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AUCCCD Conference | 2022 Call for Proposals

Proposal Deadline May 1, 2022

AUCCCD Call for Proposals
2022 Annual Conference: We the People: United through Connection
October 8 - 12, 2022


With our theme of We the People: United through Connection, we seek programs that promote a sense of connectedness, drive attention to weaving diversity and inclusivity within every facet of the work that we do, and help our students and staff manage the stress, trauma, and challenges that they face.

At this time, although a hybrid component might be incorporated into the conference, we are planning for all presenters to attend the conference in-person. 
Please note: Only current AUCCCD Members and Emeriti members may submit and present sessions, with an exception being for the pre-conference (October 8) only.

In order to complete your submission, you will need the following:

  • Presenter CVs (to upload)
  • Current (within last 10 years) Peer Reviewed Citations in APA format (to upload)
  • School sizes of co-presenters (if applicable)
  • Session description (200 word max)
  • 1 learning objective (75 word max) per Educational Hour
    • Learning objectives should clearly describe what participants are expected to learn; and
    • How participants can apply this knowledge in practice or other professional contexts.
    • Please review the Guidance for Writing Behavioral Learning Objectives prior to submitting your proposal.
    • Verbs to avoid when writing learning objectives: know, understand, learn, appreciate, become aware of / familiar with
  • Please remember to be as descriptive and accurate as possible in the title of your presentation. Many members use CEs for specific requirements, such as ethics.
You will be able to save your progress and return to the submission at any time.

Areas of Focus:
  • Counseling/Clinical Work
    • Differing service delivery models
    • Useful Technology / Innovations in service delivery
  • COVID-19 impacts on service delivery
    • Effects on students / isolation / atypical development 
    • Effects on staff
    • Hybrid Models
    • What have we learned? 
  • Diversity, Equity & Inclusive Excellence
  • Ethics / Law (Impact of changes in legistaltion on student mental health)
  • Leadership and Management Strategies
  • Mental Health Trends
  • Outreach Programming / Prevention
  • Self-care: Director and Staff
  • Social Justice / Advocacy
  • Staff Retention and Development
    • The effect of the "great resignation" on counseling centers
    • Outsourced counseling
  • Trauma
    • Post-traumatic growth
    • Trauma during the COVID era

STATEMENT OF VALUES TO CONFERENCE PRESENTERS

Thank you for your interest/involvement in presenting to members of AUCCCD at our annual conference. Here is important information about AUCCCD's commitment to inclusive excellence, the promotion of social justice, civility, and collegiality. We hope it helps you shape your presentation in a way that best fits with AUCCCD values.

AUCCCD is an organization of highly diverse members on all characteristics of identity (e.g. race/ethnicity, gender identity, sexual identity, religion, and other characteristics of identity) and professional affiliation (e.g. social workers, psychiatrists, licensed professional counselors, psychologists, and other professions).  As professionals, we serve university and college students who represent every facet of cultural identity.  As such, we do not use disrespectful or derogatory images or language about any particular groups, or engage in actions that would minimize or invalidate people because of who they are.

Please note: Only current AUCCCD Members and Emeriti members may submit and present sessions, with an exception being for the pre-conference only.