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Announcement from the Michigan Association for Multicultural Rehabilitation Concerns (MAMRC) for their Winter 2021 Symposium. Two of our very own NAMRC board of director’s members are presenters!

Accessible PDF: MAMRC_2021_SYMPOSIUM2021_Flyer

MAMRC Flyer for their Winter 2021 Symposium

MAMRC Flyer for their Winter 2021 Symposium


National Disability Employment Awareness Month

NATIONAL DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT AWARENESS MONTH THEME ANNOUNCED

‘Inclusion Drives Innovation’

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy announced today that “Inclusion Drives Innovation” will be the theme of National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October 2017.

“Americans of all abilities must have access to good, safe jobs,” said U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta. “Smart employers know that including different perspectives in problem-solving situations leads to better solutions. Hiring employees with diverse abilities strengthens their business, increases competition, and drives innovation.”

Every October, NDEAM celebrates individuals with disabilities and their contributions and achievements to the American workforce.

ODEP created this year’s theme with input from a wide variety of its partner organizations, including those representing employers, people with disabilities and their families, and federal, state, and local agencies.

In 1945, Congress declared the first week of October as ‘National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week.’ In 1962, the word “physically” was dropped to acknowledge individuals with all types of disabilities. In 1988, Congress expanded the week to a month and changed the name to NDEAM. In 2001, ODEP was established and formally began selecting the NDEAM theme.

Agency Office of Disability Employment Policy

Date August 2, 2017

Release Number 17-0696-NAT

Contact: Bennett Gamble

Phone Number 202-693-6587

Email Gamble.Bennett@dol.gov


WEBINAR: Ethical Considerations in Managing and Preventing Professional Burnout

Click here to download: Ethical Considerations in Managing and Preventing Professional Burnout

ASU invites you to: Ethical Considerations in Managing and Preventing Professional Burnout

  • Speakers: Dr. Angela Hall and Dr. Sekeria Bossie
  • July 29, 2020
  • 10AM to 1:30PM Central Time
  • Cost: $40

Session Description: Research shows that helping professionals such as counselors and therapists suffer from high rates of professional burnout. The tendency of counselors to focus exclusively on the problems of others account for the high rates of stress, substance abuse, depression and even suicide in the field. In addition to the personal ill effects of burnout, providing poor treatment for clients as a result of burnout can be considered unethical.

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COVID-19 & Racism: A Virtual Event on August 5-7, 2020

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FAMCA, ARCA, NAMRC & NCRA Webinar Series

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WEBINAR DETAILS:

FAMCD, ARCA, NAMRC, & NCRE Webinar Series*

Webinar Overview: According to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, transition age youth comprise of individuals between the ages of 14-24 who face barriers to education, training, and employment. This webinar will focus on multicultural diverse populations of transition age youth and the self-advocacy strategies they often neglect to employ to improve their outcomes.

Training Objectives:

  • To increase attendees’ knowledge of self-advocacy strategies within transition aged youth.
  • To increase awareness of specific interventions relevant to the intersection of disability status and race/ethnicity.
  • To identify opportunities to help transition age youth use of self-advocacy skills.

Presenters:

Alexis Duggan, M.S., CRC currently works as a Student Disability Case Manager at Texas A&M University-Commerce. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) who recently received her Master’s degree in Counselor Education with a focus in vocational rehabilitation and clinical mental health counseling. Alexis worked as a Special Education teacher for five years and has the goal of helping adults and adolescents with disabilities gain independent living resources and reach their career aspirations. It is her passion to serve individuals with disabilities and assist them in living their best life. Alexis thoroughly enjoys working with the disability community and looks forward to sharing her expertise through this webinar!

Michell Temple, Ed.D., CRC, LPC/MHSP, NCC is the current President of the National Association of Multicultural Rehabilitation Concerns (NAMRC), a division of the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA). She holds a Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling and a doctoral degree in Professional Counseling and Supervision. She is a doctoral candidate at Regent University, and is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), a nationally certified counselor (NCC), and a certified professional counselor supervisor (LPC). She is also licensed as a professional counselor in the state of Georgia and a professional counselor with Mental Health Service Provider designation in Tennessee. She currently serves as the Mental Health Counselor and ADA Coordinator at Tusculum University.

