ACA's first African-American President, Dr. Thelma Daley, talks
about finding the leader within, advocating for the profession,
modeling and mentoring, and staying strong.
About the Podcast
The American Counseling Association’s podcast, The Voice of Counseling, is dedicated to serving the professional counseling community by showcasing essential matters impacting counselors, clients, and the profession. Tune in to episodes on topics including advocacy, the business of counseling, the Interstate Counseling Compact, cultural responsiveness, and many areas pertaining to the practice of counseling and mental health care. Episodes highlight various perspectives on mental health and wellness while featuring subject matter experts with diverse paths within the counseling profession as well as mental health advocates from various backgrounds and organizations. Hosted by ACA staff members and ACA leadership, season two of The Voice of Counseling podcast is here to provide you with needed dialogues to help inform, inspire, and empower listeners.
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