He was a member of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Association for Specialists in Group Work, Association for Adult Development Aging, Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired, and American Rehabilitation Counseling Association.
What does ARCA stand for?
ARCA stands for American Rehabilitation Counseling Association
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- Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant
- Anglican Roman Catholic Dialogue in the United States
- Agricultural Research Council-Vegetable and Ornamental Plant Institute (South Africa)
- Association for Retarded Citizens of Illinois
- Accreditation Review Council on Education in Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting (Littleton, CO)
- Association for Retarded Citizens/United States
- Alleged RC4 (algorithm)
- Advanced Reservation of Capacity Agreement (National Grid)
- Advanced RISC Computing Architecture
- AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta (Georgia)
- American Rehabilitation Counselors Association
- American Rock Crawling Association (now Rock Crawlers Association of America)
- American Roof Cleaners Association (Thomasville, GA)
- Apollo Root Cause Analysis (trademark of Apollonian Publications, LLC)
- Area(s) Requiring Corrective Action
- Asbestos Removal Contractors Association
- Asociación para la Defensa de los Recursos Naturales de Cantabria (Spanish)
- Associate of the Royal College of Art
- Association for Residency and Citizenship of America
- Attached Resupply Carrier
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Other professional organizations that have played an important role in his career are the American Counseling Association and the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association.
CRCC was developed in 1973 as a joint venture between NRCA and the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA) (McAlees, 1993).
For example, the term is used several times by the President of the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association in a recent "President's Message" (Walker, 1992), and it is occasionally used, even in major rehabilitation counseling texts (e.
More recently, Noble and McCarthy (1988), based on the results of a telephone follow-up of members of the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA), concluded: .
Examples of rehabilitation professional associations which have codes of ethics include: the National Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector (NARPPS), the Vocational Evaluation and Work Adjustment Association (VEWAA), the National Rehabilitation Administration Association (NRAA), the National Rehabilitation Counseling Association (NRCA), and the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA).