Associate Teaching Professor Angie Smith Receives NBCC Approved Clinical Supervisor Training Award

Dr. Angie Smith, an associate teaching professor of counseling and counselor education, has received a National Board for Certified Counselors, Inc. (NBCC) Foundation Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) training award.

This award provides funding to support an individual’s attainment of approved clinical supervisor credential that furthers NBCC’s goal of increasing the number of available approved clinical supervisors in practice.

Smith has been a member of the NC State College of Education’s CACREP-accredited counselor education program for nine years and serves as the college counseling coordinator for on-campus and online programs. She researches online learning environments and career counseling issues. She serves as lead author of Developing Online Learning in the Helping Professions: Online, Blended, and Hybrid Models that was published in 2018. Her co-authors are Dr. Raymond Ting, professor of counseling at the NC State College of Education; Dr. Jocelyn DeVance Taliaferro, associate professor of social work at the NC State College of Humanities and Social Sciences; and Dr. Jeffrey M. Warren, associate professor and chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.

She has been a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor for six years and supervises practicum and internship students and licensure-seeking members of the community. The ACS award will enable Smith to enhance her training and extend supervision services to a wider audience.