New Jersey Association for Spiritual, Ethical and Religious Values in Counseling
- To explore issues of Spirituality as related to the issues and concerns of our clients and the practice of professional counseling.
- To serve as a resource for the counseling profession in developing competence to address spiritual,ethical and religious issues, within the context of an increasingly multicultural society.
- To provide state leadership in moral and social justice issues within the practice of professional counseling.
- To contribute to the development of professional counseling in private, religious and public institutions.
Current Executive Board
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Peaceful Living in a Troubled World
April 23, 2004
Every Friday, no fee charged, Bernice Garfield-Szita and Robert Szita facilitate SURVIVING THE LOSS OF A LOVED ONE
You might be interested in their workshop Dress Rehearsal For Life.
Electronic Discussion Group
The members of NJ-ASERVIC are scattered around the state. We can't easily get together too often. But we now have an electronic discussion list, which will help us keep in touch and share our thoughts and feelings between meetings. Here's how it works: The list has its own email address. Whatever any of us sends to that address will be distributed to all list members. Some list members will have reflections, related experiences, suggestions or comments. As these come in, they will also be distributed to the whole list, and so generate further interactions. We won't have to wait for a meeting, or even for the next issue of Insights and Reflections to communicate as a group. This is a free service, but you do have to register to participate. If you would like to be part of a NJ-ASERVIC email discussion list, please visit the list's web site:
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For a few minutes of your time and someone else's money.......
The American Counseling Association Legislative Action Page and Act for Change are sites for Activism. You can easily send e-mails to ask for change. Messages are already written which you can edit and personalize if you so desire. E-Mail your legislators. These site will find their address for you.
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