UCF Counseling Conference
CELEBRATING OUR SUCCESS
Examining the Past, Present and Future of Counseling
The UCF Counseling Conference invites you to join us in celebrating its 10th year as we explore the past, present and future of counseling. This two-day conference will host sessions covering a broad range of topics designed to educate, inspire and motivate helping professionals working with individuals, groups and families.
Nontombi Naomi Tutu
Human Rights and Social Justice Advocate
Ms. Tutu is the third child of Archbishop Desmond and Nomalizo Leah Tutu. She was born in South Africa and has also lived in Lesotho, the United Kingdom and the United States. Naomi Tutu's professional experience ranges from being a development consultant in West Africa, to being program coordinator for programs on Race and Gender and Gender-based Violence in Education at the African Gender Institute at the University of Cape Town. She has taught at the Universities of Hartford in Connecticut and Brevard College in North Carolina. Ms. Tutu has also led Truth and Reconciliation Workshops for groups dealing with different types of conflict. In addition to speaking she is a consultant to two organizations that reflect the breadth of her involvement in issues of human rights: Spiritual Alliance to Stop Intimate Violence (SAIV) founded by renowned author Riane Eisler and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Betty Williams, and the Foundation for Hospices in Sub-Saharan Africa (FHSSA).
Play Therapy with APT CEUs
Counseling Individuals with Exceptionalities
Counseling and Spirituality
Registration opens July 15, 2017.
Regular registration ends January 12, 2018.
Late registration will be available onsite at the conference.
Questions? Contact Jayna Mumbauer at jaynamumbauer@Knights.ucf.edu