Conferences, Workshops & Events

NMCA Annual 2022 Conference

4/2/2022 at Embassy Suites. Details to follow soon.

NMCA 2020 Virtual Conference Series

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: From Celebration to Liberation: Promoting Healing, Resilience, and Survivance in New Mexico

Click here to register for this free event

This event will be available from 10/15/2020 – 11/30/2020.

This Virtual Training will award 1 NBCC Approved CE Hour after successful submission of the program assessment and course evaluation. 

Presentation Link (Passcode will come in confirmation email once you register). 

Presented by:
Thomas Anthony Chavez, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor in Counselor Education, Individual, Family
Community Education, College of Education and Human Science
University of New Mexico

Speaker Bio:
Thomas Anthony Chávez is an assistant professor in counselor education at the University of New Mexico. He has provided direct services in both school and community settings in New York, Wisconsin, and New Mexico. Dr. Chavez has focused his scholarly works on Latino health and wellness including work with youth and families of both immigrant and non-immigrant status. He has taught courses in child and adolescent counseling, school counseling, multiculturalism, and more. Furthermore, he has provided traditional medicine education and services (Curanderismo) for 9 years, which incorporates mind, body, social, and spiritual practices. He currently is a member of various professional organizations including ACA, APA, and NLPA. Dr. Chávez is currently the president of the NMALGBTIC Division of NMCA.


*Please Note – CE hours will be formally approved once all conference proposals are received, accepted and submitted for approval to NMCA.

The New Mexico Counseling Association (NMCA) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2032. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The New Mexico Counseling Association (NMCA) is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.