CFP Faculty

CFP Faculty

One of our greatest assets is the knowledge and experience our instructors bring to our CFP Program here at Florida State University. All of our instructors are practicing Certified Financial Planners ® and hold additional licenses and/or degrees that support the specific topic they teach.

Donna Jordan, CFP®, AIF®, CLU®, RHU®

Donna Jordan is a financial planning practitioner and investment advisor. She holds a Master’s degree and four professional designations: Accredited Investment Fiduciary®; Chartered Life Underwriter®; Registered Health Underwriter®; and Certified Financial Planner®.

Ms. Jordan has had over 30 years of experience in a broad range of financial services, to include banking, mortgage banking, insurance, investments, and employee benefits. She has also held several educational positions within her field of expertise.

Gary Parsons, CFP®, CLU®

Gary Parsons is a graduate of Troy University in Alabama and holds the Certified Financial Planner™ and Chartered Life Underwriter® designations. He is a Financial Advisory with Waddell & Reed Inc.

Gary has over 30 years of experience in the field. Along with his work as a Financial Advisor, he teaches Insurance Planning for the FSU CFP Program and he writes a financial planning column for the Tallahassee Democrat newspaper.

Bruce Hagan, CFP®

Bruce Hagan is a graduate of Florida State University and holds the Certified Financial Planner™ designation; FINRA licenses 4, 7, 24, 51, and 66; and is licensed by the State of Florida as a life insurance and variable annuity agent.

Bruce has over 35 years in the securities industry and owns his own business. Along with his work as a Financial Advisor, he teaches Investment Planning for the FSU CFP Program.

Tom Harrison - CFP Instructor
Tom Harrison, Jr., CPA, CFP®

Tom Harrison received his Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Bachelor of Science in Finance from Florida State University in 1996. He joined Lanigan & Associates, P.C. in 1997 and has been a Certified Financial Planner, CFP since 2002. Tom is also a Certified Public Accountant, CPA.

Tom also has served as an Adjunct Professor at Thomas University and Southwest Georgia Technical College.

Steve Halsell, CFP®, ChFC®, CASL®

Steve Halsell graduated from the Florida State University College of Business with degrees in Finance and Management. He has pursued additional education and designations in order to stay on the cutting edge of research and information for his clients.

Steve is a Financial Planner with Prudential and holds the Certified Financial Planner™ designation and is also a Chartered Financial Consultant® and Chartered Advisor for Senior Living®. These designations allow him to serve his clients in their planning needs no matter their stage in life.

Joseph McNair - CFP Instructor
Joseph R. McNair, CFP®, JD, CPA

Joseph McNair joined Warren Averett in 2010 and specializes in the areas of comprehensive financial planning for private clients as well as investment management solutions for institutions and corporate retirement plans.

His prior experience includes work with accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, and Atlanta-based law firm Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen. Joseph is an attorney licensed by both the Florida Bar and the State Bar of Georgia, and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

FSU Commencement Ceremony – Fall 2019

FSU Commencement Ceremony – Fall 2019

Professional Development at FSU from CAPD

 

Fall 2019 FSU Commencement Ceremony Webcast

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Participating Colleges:
College of Medicine
College of Fine Arts
College of Communication and Information
College of Law
College of Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Social work
College of Education
College of Arts and Sciences


Participating Colleges:
Dedman School of Hospitality
Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship
College of Applied Studies
The Graduate School (Materials Science Graduates Only)
College of Motion Picture Arts
College of Engineering
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
College of Nursing
College of Business
College of Music
College of Human Sciences

 

 

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When you are ready, we will be ready.

The FSU conferencing team is here to help, whether it be a postponed event or a new booking, please feel free to contact us with all of your conferencing needs and questions. You can reach us via the contact form at the end of this page.

IMPORTANT: New FSU Interdepartmental Payment Processes

The Controller’s Office and Center for Academic and Professional Development (CAPD) are pleased to introduce a new process for paying for hosted events, as well as student, staff, and guest conference, training, and other program fees for events billed by CAPD. Please note, these new processes eliminate the need for FSU departments to complete an ePRF and generate a check in order to pay CAPD with university funds.

Event Payments

Departments who wish to pay for event services offered by CAPD (room/equipment rental, catering, audio/visual support, etc.) will no longer complete an ePRF through Accounts Payable and will instead complete the CAPD Departmental Event Payment form found on the Student Business Services website here. This new form will authorize CAPD to transfer funds directly from your department to cover the cost of services. The new form can be routed to Sponsored Research or the FSU Foundation for approvals as necessary and, once processed by CAPD, will appear as an “SF” journal on your ledger within three business days.

