This area provides QTPOC-affirmative resources to counseling professionals and educators, community organizations, LGBT individuals, their families and their allies

Dr. Misty Ginicola - President-Elect

Dr. Jane Rheineck - Governing Counsel Representative

Dr. Laura Farmer - Professional Trustee

Rachel Henesy - Graduate Student Trustee

The mission of ALGBTIC includes the recognition of both individual and social contexts representing the confluence of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, ability, age, spiritual or religious belief system, indigenous heritage in order:​

STATE BRANCHES

resources

Please take a few minutes to check out Publications by ALGBTIC Members.

ALGBTIC 2018 Conference to be held at the

Hilton Portland Downtown​

Emerging Leaders

AWARENESS

for counselors

Early Bird Registration extended to

Friday, August 3, 2018 at 5pm EST.

A special thank you to everyone that visited the ALGBTIC booth or participated in an ALGBTIC event during the ACA 2018 Conference & Expo.​

Check out pictures from past algbtic events here

For questions, updates, information on starting a state branch, or other concerns regarding the ALGBTIC State Branches, please contact one of the State Branch Committee Co-Chairs.

OF CARE

Click here  to download Research Grant Call for Proposals - 2018

EQUALITY

for all

2018/2019

Responsibilities assumed 7/1/2018

our mission

Jared S. Rose

Ph.D., LPCC-S, NCC

President

ADVOCACY

for clients

Click here to see pictures from ACA 2018

Not a Member of ALGBTIC?

ALGBTIC 2018 Conference - September 5 - 7, 2018 - Portland, OR

Special Issue of The Journal

Call for Submissions

Click here for more information.

ALGBTIC and its members have dedicated an extensive amount of time bringing together all the resources you'll ever need regarding issues directly related to the counseling of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender individuals. ​


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Impact Project

QTPoC

The ALGBTIC Emerging Leaders (EL) Program was developed to allow student and new professional leaders to participate in ALGBTIC activities, receive mentorship, and connect with professional networking opportunities.

A Division of the

The Impact Project is a national social media campaign that aims to publicly honor people who have left a positive impact on others, often without knowing so. 


#knowyourimpact