A. Magana, RGC
A.Magana is a registered counselor was born on October 23, 1986 in Makati, Metro Manila. She is working as a Counselor at Commission on Filipinos Overseas. Listed as her special skill/hobby is the Filipino Sign Laguage Learning.
A. Magana finished her elementary education (year 1999) at Dona Pilar C. Gonzaga Elementary School and her secondary education (year 2003) at Jose Rizal University. On 2007, she graduated from St. Paul University Manila with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She had her MA in Counselling on year 2012 at De La Salle University Manila. From November 1, 2006 to April 1, 2007. She became a Guidance Secretary at St. Paul University Manila and eventually became the Guidance Counselor/Psychometrics at St. Paul University Manila. She is currently working at Commission on Filipinos Overseas as a counselor. Azucena attended the following training programs/seminars: “Drug Abuse Assessment and Intervention Training Course” on May 28, 2010 conducted by Family Wellness Center Foundation, Inc., “Enhancing the SPC Counselors’ Emotional Well-being” on June 25-26, 2010 conducted by St. Paul of Chartres Education Ministry, “Enriching Lives Through A Professional Career Portfolio” on Oct. 14-15, 2010 conducted by Career Development Association of the Philippines, “Gender Sensitivity Training For Men and Women” on May 16-17, 2011 conducted by St. Paul University Manila, “Positioning Counselors as Strategists and Trailblazers in the Career Development of Students” on Sept. 7-9, 2011 conducted by Integrated Professional Counselors Association of the Philippines, “Developing Responsive Programs and Services: Towards and Evidence-based Practice in Guidance” on March 7-9, 2013 conducted by Integrated Professional Counselors Association of the Philippines, “Staying In Love” on May 24, 2013 conducted by Southeast Asia Interdisciplinary, “Making A Difference against Bullying and HIV-AIDS” on Sept. 18, 2013 conducted by Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines, “Documentation of the Counselling Process” on November 28, 2013 conducted by De La Salle University Manila, “Towards Globally Competitive Counsellor” on May 13, 2014 conducted by Philippine Guidance Counsellors Association, “Moving to Evidence-based School Counselling Practice and its Implementation in the K-12 Program” on Sept. 17, 2014 conducted by St. Paul University Manila, and “Ako para sa Bata National Conference” on December 4-5, 2014 conducted by Child Protection Network. A.Magana is a member of the following association/organizations: Philippine Guidance Counsellors Association, and Integrated Professional Counselors Association of the Philippines. She recently participated in the Cultural Immersion program for marriage migrants in Japan.