Registration Payments

Departments who wish to pay for registrations processed through CAPD will complete the CAPD Student Conference / Event Payment form which can be found on the Student Business Services website here.  Rather than request that a check be cut through Accounts Payable, this new form will authorize Student Business Services to transfer funds directly from your department to cover the cost of the conference or event registration. The new form can be routed to Sponsored Research or the FSU Foundation for approvals as necessary and, once processed in Student Business Services, will appear as an “SF” journal on your ledger within three business days.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  1. When is it appropriate to submit each form?
    • When students, faculty, staff, or guests register for events billed through the Center for Academic and Professional Development for whom your department wishes to pay., use the Registration Payments
    • When your department is paying the Center for Academic and Professional Development for organizational conference services charges such as space rental, audio/visual equipment, etc. use the Event Payments
  2. Can I pay for more than one customer/event on the form?
    • Registration Payments – Yes, the form has room for two customers, but is unique to one event ID. You should fill out one form per event. If you are paying for a large number of participants and do not want to fill out several forms, reach out to Student Business Services at ctl-tpc@fsu.edu for instructions.
    • Event Payments – No, the form is event-specific, but does allow you to pay from multiple sources on one form. Questions about splitting payments can be directed to CAPD at payments@capd.fsu.edu.
  3. Do I have to provide the Event ID?
    • Registration Payments – No, the Event ID helps to ensure that the correct charge is covered, but as most participants are only enrolled in one event at a time, it is not necessary other than for your records.
    • Event Payments – Yes, the Event ID is the primary identifier that will ensure that your payment is applied correctly.
  4. Where can I find the Event ID on the CAPD invoice?
    • The Event ID is found in parenthesis in the bold event title at the top of the invoice. Ex: Trauma & Resilience Professional Certification – Level One-03 (16789). In this example 16789 is the Event ID.
  5. Can my department pay using an internal, auxiliary purchase order?
    • No, at this time CAPD cannot accept internal, auxiliary POs as most of their charges are integrated with Campus Solutions, not OMNI Financials.

 

Any questions about this process can be directed to Gil Page at gpage@fsu.edu or 850.645.0918.

 

Please use the following link for a printable PDF version: CAPD Announcement

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Friday, November 1st, 2019|1:00pm-4:00pm|Room 208
Florida State Conference Center | Tallahassee, Florida

ITS Town Hall Meeting

ITS Town Hall Meeting


Thursday, September 19th, 2019|8:30am-10:00pm|Room 208
Florida State Conference Center | Tallahassee, Florida

2019 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence

Webcast presented by the Florida State Conference Center

 

2019 President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence

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Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Florida State Conference Center

Room 208 5:30 PM John Thrasher, President
Florida State University
 
Evan Steinberg, President
FSU Student Government Association

Dr. Karen Laughlin, Dean
Undergraduate Studies

Latika L. Young, Director
Center for Undergraduate Research & Academic Engagement
Room 103 6:10-6:25 PM
The Overhauser Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Domino Effect
Nia Harmon 6:35-6:50 PM
Environmentally Friendly Gas Filled Medium Voltage Cables
Herbert Lopez, Paola Chavez, Ana De Leon, Austin Rodriguez, 7:00-7:30 PM
FLOEMA: The Antimicrobial Peptide Cocktail Designed to Save Florida’s Citrus
International Genetically Engineered Machines Team (iGEM)
Room 114 6:10-6:25 PM
Decolonizing Land & Re-indigenizing Body: The Recuperation of Indigenous Identities in Brazil
Sebastian Mejia 6:35-6:50 PM
“We Write The Ends To Our Stories” Launching a Sole Proprietorship That Aids the Fight Against Sexual Assault and Sex Trafficking at Florida State University
Elisé Nguyen 7:00-7:15 PM
Redeveloping Las Colonias Presentation
Atalya Santos
Room 201 6:10-6:25 PM
The Female Backbone of Immigrant Communities
Sabine Nemours 6:35-6:50 PM
Representation of Hunters in Japanese Museums: Celebrated and Hidden
Chase Boyer
Room 205 6:10-6:25 PM
The Big Lie(s): A Quantitative Analysis of the Visual Imagery Employed to Propagandize Nazism
Zoe Zirlin 6:35-6:50 PM
The Role of ACEs and Household Stability on Emotional Regulation in Adulthood
Celina Meyer 7:00-7:15 PM
Excitation Models of Interval Counting Neurons
Jack Keen

FSU Commencement Ceremony – Spring 2019

FSU Commencement Ceremony – Spring 2019

Professional Development at FSU from CAPD

 

