Professional counselors, including school counselors, private practitioners, clinicians, and agencies, from an eleven county area will converge on Tuesday, September 30, to network together for the common good of students, clients, and communities. The event will begin with registration from 8:30 -9:00 a.m. in the Callioux building on the campus of Schreiner University . The first session will start at 9:00 a.m. The morning will be filled with networking to allow mental health providers to expand their ability to help clients, make referrals, and support agencies and individuals, thereby allowing them to be a better service provider themselves.
Beginning at 1:00p.m., there will be 1.5 hours of ethics training, which is a requirement for licensed counselors. Dr. Lisa Watts will be providing the ethics training free of charge, compliments of the the Texas Hill Country Counselor Association. The THCCA covers the eleven counties of Bandera, Blanco, Gillespie, Kerr, Kendall, Kimble, Llano, McCulloch, Mason, Menard, and San Saba. Everyone associated with mental health, or supporting roles, is encouraged to attend, and are welcomed to join the Texas Hill Country Counselor Association.
Any questions concerning this event may be directed at any of the following officers: Jeff Grote, President, Mason, email@example.com, 325-347-1122 ext. 239; Sherry Eckhart, President-elect, Kerrville, firstname.lastname@example.org, 830-257-2206 ext. 227; Lisa Holdbrook, Past president, Bergheim, email@example.com; Sharon Claiborn, Treasurer, Sharon.firstname.lastname@example.org, Kim Vogel, Kerrville,Secretary, kim.vogel@k’star.org, 830-896-5404; Rhonda Fousek, Senator, Vanderpool, email@example.com, or you can check the website at www.mythcca.com.
You do not have to be a member of THCCA to attend and are encouraged to spread the word to other school counselors, mental health providers, and agencies. Together we can do more.