The NBCC Foundation hosted the 2020 Bridging the Gap Digital Experience: Counseling Together, Apart June 16–19, 2020. This virtual event was held in lieu of the annual Bridging the Gap Symposium because of global health concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year’s event included a mix of NBCC-approved continuing education topics within the overall theme of “Family Matters,” with an emphasis on counseling skills, research, and resources that can improve, strengthen, or enrich families that represent minority and other underserved communities. Sessions explored topics such as: intimate partner violence; infertility and reproductive loss; serving immigrant, refugee, and undocumented families; counseling South Asian families; working with military families; and exploring historical issues impacting modern Black families.
Thank you to all our volunteer presenters and over 300 attendees for helping us make this an event to remember. Stay tuned for information about next year’s event. We hope to see you all in person at the 2021 Bridging the Gap Symposium!
All registered attendees have access to all recorded sessions to view any session they may have missed or to view sessions that took place at the same time as another session. This information has been provided to all registered attendees via email.
If you need access to this information, please email email@example.com. Post-session surveys for viewing recorded sessions will close promptly on July 6, 2020, at 11:59 pm EDT. Continuing education certificates will be emailed to all attendees by July 31, 2020.
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