Welcome to MASERVIC!
MASERVIC is a division of the Maryland Counseling Association (MCA) with the mission of our national organization:
"ASERVIC is an organization of counselors and human development professionals who believe spiritual, ethical, and religious values are essential to the overall development of the person and are committed to integrating these values into the counseling process."
Counseling professionals, students, clients, and the general public are invited to use this website for resources and engagement on the topic of spiritual, ethical, and religious values as they impact, influence, and inform professional and personal development.
This exchange of perspective has the potential for intense thoughts and feelings that can, at times, feel distancing. All effort will be made to honor and respect individual differences and we hope that you will find a welcome and supportive community here.
Please feel free to engage in the discussion board and offer your opinion on topics as they are presented in the spirit of learning and understanding.
All images were obtained from the Pixabay creative commons website with no attributions necessary. These images are meant to reflect universal symbols often correlated with spirituality, ethics, and religious values.
We have been quite active this past year with two workshops and two webinars. If you missed the "May the 4th Be With You Past President Webinar" please find a recording of this meeting here.
Past Presidents: Karol Taylor, Christian Chan, and Stephanie Dailey provided rich, detailed answers to some very difficult questions that are relevant to counseling today. Please enjoy this recording at your leisure.
Honorees at the MASERVIC hosted MCA Awards Banquet:
Check here for upcoming events!
Interested in reading the MASERVIC President's blog? Current topics and pertinent research will be shared on a regular basis.
MASERVIC also hosted the MCA Awards Banquet on May 4th held at Ted's Montana Grill in Gaithersburg where honorees enjoyed light fare and professional recognition for work well done. Please find a montage of these honorees below:
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Please take a moment to subscribe and comment in this first forum topic on metaphor to describe spiritual, ethical, or religious values.
Other topics are welcome!