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Within our site you will find information about our association, membership, and professional development opportunities. As we continue to expand our site, you will be able to link to valuable information on various human development issues and concerns. Members will be able to access our secure site to read meeting minutes, check the most current membership roster, browse division and committee reports, and receive other member-privileged information.

So spend some time at our site, learn more about our mission, goals, strategic plan, our leaders, and our activities. Students in counseling programs, masters level and doctoral level counselors, or anyone whose interests and activities are consistent with those of the Association are welcome to join us to become part of our counselor network and to gain access to our privileged sites. Please join us and become involved. Finally, feel free to contact anyone on the Executive Council for more information on our association.


Happy Thanksgiving

I want to wish each and every one of you a very blessed Thanksgiving holiday! On that note, I would like to share a story that may serve as a reminder to each of us of what we have to be thankful for as we are each blessed with the opportunity to show compassion each and every day through our profession.

The story is about how Mick Ebeling, founder and creator of ‘Not Impossible Labs,’ is using his belief that anything is possible paired with his technical knowledge to change lives. In November 2013, Ebeling went to Sudon’s Nuba Mountains to help a 14 year-old boy named Daniel who had both of his arms blown off during a bombing. Daniel survived the blast and found hope when Ebeling and his team brought 3D-printers to the region, set up a remote lab and proceeded to create and build a prosthetic arm for Daniel, giving him hope again and restoring his independence. You can read about Daniel’s story and see what has happened since at www.notimpossiblelabs.com or you can watch the video about ‘Project Daniel.’

I have always believed our jobs as educators and counselors was to teach and show our students and clients what is possible, to inspire and equip them with the knowledge, skill, and confidence to make a meaningful contribution in the world using their unique talents. I hope each of you celebrate with your students and/or clients each time they discover the possibilities for themselves in big and small ways through counseling!

Diann Faflick, President

Kansas Counseling Association


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