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 North Carolina Academy for Stress, Trauma, and Resilience (NCA-STAR) and the UNC Greensboro’s School of Education and Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) recently announced the launch of a new podcast, Trauma Connections. You can listen to the podcast’s inaugural episode and future episodes here. In keeping with the mission of NCA-STAR, this […]
Dr. Kelly Wester, Professor and Department Chair of the Counseling and Educational Development (CED) Department, created a new feature column in Counseling Today with co-author Maribeth Jorgensen from Central Washington University entitled Research in Action. The column, first published in July 2021, provides the applied interpretation of research published in peer refereed journals, for counselors […]
Dr. Christian Chan, