Dr. Misty M. Ginicola
Misty M. Ginicola, Ph.D., LPC, is a Professor in the Counseling and School Psychology department at Southern Connecticut State University, and works with children, adolescents and adults in her private practice, Walk in Balance Counseling. Her personal experiences and professional interests have developed into specific research interests and social justice advocacy in the areas of working with diverse clients and teaching multicultural competence, creative counseling strategies, counseling for the LGBTQI+ population, and working with those who identify as Highly Sensitive People (HSP). Dr. Ginicola’s previous and ongoing research studies address the broad definition of multicultural issues, including culture, ethnicity, disability, women’s issues, affectional and gender orientation, among others. Among her numerous publications on these issues, Dr. Ginicola is co-editor of the 2017 book ‘Affirmative Counseling with LGBTQI+ People’ published through the American Counseling Association. She is also under contract for publication through Routledge of a book called ‘Understanding and Counseling the Highly Sensitive Person’.
$15 additional discount to take both the Friday, Oct. 5th training on ‘Affirmative Counseling with LGBTQI+ Clients: Developing Multicultural Competence with Affectional and Gender Minorities’, and the Saturday, Oct. 6th training on ‘You Are Not Broken: Understanding and Counseling Highly Sensitive Adults and Youth’.
Discount to register for both trainings is $265.
Please read the detailed descriptions and CEU information for the trainings on the ‘Trainings Held in Buffalo’ web page for Oct. 5, 2018 and the Oct. 6, 2018.