Welcome, Sponsors and Exhibitors!
The American College Counseling Association is delighted that you will be exhibiting with us. Our members are always looking for resources to help support our college students as they enter the Whole New World of College. ACCA conference participants are mental health providers and educators in college, university, and community and two year college settings. Our conference participants spend quite a bit of time in our exhibit hall, we enjoy talking to and learning from our exhibitors. Your sponsorship makes this conference possible so please do not hesitate to let our conference coordinator, Ms. Sylvia Shortt, and our exhibit chair, Ms. Taffey Cunnien, know if you have any questions. Thank you for coming to Orlando and supporting the work of college mental health providers.
We look forward to seeing you in Orlando,
MJ Raleigh, PhD, NCC, LCPC
ACCA President 2011-2012
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Author’s Table Information
List of Sponsors
Healthcare Providers Service Organization – Table 208
Healthcare Providers Service Organization (HPSO) is the #1 provider of individual professional liability insurance throughout the country with over one million healthcare professionals insured. Visit HPSO online at http://www.hpso.com/.
List of Exhibitors
Skyland Trail – Table 100
Atlanta residential non-profit psychiatric treatment. Ages 18-26 Bipolar & Major Depression. DBT and CBT evidenced-based recovery tracks. Vocational Services Program assists in returning to college and the workforce. On-site clinic is available recognizing the important link between mental and physical health. Insurance-Private Pay-Joint Commission Accredited.
EMS’ Total Counseling – Table 103
Total Counseling, a leading-edge data and video management solution, enables counseling programs to document and track student learning outcomes electronically, provide evidence-based learning curriculum to support accreditation standards, offer flexible electronic scoring of rubrics and checklists, and review student progress throughout the program to ensure they have completed all curricular and program requirements for graduation. Visit our table at the ACCA conference to learn more.
ACCA – Table 104
The American College Counseling Association is made up of diverse mental health professionals from the fields of counseling, psychology, and social work. Our common theme is working within higher education settings.
Ridgeview Institute – Table 105
Ridgeview Institute is a private, not-for-profit, provider of behavioral health and substance abuse treatment located in metro Atlanta. Established in 1976, Ridgeview has a full continuum of care with inpatient and outpatient services and specialty programs for youth, women with eating disorders, young adults, recovering professionals and older adults.
Jaywalker Lodge – Table 106
Jaywalker Lodge is located in Carbondale, Colorado – a vibrant and health community in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. A program for men ages 18 and over, Jaywalker Lodge is designed for clients with a history of relapse. Through 12 Step immersion, individual and group therapy, and mountain-based adventures, clients engage in an active, holistic, “real-life” program of recovery.
Student Health 101 – Table 107
Student Health 101 is a web-based health and wellness outreach program that uses social media to communicate and deliver ongoing health and wellness messages to students. Used by over 450 campuses nationwide and in Canada, Student Health 101 is a turn-key solution that engages your students in making more positive decisions.
The Ranch at Dove Tree – Table 109
The Ranch at Dove Tree provides detoxification, residential, partial, and intensive outpatient services to college-aged individuals seeking help for substance dependency and for eating disorders. Located on ranch land just north of Lubbock, Texas, these unique programs specialize in working with both the client and family in the recovery process.
AccuTrack, AccuTrack SQL & Accudemia – Table 202
Engineerica Systems, Inc., presents cutting edge, automated center management software! We continually set the standard in educational center management systems! We offer everything from web appointment scheduling to portable attendance tracking with an IPod Touch or IPhone! Over 2000 installations worldwide.
Seabrook House – Table 203
Seabrook House is a private, nationally recognized, inpatient and outpatient drug and alcohol treatment center located in rural Bridgeton, NJ, only 45 minutes from Philadelphia, PA; licensed for 37 sub-acute detox beds, 72 residential rehab beds and 37 long term Female beds. We also offer a 28 bed long term men’s Transitional Living Program in Westfield, PA.
Pacific Quest- Table 204
At Pacific Quest, we create life-changing experiences through outdoor therapeutic programs that help struggling teenagers and young adults learn to make better choices and live healthy, productive lives. We are an internationally recognized program serving families from all over the world, going beyond traditional wilderness therapy and teaching sustainable life skills on the Big Island of Hawaii. Our Sustainable Growth™ approach establishes Pacific Quest as an innovative leader in treatment for troubled adolescents and young adults.
Pasadena Villa – Table 205
Pasadena Villa is an innovator in mental health residential treatment and transitional services for adults. We offer a continuum of care which includes residential treatment, community residential homes, and transitional living and life skills services. All of our programs are based on our internally developed Social Integration Model.
