2017 TACES Essay Competition!!!
Submit by August 1st, 11:59p.m.
Calling ALL Counseling graduate students in Tennessee!
We want to hear your voice.
As future professional counselors and counselor educators, your thoughts on the needs, roles, and functions of your profession matter. This year, you have an opportunity to develop your counselor identity through the first ever TACES Essay Competition. The top three master’s and doctoral essays will be considered for publication in the Tennessee Counseling Association Journal. In addition, winning essays will receive the following awards AND a free student registration to the Tennessee Counseling Association conference in November 2017:
1st place – $250 award
2nd place – $150 award
3rd place – $50 award
Objectives of this initiative include:
- To develop ethical awareness and competence in graduate students.
- To support advocacy of the profession through scholarly work.
- To engage current and future TCA and TACES members in the organizations.
- To recognize excellence in future counselors and counselor educators of Tennessee.
Essay prompt and rules
TACES Board Meeting
All TACES members are invited to attend!
2017 TCA Conference
(see conference program for details)
TACES is pleased to present the…
Graduate Student Poster Presentations
This forum offers graduate students an opportunity to share their work with other professionals and developing professionals. Poster content focuses on counseling related issues and may include research, literature reviews, and counseling intervention techniques. Cash prize awards are presented!!!
Don’t miss this fun and educational event.
Applications will be available HERE.
2016 POSTER WINNERS!
1st Place Doc Level: Teri Murphy (Trevecca Nazarene University) Compassion and Help-seeking Attitudes Concerning Campus Sexual Assault
2nd Place Doc Level: Amanda Hinds (University of Tennessee Knoxville) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as Treatment for Sex Offenders
1st Place Master Level: Angelica Galvan & Leslie D. Bohn (Tennessee Technological University) Effective Narrative Therapy Techniques with Latino College-Aged Clients
2nd Place Master Level: Caroline Bravo (Tennessee Technological University) Losing a Loved One: Treatment of Grief through Buddhist-Derived Interventions
Social Media Award: Carrie Koehler (Carson-Newman University) The Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy on Music Performance Anxiety