Section 1. Purposes. The purposes of the Chapter, acting in accordance with the purposes and objectives of both the American Counseling Association and the Virginia Counselors Association, shall be as follow: (a) To advance the profession of guidance and counseling in the Southeastern Tidewater area. (b) To maintain, improve, and encourage high professional standards and professional conduct in the fields of guidance and counseling consistent with the professional standards of our state and national organizations. (c) To unite professionals in both public and private settings engaged or interested in guidance and counseling in the Southeastern Tidewater area. (d) To provide opportunities for educational and professional development. (e) To disseminate information and focus public attention on legislation which would in any way affect guidance and counseling activities in the Southeastern Tidewater area. (f) To stimulate interest and membership in HRCA, VCA, and the ACA. (g) To enhance individual human development by examining conditions which create barriers to individual development and striving to remove them.
HRCA By-Laws-January 3, 2008
Professional Development Meeting
HRCA General Meeting at Regent University
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This page was last updated: December 1, 2014
See you at the Second General Meeting!
~ HRCA General Meeting~
Thursday, December 11, 2014
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
YOU Are Cordially Invited to Attend our First Professional Development Meeting Of the Year!
WHO: ALL COUNSELORS! in Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth & Virginia Beach.
You DO NOT have to be an HRCA member to attend!
COST: FREE for HRCA Members; $7.00 for Non-Members
RESERVATIONS: by Tuesday, December 9th to HRCA Treasurer,
Speakers: Dr. Jennifer Cline, LPC will be discussing "Social Media and It's Effect on Students Today" This accomplished researcher, practitioner, and advocate for students has a wealth of knowledge to share with us! As social media continues to grow and develop, we have to stop and think--how is this impacting our studens?
Charity: The Wounded Warrior Project was founded to ensure veterans who experienced stress-related injuries in combat, and their families, receive timely assessment, treatment and support. The program supports Virginia veterans and members of the Virginia National Guard and Virginia residents. Carol Berg, Regional Director will be the representative for Wounded Warrior Project.
We are here to continue to advance and develop our profession--Join Us!
A Message from the President:
We are HRCA!
We are so excited that you stopped by to visit! Welcome to another year--we are here to serve and empower you! This is your chapter and we are your voices. We hope to see you at our Second General meeting on December 11th at Regent University. Bring your ideas and a friend...Can't wait to see you! How can we improve HRCA?Click here to give your invaluable input to HRCA!
Bianca M. Gregory, M.Ed
A Professional Chapter of the Virginia Counselors Association
Serving Chesapeake, Norfolk, Portsmouth, and Virginia Beach for Over 60 Years!