Utilize supplied documents to revamp the supplied resume to respond to the following email inquiry.


I hope this email finds you well. As part of GCUs CACREP accreditation process, and your role as a Supervisor to GCU Masters students, we are required to demonstrate that you’ve met the requirement of completing CACREP entry-level counseling degree requirements (CACREP, 3.O).

To show CACREP, we ask that you please send your current CV with Masters degree listed along with listing all courses taken to complete your Masters degree in counseling.

Please ensure the following are clearly articulated in the CV.

A CV (Curriculum Vitae) for a CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs) application typically includes comprehensive information about your academic and professional background, particularly focusing on experiences relevant to counseling and related fields. Here are some common components included in a CACREP CV:

1. **Contact Information**: Your name, address, phone number, and email address. (See Resume)

2. **Education**: List your degrees in reverse chronological order, including the degree earned, institution name, location, and dates attended or conferred. Highlight any degrees or coursework specifically related to counseling. (See Resume)

3. **Clinical Experience**: Detail any supervised clinical experiences, internships, practicums, or counseling-related work experiences. Include the name of the organization or site, your role, duration, and a brief description of your responsibilities and accomplishments.(See Resume)

4. **Professional Licensure and Certification**: If applicable, list any counseling licenses, certifications, or credentials you hold, along with the issuing authority and expiration dates. (see resume)

5. **Teaching Experience**: Include any teaching or training experiences related to counseling or related fields. Mention courses taught, institutions, dates, and any special responsibilities or achievements. (PCN-644 Evaluation of Mental and Emotional Status 10-5-23/2-7-24, PCN-500 Counseling Theories 4-11-24/Currently)

6. **Research and Publications**: Provide a list of any research projects you’ve been involved in, publications (such as journal articles, book chapters, or conference presentations) related to counseling, and any grants or funding received for research. (None Presently)

7. **Professional Memberships**: Mention any professional associations or organizations related to counseling that you are a member of. (See Resume)

8. **Clinical Supervision Experience**: If you have experience providing clinical supervision to counselors-in-training or other mental health professionals, detail that experience, including the number of hours and settings.(Documented Clinical Supervision Hours of (733 indirect hours, 855.5 direct hours providing all aspects of mental health counseling such as Assessment, Individual Counseling, Family Counseling, Couples Counseling, Client Education, Crisis Intervention, Group Counseling, Individual Supervision, Group Supervision, Treatment Planning and Development, Individual Client progress notes and Preparation)

9. **Service and Leadership**: Highlight any leadership roles or service activities related to counseling, such as serving on committees, volunteering, or involvement in professional associations. (Need to include service as Liason to Meridian Mayors Anti-Drug Coalition 2010 – 2014)

10. **Professional Development and Training**: List any workshops, conferences, seminars, or continuing education courses you’ve attended relevant to counseling. (Idaho Conference on Alcohol and Drug Dependency (ICADD) from 2009- 2023),

11. **Skills and Specializations**: Mention any specialized skills, areas of expertise, or populations you have experience working with in counseling. (CBT, DBT)

12. **References**: Provide a list of professional references who can speak to your qualifications and experiences, including their names, titles, affiliations, contact information, and their relationship to you. (Scott Brooks LCPC, State of Idaho Clinical Supervisor 208-421-1241, Jeremy Clark LCPC, State of Idaho Clinical Supervisor 208-559-3608, Dr. Charlotte Phillips Grand Canyon University 443-604-0998, Dr. Startashia Dillard Grand Canyon University 602-639-7225)

When preparing your CACREP CV, ensure that it is well-organized, concise, and tailored to highlight your qualifications and experiences relevant to CACREP accreditation standards and requirements.