We have several divisions within the Kansas Counseling Association for your specific interests or your career areas. Many counselors throughout the state of Kansas are involved in the nine different divisions which all also have their own boards, by-laws, policies, and events. We encourage all counselors to get involved!
Kansas Association of Addiction Counselors (KAAC) is an organization of individuals concerned about the trends and issues in Addiction Counseling.
Kansas Association for Adult Development and Aging (KAADA) provides a resource for those professionals working with the aging adult population and families.
Kansas Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (KACES) is organized to provide leadership in promoting professional standards in the preparation and supervision of counselors.
Kansas Association of Marriage and Family Counselors (KAMFC) provides developmental, educational support, and resources to enhance marital and family quality in Kansas.
Kansas Association for Specialists in Group Work (KASGW) represents counselors who seek to assist a variety of individuals through the promotion & development of group methods.
Kansas College Counseling Association (KCCA) is an organization for any postsecondary college counselor endeavoring to foster student development.
Kansas Career Development Association (KCDA) is an organization of individuals concerned with the vocational guidance and career development of individuals in our work-oriented society.
Kansas Multi-Cultural Division (KMCD) counselors who strive to improve cultural, ethnic and racial understanding in counseling.
Kansas Mental Health Counselors Association (KMHCA) is an interdisciplinary division dedicated to maintaining and improving the quality of mental health counseling.
Kansas Counseling Association is a branch of the American Counseling Association. KCA is a 501(c) 6.