In this engaging and lively conversation, CED alumni Dr. Craig Cashwell and Dr. J. Scott Young discuss how to address the diversity of opinions and practices related to spirituality/religion and the role of the counselor in bringing mindful engagement to the range of client presentations in relation to this topic.
The Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) alumni, Dr. S Anandavalli, will receive the 2022 Outstanding Research Award from Chi Sigma Iota International, the Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society, for her open access publication, “’Because here, White is right’: Mental health experiences of international graduate students of color from a critical race perspective […]
K-12 teachers and staff are faced with so many mental health concerns and trauma experienced among their students on a daily basis. The pandemic has only exacerbated the prevalence of challenges faced by students, the presence of mental health in the classroom for teachers, and the prevalence of suicidal behaviors seen by school mental health […]
Brittany Gerringer, 3rd year doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, received the Chi Sigma Iota Excellence in Counseling Research Grant for her proposal entitled: “Training Competent Counselors for EveryBODY: The Impact of a Health at Every Size Training on Weight Bias and Its Relationship to Multicultural Competence.” This grant will support the Health […]
Kervins Clement, a 3rd year doctoral student in the Department of Counseling and Educational Development, received the 2021-2022 Empowerment Scholarship from the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. Kervins’ goal is to provide training, outreach, and effective services to individuals who struggle with sexual compulsive behavior. With a goal to evolve the counseling field by […]