About the Networking Breakfasts
The Networking Breakfasts are a great opportunity for all attendees to reach out to other professionals working in other professions in order to expand their resources while, among other purposes, working toward improving communications and working relationships between the mental health, addictions, criminal justice, and law professions in order to better serve the client and community, and assist in reducing recidivism.
Every morning is functionally a networking breakfast, and all attendees are encouraged to attend, and reach out to other attendees from other professions.
The NAFC was the first to establish post graduate standards, guidelines, and professional responsibility to identify a competent workforce in the mental health, criminal justice, addictions and corrections professions in the very specialized areas of forensic counseling and criminal justice counseling and supervision.
NAFC has consistently been a leader in promoting safe and effective treatment and supervision of offenders in both civil and criminal cases, improving communication between the clinician and criminal justice system, and enhanced protection of the public. The NAFC Mission is to Promote Competency and Training among Persons Working with Criminal Offenders.
The Certification for the Forensic Counselor and Criminal Justice Specialist
The National Association of Forensic Counselors is the first and largest independent multi-disciplinary credentialing board representing the Forensic Counselor and Criminal Justice Specialist.
Karla M. Taylor
Katelynn M. Chaffee
Emma G. Hoffey
Xarai A. Courter
Abigail F. Campos
Jeanine T. Seka
The American Academy of Certified Forensic Counselors (AACFC) is the Certification Commission of the National Association of Forensic Counselors.