National Cross-Cultural Counseling and Education Conference for Research, Action, and Change
|February 3-4, 2022|
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Priority Deadline – August 30, 2021
Since 2002, NCCEC has served as a professional diversity platform for critical interactions and community building around topics of oppression, identity, society, and social action. This past year has witnessed how Black Lives Matter activists from multiple cultures, those fighting for inclusive transgender civil rights, persons standing against the rise of Anti-Asian hate, and other advocates have consistently fought against the persistent and unrelenting social and political unrest in our nation. These individuals have increasingly acted alongside organizations advocating for the dismantling of systemic racism, pro-human rights, and social justice campaigns for all peoples.
In response to this social and political turmoil, this year’s conference theme is “Advancing Social Justice through Systemic Change.” The tensions between this unrest and the activism of those fighting against it continue to reveal the need for mental health providers, educators, higher education professionals, change agents, and students to be equipped with the multicultural knowledge, awareness, skills, and professional development to meet the social justice demands of the 21st century. This theme encourages you to consider how counseling and education can address diversity, equity and inclusion, systemic racism and oppression, trauma and marginalized communities, and networking with community-based organizations, corporations, local governments, and healthcare facilities.
Major Topics Include:
- Identity Development: Racial, Ethnic, Gender, Sexual Orientation, Spiritual/Religious, and Ability
- Majority Privilege and Social Group Impact
- Cultural and Ethical Competencies in Counseling, Supervision, and Education
- Social Justice, Social Advocacy, and Social Action
- Racial and Cultural Issues in Community, School, and Higher Education Settings
Beth Durodoye, Ed.D., NCC, Conference Chair
Professor and Chair, Department of Leadership, Technology and Human Development, Georgia Southern University
Leon Spencer, Ed.D., LPC, NCC, CPCS, MAC, Honorary Chair
Retired Professor Emeritus of Counselor Education, Georgia Southern University
Lyndon Abrams, Ph.D., NCC
Associate Professor of Counseling, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Terry Diamanduros, Ph.D.
Professor of School Psychology, Georgia Southern University
Kristen Dickens, Ph.D., LPC, ACS, NCC
Assistant Professor of Counselor Education, Georgia Southern University
David Julius Ford Jr. Ph.D., LCMHC, LPC, NCC, ACS
Assistant Professor of Professional Counseling, Georgia Southern University
Alejandro Gallard, Ph.D.
Professor and Goizueta Distinguished Chair of Education, Georgia Southern University
Alexander Hines, M.Ed.
Director of Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. & President’s Emerging Scholars Programs, University of Minnesota–College of Liberal Arts
Nathaniel Ivers, Ph.D., LPC NCC
Department Chair and Associate Professor, Wake Forest University
Amy D. Jenkins, M.Ed.
Graduation Coach, New Hampstead High School
Derrick Paladino, Ph.D., LMHC, NCC
Professor of Counseling, Rollins College
Patricia M. Stewart, Ph.D., LPCC, PYCH OH
Retired Mental Health Professional and Educator, Savannah, GA
Alison Wallace, M.Ed., LPC, NCC
Deborah A. Wilcox, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer Confluency Consultants and Associates Multicultural Organizational Development/
Health and Wellness Coaching Services
Jennifer Perry, Ph.D., LCMHCA, NCC
Assistant Professor, Department of Leadership, Technology, and Human Development, Georgia Southern University
|#NCCEC22 | February 3-4, 2022|
Last updated: 6/30/2021