simpson College
2012-2015
Melissa Bartsch University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Dwaine Campbell University of Michigan
Joy Harden University of Georgia
Jonathan Kandell Universities at Shady Grove
Eric Klingensmith Grand Valley State University
Marilia Marien University of Pennsylvania
Marie Shaw Bucknell University
Meggen Sixbey University of Florida
JaNae' Taylor Old Dominion University
Monica Williams Georgia Southern University
CCAPS - Our History
If you want more CCAPS History ---

> The First 25 Years --
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-newsletter/ccaps-current/1578-ccaps-the-first-25-years]

> The Second 25 Years --
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-newsletter/ccaps-current/1579-ccaps-the-second-25-years]

> Mitakuye Oyasin ("We Are All Related") -- 50th Anniversary Video (15 min.) >>>>
--- History of CCAPS and Counseling Center Profession

> Discovering Alyce --
[http://www2.myacpa.org/ccaps-activities/ccaps-ccaps-50th-anniversary]

> Maryland Databank -- [http://www.myacpa.org/comm/ccaps/maryland_databank.pdf]
CCAPS Committees
> Newsletter
Purpose – To provide Commission members with information about Commission activities as well as counseling center activities, events and issues important to professionals of college and university counseling centers. Publish three issues per year of the Counseling and Psychological Services Newsletter.

> Program
Purpose – Plan, organize and implement the procedures for selection of CCAPS-sponsored programs for the annual ACPA Convention.

> Publicity
Purpose – To publicize Commission-sponsored programs and continuing education approved programs to local schools in the location of the annual convention and to CCAPS members during the annual convention.
Some CCAPS Members
CCAPS is FUN!
2013-2016
Jennie Bingham University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Noelle Savatta Portland State University

Graduate Student Representative

Jill Fay University of North Carolina
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