Continued Education Clock Hour (1) Available:

*The Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling have approved this course under continuing education provider BAP#50-15249 and National Board of Certified Counselors Provider #2010 materials prepared for FCA, 2750 Taylor Avenue, Suite A-36, Orlando, FL 32806.

*The American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA) has approved this course for one (1) hour of CRCC (Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification) continuing education clock hours (CEUs).

CEU Options:

FCA Members: NBCC and Florida Board CEUs are FREE for you. Please indicate which CEUs you are seeking on your registration form.

ARCA, NAMRC, and NCRE Members can also receive one hour of NBCC or Florida Board CEUs for a small fee of $5.00. Please select this registration option and indicate which CEUs you are seeking on your registration form.

CRC CEUs are AVAILABLE for Everyone:

ARCA Members receive CRC CEUs for FREE.

For all others seeking CRC, please note there is a fee, payable to ARCA, in the amount of $17.50 for one hour. However, ARCA is offering CRC credits for our webinar series including “Queering Disability and Exploring the Resiliency of Sexual and Gender Minority Persons Living with Chronic Illnesses / Disabilities” (April 30 from 12:00 p.m. until 1:00 p.m. EST) and “Broaching Race and Culture in Counseling and Supervision: A Tool of Multicultural Competence” (May 1 from noon until 1:00 p.m. EST). For two CRC hours the fee is $35 and for all three webinars, the fee would be $52.50. Please indicate you are seeking CRC CEUs on your registration form and contact the ARCA office at arcaoffice@arcaweb.org to obtain your CRC Certificate.

Click here to register.

Best regards,
Florida Counseling Association


CRCC eUniversity – 30% Off All Online Courses

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2020 NAMRC 27th Annual Training Conference (Postponed due to COVID-19)

“Reimagining the Future II: Shifting Gears To Advance Multicultural Rehabilitation”

Don’t forget to become a NAMRC member!

  • Greektown Casino Hotel, 1200 St Antoine, Detroit, MI 48226 (Hotel Registration Link under HOTEL INFORMATION section below)

Conference Applications

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Conference Program

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  • NAMRC 2020 Conference at a Glance
  • NAMRC 2020 Keynote Speaker Flyer
  • NAMRC 2020 Student Game Night

Hotel Information

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  • Hotel Registration Link
    • Hotel Reservation Conference Rate Cutoff date – TBA
  • Hotel Transportation Information
  • Shipping Instructions

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  • NAMRC 2020 Sponsorship and Advertisement Packages Pricing
  • NAMRC 2020 Sponsorship and Ad Form
  • NAMRC 2020 Exhibitor Form

2019 NAMRC 26th Annual Training Conference

“Reimagining the Future: Moving Beyond Talk To Action”

Don’t forget to become a NAMRC member!

Conference Applications

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Conference Program

Hotel Information

  • Hotel Registration Link
    • Hotel Reservation Conference Rate Cutoff date – Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Hyatt Regency Transportation Information
  • Hyatt Shipping Instructions
  • Additional Hotels:
    • Hyatt.com
      • Hyatt Place Downtown, half a block away, $188
      • Hyatt House, 1.2 miles away, $144
      • Hyatt Centric Midtown, 2.3 miles away, $166
    • Marriott.com
      • Marriott Marquis, located directly behind, $202
      • Alof Hotel, 1 block away, $141
      • Ellis Hotel (boutique hotel), 2 blocks away, $134
      • Sheraton Downtown, 3 blocks away, $125
      • Westin Peachtree Plaza, 1 block away, $179
    • Hilton.com
      • Hilton Downtown, located directly behind the Marriott Marquis, $144
      • American Hotel, 2 blocks away, $134

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2018 NAMRC 25th Annual Training Conference

“Shaping Innovation in Multicultural Rehabilitation”

Don’t forget to become a NAMRC member!

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Pre-Conference Program

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NAMRC 2018 save the date announcement


2017 NAMRC 24th Annual Training Conference

“Contemporary Pioneers: Practicing Excellence In Cultural Inclusion”

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  • Pre-conference: July 26
  • Conference: July 27 to 29, 2017
  • Dallas Marriott City Center, Dallas, TX

Conference Program

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Hotel Information


2016 NAMRC 23rd Annual Training Conference

Changing the Game: Equity, Innovation, and Opportunity

Conference Program and Hotel Information

Sponsors and Exhibitors

New Orleans

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