American Counseling Association – Table 206
Visit ACA for membership information and to purchase our latest books including Group Work and Outreach Plans for College Counselors, The Counselor and the Law, Multicultural Issues in Counseling, Casebook for Counseling LGBT Persons and Their Families, Counseling and Psychotherapy, Experiential Activities for Teaching Multicultural Competence in Counseling, and Statistical Methods for Validation of Assessment Scale Data in Counseling.
Titanium Software, Inc – Table 207
Titanium Software, Inc. makes Titanium Schedule, the leading college counseling center software. Titanium Schedule is used by over 600 college counseling centers in 12 countries.
Fulshear Ranch Academy -Table 209
At Fulshear, we begin with the end in mind: a life of healthy independence and self-sufficiency for each of our graduates. Many young women come to Fulshear having struggled with a myriad of complex emotional and psychiatric issues. They leave Fulshear, however, prepared to step into an adult life built around their strengths and passions. For all young women, but especially those who have dealt with trauma, drug and alcohol abuse, and/or mental illness, finding their place in the adult world can be daunting. Our combination of clinical expertise and strengths-based experiential programming helps young women emerge into adulthood with the vision, confidence, and skills required for independence.
UF&Shands-Eating Disorder Recovery Center- Table 302
Confidential Eating Disorders and Substance Abuse Treatment: Inpatient hospitalization, Partial hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs staffed by University of Florida physicians. Expert evaluations and customized treatment. Most insurances accepted. 24 hour admissions staffing.
American Mental Health Counselors Association – Table 303
The mission of the American Mental Health Counselors Association is to enhance the profession of mental health counseling through licensing, advocacy, education and professional development. AMHCA is the only organization working exclusively for the mental health counseling profession.
NASPA CU Thrive – Table 306
CU Thrive is a joint program between NASPA and AUCCCD. It increases engagement for existing Student Affairs programs such as counseling, student health and resident advisory. It creates a more efficient and effective way to reach students and help them deal with the daily life issues they face.
The Renfrew Center – Table 308
The Renfrew Center is the country’s first and largest residential eating disorder treatment network and has treated more than 60,000 women since 1985. Renfrew provides a comprehensive range of services throughout the nation, including: Residential, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, Psychiatric Consultation and Nutrition, Group, Individual, Family and Couples Therapy.
Kristin Brooks Hope Center- Table 309
The Kristin Brooks Hope Center is a national nonprofit organization that works to prevent suicide through innovative relevant programs. As founders of 800-SUICIDE, 800-GRADHLP and music tours such as Pick Up the Phone we have directly helped over 6 million people access support and mental health services. In 2009 we launched the Alive Mental Health Fair Suicide Prevention Tour which has visited over 50 college campuses and trained over 5,000 students and faculty the QPR suicide intervention program.
Caron Treatment Centers – Table 500
Caron Treatment Centers is a non-profit provider of alcohol and drug addiction treatment. Caron has clinical programs to meet the specific needs of patients regardless of age, gender or severity of their addiction. With experience in treating co-occurring disorders, Caron offers comprehensive programs for adolescents, young adults, adults and families.
Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness – Table 502
The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness is a national nonprofit organization that works to prevent eating disorders and promote a positive body image. We offer educational presentations, support groups, toll-free phone help line, as well as referrals, training, support and mentoring services.
HERO House – Table 504
The HERO House (Higher Education Recovery Option) is a nationwide recovery residence program specifically designed for college students in early sobriety from addictions. We help our young men and women learn how to balance their recovery and education while teaching them the life-skills needed to be successful throughout their life.
School Violence Law – Table 506
SCHOOL VIOLENCE LAW is the only nationwide practice specializing in representing victims of sexual assault, hazing, bullying, discrimination, and other misconduct in schools. Its legal professionals provide free, confidential information to assist your work involving the civil legal rights of students and families victimized by school violence.
Four Circles Recovery Center – Table 508
Four Circles Recovery Center is a state of the art, clinically sophisticated wilderness-based treatment program for young adults ages 18-28 who are struggling with addiction, substance abuse, and co-occurring mental health issues. Blending the best of all avenues of substance abuse treatment, Four Circles harnesses the power of the wilderness to change lives, while integrating proven, time-tested traditional approaches like individual and group counseling, the 12-step philosophy, family work, and a range of cutting-edge clinical services. This winning combination of treatment services has proven time and again to yield lasting change and a strong foundation for sustained recovery.
Kurzweil Educational Systems – Table 510
Kurzweil Educational Systems, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is recognized as the leading developer of reading technology for people with learning difficulties and those who are blind or visually impaired.