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Professional Development Workshops

Idaho State University Department of Counseling has been approved by National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 3010. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Idaho State University Department of Counseling is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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2019 Schedule 


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 April 6, 2019 - MERIDIAN

"Is it Okay to be Me?": Ethics in Boundaries and Counselor Self-Disclosure

Tessa Price, MA, LCPC & Kalin Morley, M.Coun., LPC

Research indicates that counselor self-disclosure is typically desired and viewed positively by individuals receiving counseling (Hendrick, 1988). Within the counseling environment, self-disclosure often enters into the room and can benefit the counseling relationship when used intentionally and therapeutically. This workshop will review the ACA Code of Ethics and other applicable codes related to boundaries and use of self-disclosure. The presenters will also review on the research currently available on the ethics of counselor self-disclosure, different kinds of counselor self-disclosure, and the process of maintaining boundaries when self-disclosing arises. 

Registration Fee: $60

Saturday, April 6, 2019, 9:00am-12:00 noon           
Location: ISU-Meridian, 1311 E. Central Drive, Meridian, Room 507















Presenter Bios

    Tessa Price, MA, LCPC, is the past president of the Idaho Counseling Association and the current Chair Elect of the Western Region of the American Counseling Association. Tessa’s professional interests include counselor self-efficacy, the use of clinical experience in teaching pedagogy, and the development of trauma competency. She is currently a doctoral student at Idaho State University in Counselor Education and Counseling.

    Kalin Morley, M.Coun., LPC, is a 1st year doctoral student at Idaho State University. Kalin’s professional interests include the development of counselors-in-training, counselor self-efficacy in the use of self-disclosure, and identity development in young adults. In her daily life, Kalin advocates for self-care and places emphasis on this when working professionally with students and clients.




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