Ethical Issues in Counseling: A Team Responsibility

March 11th 9 am – noon, Hale Kuhina, Windward Community College

This training will provide Ethical standards and Interactive situations for participants.  Counselors will learn how to navigate challenging situations while maintaining ethical standards.  Topics will include fostering trust, advocacy, mandatory reporting, client/community safety, unacceptable behavior, and working in a group setting.

Panelests are Dr. Dorothy Bach, PhD, LMHC, NCC, Chaminade Professor; Dr. Amy Humphreys, PsyD, Mental Health Counselor, Leeward CC; Alissa Gino, LMHC, CSAC, Gino Clinic, Therapist., Kailua, HI

Speaker/Facilitator is Dr. Annie Nguyen, PsyD, Private practice Clinical Psychologist

Fall 2015 news is coming soon

You will soon be receiving an email from the HCA Board of Directors asking  about possible topics for our Fall trainings. We are eager to hear your training needs/wants.  We are a fully certified CE granting organization.  You should receive the email from Stephanie Whiting asking for your input soon.

Mahalo, for your patience as we deal with our technology learning curve.  Sarah Hodell, HCA President

October 24, 2014 – You are a valued Professional

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bernieIn this workshop Bernie discussed the “helping conversation” from a theoretical and research perspective, followed by an introduction of the TRAUMA INFORMED CARE MODEL as a holistic approach in counseling, helping, and advising students and clients.

Alissa Gino and Jennifer Cabe explored the hidden faces of low self-esteem as they present case studies. Many parents or loved ones are shocked to find out that their “successful” daughter or friend is bulimic. Challenges such as anorexia, bulimia, cutting, suicide ideation, and perplexing.  The workshop will deal with possible causes, warning signs.

Stephanie Whiting guided counselors through and strategies to as we help our clients while attending to our busy personal lives, thus “keeping our wells full.”stephanie2.jpeg

HCA Mini-Conferences Rescheduled for Friday Oct, 24, WCC

8:30 am Registration

9:00 am Welcome

Morning session – Chipping Away at Self-Esteem, Piece by PieceBernie Strand, MSW, LSW, CSAC, LAT; Alissa Gino LMHC, CSAC; and Jennifer Cabe, MA, NCC, MFT

In this workshop Bernie will discuss the “helping conversation” from a theoretical and research perspective, followed by an introduction of the TRAUMA INFORMED CARE MODEL as a Holistic approach in counseling, helping, and advising students and clients.

Alissa and Jennifer will explore the hidden faces of low self-esteem as they present case studies. Many parents or loved ones are shocked to find out that their “successful” daughter or friend is bulimic.  Challenges such as anorexia, bulimia, cutting, suicide ideation, are perplexing.  The workshop will deal with possible causes and warning signs.

Luncheon  – a brief HCA meeting and speaker Stephanie Whiting – As counselors we offer support. We hold a space for our clients and their issues and we journey with them as they explore challenges, vulnerabilities and ways to grow. Stephanie will offer ways to keep our “wells filled” as we strive to help our clients, while attending to our busy personal lives. Counselor self-care is a matter of wellness and inspiration. We will look at what truly motivates and inspires each of us.

CEU & NBCC CERTIFICATES – 4.0 units