Spring 2019 FSU Commencement Ceremony Webcast

Click on the date below to view the webcast:

 


Participating Colleges:
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Social Work
College of Motion Picture Arts


Participating Colleges:
Dedman School of Hospitality
Jim Moran School of Entrepreneurship
College of Business
College of Fine Arts


Participating Colleges:
College of Applied Studies
College of Engineering
College of Criminology and Criminal Justice
College of Social Sciences & Public Policy
College of Nursing
The Graduate School (Materials Science Graduates Only)


Participating Colleges:
College of Medicine (Bachelors & PhD degrees only)
College of Communication and Information
College of Music
College of Human Sciences
College of Education

 

 

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2019 - Spring | Fall

2018 - Fall | Summer | Spring

2017 - Fall | Summer | Spring

2016 - Fall | Summer | Spring

2015 - Fall | Summer | Spring

2014 - Fall | Summer | Spring

2013 - Fall | Summer | Spring

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Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience: Level One

Level One

Florida State University has launched a new online curriculum for a Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience: Level One. The curriculum was developed by the Clearinghouse on Trauma & Resilience within the Institute for Family Violence Studies in the College of Social Work. The curriculum enables professionals to develop the knowledge and skills they need to understand the impact of adult and child trauma, along with the keys to resilience. Participants will learn crucial information to improve service delivery to clients, students, human services recipients, patients, and other members of the public.

This self-paced curriculum includes 20 hours of course content and ten chapters of research-based readings, case scenarios, multi-media materials, assignments, and quizzes.

This certification is designed for:

  • Social Services Providers, Human Resources Staff, Victim Advocates, & Child Welfare Staff
  • Counselors, Psychologists, Social Workers, & Guardians ad Litem
  • First Responders: Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, & EMS
  • Medical Professionals: Physicians, & Nurses
  • Lawyers, Judges, & Legal Assistants
  • Clergy Members
  • Criminal justice officers and administrators
  • Teachers & Higher Education Administrators
  • Pre-K-12 Teachers and administrators
  • Media Professionals

The benefits of this certification include:

  • Enhancing your professional knowledge, skills, and career potential.
  • A transformative understanding of how stress from Adverse Childhood Experiences can affect the developing brain and impact maladaptive client behavior.
  • A powerful new perspective on trauma-informed approaches to effective service delivery. A discovery of the building blocks of resilience and the hope they offer for healing.
  • Increased self-awareness, a new outlook on personal development, and ways to avoid secondary traumatization.
  • Confidence in your ability to enhance your agency, unit, or teams’ effectiveness.
Why Earn The Professional Certification in Trauma and Resilience?

The Professional certification in Trauma and Resilience through Florida State University’s Center for Professional Development enables professionals to develop knowledge and skills to improve service delivery in a wide variety of human services.

The Professional certification offers the following:

  • Validation to your employer, colleagues, and clients that you have received professional training from a prominent university
  • A thorough understanding of the core concepts of both a trauma-informed approach and the keys to resilience
  • Confidence that you are able to incorporate knowledge of trauma and resilience into your own practice
  • The ability to assist leadership in establishing, strengthening, and maintaining the principles of trauma and resilience throughout the organization.

Advisory Council

The research team at the Institute for Family Violence Studies appreciates the expertise of our Advisory Review Board Members:

James Clark, Ph.D., LCSW 
Suzanne Harrison, M.D.
Carol Edwards, MSW, LCSW
Craig Stanley, Ph.D., LCSW 
Mimi Graham, Ph.D.
Amy Coren, Ph.D.
Shalay Jackson, MSW, D.P.H.
Machelle D. Madsen Thompson, Ph.D, LCSW
Joedrecka Brown Speights, M.D., FAAFP

In-Service Training

K-12 Teachers and School Counselors and School Social Workers

  • This course has been approved for 20 in-service hours for Leon County’s Public School teachers and school counselors.

Participants outside of Leon County must contact their school district to determine credit awarded.

Waiver Support Coordinators

  • The Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities will grant 20 in-service training hours to Waiver Support Coordinators who earn Professional Certification. Please keep a copy of your Certification as proof of your training.

Participants outside of Florida must submit to their own licensing board to determine credit awarded.

Continuing Education Units

Note: The number of CEUs may differ depending on the profession and approval agency as described below.

Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Social Workers

  • Continuing Education Units (CEU) programs are set forth and approved for licensure renewal as outlined in the Florida Statutes and by Chapter 491 Licensure Board. This Professional Certification course is approved for and offers 15 contact hours for clinical social workers, marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors.

Participants outside of Florida must submit to their own licensing board to determine credit awarded.

