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Dr. Susan Hammonds-White, current president of the Tennessee Health-Related Board for Professional Counselors, has been elected to a national position. She serves as president of the American Association of State Counseling Boards (AASCB). This organization is a clearinghouse for information regarding national issues for professional counselors, including such concerns as licensure portability.

 

Mental Health America
TLPCA was honored at the 2012 21st Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony of Mental Health America as the Collaborative Agency of the Year for our collaboration with MHA in educational trainings and partnering with them to provide our office support.

  The Susan B. Hammonds-White Award -
The original board members created a leadership award in Susan Hammond-White’s name to demonstrate our appreciation for her pioneer efforts on behalf of mental health counselors in our state. Susan had never received public acknowledgement for her tireless work on legitimizing our profession in Tennessee. This award was established as an annual award at our 2nd year conference.

Susan B. Hammonds-White Award Recipients 

2016 - Rob Moore
2015 - Shawn Spurgeon
2014 - Monica Schmidt
2013 - Lorraine Jefferson
2012 - Kim Speakman
2011 - Robin Lee
2010 - Kay Arnold
2009 - Nancy Truett
2008 - Cindy Sneed
 

The Community Service Award - The community service award was created to honor a member of the community that has helped to promote LPC's in Tennessee.

TLPCA Community Service Award Recipients
2016 - Diane Bradley and Robbie Hutchens
2015 - Steve Sheehan
2014 - Terry Casey
2013 - Webster Bailey
2011 - Peter Wilson
2010 - Kittie Myatt
2009 - Dan Edwards

 

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