International Association of Addictions & Offender Counselors

The International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors is an organization of professional counselors and other interested individuals who work in the addictions or forensic / criminal justice fields and advocate for the appropriate treatment for such client populations.

Read a message from

IAAOC President,

Keith Morgen, Ph.D.

Announcements

  • March, 2014 edition of the IAAOC Newsletter is available!

     

    The March Newsletter is now available.

     

    This edition includes:

    • A message from IAAOC President, Keith Morgan

    • News from the Process Addictions Committee

    • Listing of IAAOC events at the ACA Conference

    • Update from Task Force on Integration of Addictions Counseling into LPC

    • Graduate Student Corner:
       Alcohol Use During Pregnancy & Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
       Counseling Latino Families with Addictions
       Student View from the Field: Learning what works

    Go to the Newsletter page to download a copy

  • List of IAAOC-related events for the the 2014 ACA Conference

     

    We have introduced a new page with a listing of IAAOC-related sessions at the ACA Conference.

     

    For the convenience of those attending the ACA Conference in Honolulu in March, we have added a new ACA Conference page that lists events and sessions that may be of interest to those interested in IAAOC and addictions and offender related topics.

     

    You can also get the the page by the link on the menu bar near the top of each page on the website.

  • 2013-2014 IAAOC Officers start their terms on July 1

     

    The officers for 2013 - 2014 are:

     

    President:           Keith Morgen

    President-elect:  Larry Ashley

    Past President:   Geneva Gray

    Treasurer:           Emily Goodman Scott

    Secretary:           Jane Warren

     

    Read about them on the Officers page.

  • 2013 IAAOC Award Winners

    Outstanding Additions / Offender Professional and IAAOC Student Scholarship Recipients

    Outstanding Addictions/Offender Professional Award

     

    Judy Nelson

     Sam Houston State University

    Leigh Holman

    Argosy University

     

    IAAOC Student Scholarship Recipients

     

     

    Regina Moro

    University of North Carolina

    at Charlotte

    Kristina Acosta

    University of North Carolina

    at Charlotte

  • IAAOC has Gone Green with the Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling

    One of the benefits of your IAAOC membership, the Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling (JAOC), will be available in electronic form! 

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    One of the benefits of your IAAOC membership, the Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling (JAOC), will be available in electronic form!

     

    Following the lead of ACA, and in line with the movement of some other ACA divisions, IAAOC is taking part in a Wiley agreement which will allow our journal to be accessed in electronic form. All IAAOC members will have access to the journal online.

     

    However, we need to notify all of our IAAOC members of additional costs, should you choose to still receive print journals. As of January 2012, when you renew your IAAOC membership, you will be billed an additional fee of $25 (per year) if you choose to also receive print versions of JAOC. While all IAAOC members will receive electronic versions of JAOC at no additional cost, those who also elect to receive print versions of JAOC will need to pay a fee of $25 per year.

     

    In order to access your online issues of JAOC, ACA is in the process of setting up a "new journals" page on the ACA website. You will log onto your account at the ACA website, go to this webpage, and gain access to online versions of JAOC. You also will be able to set up notifications on the Wiley site, so that you will be emailed when a new JAOC issue is available online.

     

    In addition, if you have already renewed your IAAOC membership and would like to only receive electronic JAOC issues, please contact ACA as soon as possible!

  • Journal of Addictions & Offender Counseling electronic format

    Reminder that starting with the October, 2012 issue the Journal will be available in electronic format unless you specify that you would like to continue with the print version...

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    This reminder will be appearing in the next issue of the Journal of Addictions and Offender Counseling.

     

    It's a reminder that starting with the October, 2012 issue the Journal will be available in electronic format unless you specify that you would like to continue with the print version.

     

    Note that there is a $25 per year charge to receive the print version.

 

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