Nurses, Dentists, Dental Hygienists, and Respiratory Therapists

  • Big Bend Area Health Education Center is a Florida Department of Health approved provider for the Florida Board of Nursing, the Florida Board of Dentistry, and the Florida Board of Respiratory Care. Approved for 20 hours.

Participants outside of Florida must submit to their own licensing board to determine credit awarded.

Florida Lawyers

  • Continuing Education Units for Florida lawyers have been approved by the Florida Bar. You will receive a total of ten (10) CLEs for earning a Professional Certification and submitting your hours to the Florida Bar. The CLEs can be applied as follows: ten (10) towards general education; (0.5) towards Bias Elimination; ten (10) towards Mental Health; ten (10) towards Juvenile Law.

North Carolina Lawyers

  • This course has been approved as a Continuing Legal Education activity by the North Carolina State Bar. Any North Carolina attorney attending will receive 15.00 hour(s) of CLE credit, of which 6.00 hour(s) * will be available to satisfy the substance abuse/mental health awareness requirement, 2.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy the professional responsibility/ethics requirement, and 7.00 hour(s) will be available to satisfy the general requirement.

Participants outside of Florida and North Carolina must submit to their own licensing board to determine credit awarded.

Judges

  • The Office of the State Courts Administrator of the Florida Supreme Court has approved a total of fifteen (15) Continuing Judicial Education (CJE) units to judges and magistrates in Florida.

Participants outside of Florida must submit to their own licensing board to determine credit awarded.

1. About Our Training Program – COST

How much does the training cost?
The training is $349 per person.

Are there discounts available?
Yes, we currently we offer a 10% discount to the following populations:

  1. Active and inactive U.S. Military
  2. FSU Alumni
  3. FSU Faculty & Staff

How do I obtain the discount?
You need a promo code that you MUST enter during you registration process. This cannot be applied retroactively. To obtain the promo code you must supply the following information for each population (email to resilience@fsu.edu):

  1. Active and inactive U.S. Military
    • Send an email from your .mil account, OR
    • Scan and email your military orders, OR
    • Scan and email you military ID
  2. FSU Alumni
    • Full name as it was when you attended FSU, and
    • Date of Birth, and
    • Graduation Year
  3. FSU Faculty & Staff
    • Full name as is found in the Faculty/Staff database

Can I use my State Tuition Waiver?
State Employee Tuition Waivers are restricted to credit courses. This course is non-credit, professional development and therefore does not apply for the tuition waiver.

2. Course Format

How is the training structured?
Our training is fully online and is self-paced. It includes 20 hours of course content and ten chapters of research-based readings, case scenarios, multi-media materials, assignments, and quizzes.

How does the online course work?

  • The course is made up of 10 Chapters which you must work through by completing assignments and passing each chapter quiz with at least 80% before the next chapter is released.
  • You will be able to retake each quiz until you achieve a passing score.
  • Upon successful completion of all 10 chapters, the final exam will be released and you will need to score at least an 80% to pass it.
  • Once you have passed the Final Exam and completed a Feedback survey, the certification will be released.

How long is the training?
We estimate that it will take you 20 hours to complete the training.

Is there a time frame from me to complete the training?
After you register, the training will be open to you for one year (calendar year). Even if you complete the course in a short period of time, the course materials will remain open to you for the entire year.

3. Registration

Who can register for this training?
The training non-credit, professional development and is therefore open to the public. Participants do not need to apply to the University, rather they simply have to register and submit their payment.

Who should register for this training?
This course enables professionals to develop the knowledge and skills they need to understand the impact of adult and child trauma, along with the keys to resilience. It is specifically designed for a multidisciplinary audience, with content that will inform and advance the knowledge and skills of professionals in many fields.

Education Requirements
While there are no special degree requirements to participate in this training, please note that the level of instruction is that of a upper-division college course.

How do I register for this training?

PLEASE NOTE: Access to this course is on another website. Your login information and the link to the course will be sent to you 1-2 business days after your payment is confirmed. If you submit your payment on Friday or on the weekend, your login information will be sent to you that following Monday.

4. Where do I Take the Training and When Does it Start?

When does the training begin?
You can start the training at any time after payment has been submitted and processed and log-in credentials have been provided.
PLEASE NOTE: Access to this course is on another website. Your login information and the link to the course will be sent to you 1-2 business days after your payment is confirmed. If you submit your payment on Friday or on the weekend, your login information will be sent to you that following Monday.

Where do I access the course?
The training portal is https://courses.learningforlife.fsu.edu . This is NOT the same place where you registered. You will only be able to access it once your login credentials have been sent to you.

