AASCBAmerican Association of State Counseling Boards (Alexandria, VA)
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Program credit-hour requirements range from 48 to 60 or more credits, and specific coursework varies across states (AASCB, 2015).
Throughout the life of 20/20: A Vision for the Future of Counseling, the core of the Oversight Committee has continued to consist of the presidential teams of AASCB and ACA, the two cosponsoring organizations.
Taylor, formerly the dean of the University of Louisville's College of Business and Public Affairs and an AASCB leader, believes that ethics is a subject that seems to require grounding that only trained philosophers have.
Even though the challenge for change is recognized, the traditional attitudes towards development of education echo also, for example, in the following quote of Mr Herberger, president of AASCB (1998-1999), during the annual conference:
The population for this year's study was once again the schools currently accredited by the American Assembly of Collegiate Schools of Business (AASCB) and the eight Canadian schools of business that participated in previous surveys.
Licensed professional counselors, along with ACA and its divisions, CACREP the American Association of State Counseling Boards (AASCB), NBCC, state counseling organizations, and counselor educators must assume responsibility for educating the public about the counseling profession and advocating for professional counselors to be able to practice commensurate with their training and to earn equitable reimbursement in providing mental health services to consumers.
While the authors believe strongly that drawing the data from programs at AASCB and ACBSP schools creates a representative sample, there are those who might argue that IS programs specifically accredited by ABET should have been included.
Suspensions and expulsions of ACA members are published in Counseling Today and are reported to several entities: the American Association of State Counseling Boards (AASCB), relevant ACA divisions, ACA branches in states in which the member lives and/or practices, the National Board of Certified Counselors (via the AASCB), and the ACA Insurance Trust.
* Strategizing with the AASCB and other stakeholders to work toward consistency in licensure requirements to make licensure portability possible