5. CEUs

Will I receive CEUs for completing this training?
We currently offer CEUs for the professions listed below, practiced in Florida.

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselors
  • Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Licensed Social Workers
  • Nurses
  • Dentists
  • Dental Hygienists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Lawyers
  • Judges

How many CEUs will I get?
The number of CEUs may differ depending on the profession and approval agency, you can find specific information in CEU tab next to this one.

What if my profession is not listed among the ones that earn CEUs?
We are working on expanding the reach of this training so other professions can also earn CEUs.

How many CEUs will I get if I practice outside of Florida?
Participants outside of Florida must submit to their own licensing board to determine credit awarded.

How do I receive the CEUs once the training is complete?
Once you successfully complete the training, we will provide you with the CE broker # you will need to enter yourself. You will find these codes when you are about to download your professional certification.

Call (850) 644-7545 or email resilience@capd.fsu.edu to obtain Discount Codes. Discount codes MUST be used during the registration process and cannot be applied after the registration is submitted, no exceptions.

  • All active/inactive U.S. Military – 10%. Must supply:
    • Send an email from your .mil account, OR
    • Scan and email your military orders, OR
    • Scan and email you military ID
  • FSU Alumni – 10%. Must supply:
    • Full name as it was when you attended FSU, and
    • Date of Birth, and
    • Graduation Year
  • FSU Students – 10%. Must supply:
    • Full name and
    • Date of Birth
  • FSU Faculty & Staff -10%. Must supply:
    • Full name as is found in the Faculty/Staff database
  • Group Discounts also Available

*Discounts are not cumulative. Only one discount can be used per student.

Minimum Hardware Requirements
A functional laptop or desktop computer, tablet or smartphone with a reliable high-speed Internet connection.

Minimum Skills Requirements
Basic computer literacy including the ability to connect to the Internet and navigate the web using URLs, Web search engines and links.

Minimum Time Requirements
The estimated time to complete this certification is 20 hours.

Please note that there are NO REFUNDS. So, be sure that you can take the course before inputting your payment information.

For More Information:

Course Content Support:
Lyndi Bradley, FSU COSW Institute for Family Violence Studies
lbradley2@fsu.edu
(850) 644-1715

Registration Assistance:
Catia Carballo, Center for Academic & Professional Development
(850) 644-7545 or use the contact form below.

For Questions about the Professional Certification in Trauma & Resilience

Introductory
Price:

(limited time only)

$349

Regular Price:
$399

Please Note:
Access to the course is not immediate upon payment and is in a different location than where you registered. Course access information and log in credentials will be emailed to you.
“Excellent course. It offers an in-depth study of trauma and resilience. I especially appreciated the case studies/scenarios and the wealth of resources and references that were provided. I believe this information will be helpful as I consult and work with clients.”
- Melissa Wood, Ed.S., M.Ed

Title IX Coordinator, Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia

“I loved this course. I found it very beneficial to my daily work as nurse in a hospital system. I feel energized and prepared with knowledge and tools to begin work with the Women & Children’s Division leadership to begin to implement a Trauma Informed approach to Care starting first with a focus on Trauma Awareness. Thank you!”
- Mary O'Connor, MSN, RNC, CSSGB

Manager of Community Outreach and Education , Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, Florida

“I’m a certified special education supervisor. The training helps me lead my department in developing trauma informed IEPs and furthering our goal to provide positive behavior intervention and supports to all students.”
- Megan Hogue, M. Ed.

Pupil Services, Grove City Area School District, Pennsylvania

“The course was awesome! I am a non-profit administrator and attorney working with women, girls, and native Hawaiian females affected by trauma and incarceration. I enrolled my entire team and recommended the course to colleagues. Thank you FSU.”
- Toni Bissen

Executive Director, Pua Foundation, Honolulu, Hawaii

“Everyone who works with vulnerable people should have this training, particularly those of us who work in the dependency system. I’m recommending it to my whole Program.”
- Eva Mae Sugg, Esq.

Senior Best Interest Attorney, 19th Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program, St. Lucie, FL

“I really like this training: it covers trauma in depth and is well researched. Each section builds on the previous. I appreciated that they gave me information in ways that were easy to read, and then complemented it with in-depth articles and resources for further reading. I didn’t have to go searching for things. As a practitioner, that was helpful.”
- Rev. Matt Schlageter, M.Div., BCC-APC

Staff Chaplain, Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC

“This course is very much needed for everyone working with people dealing with trauma.”
- Antoine Johnson

Trauma-Informed Care Facilitator, Southern Peaks Residential, Colorado

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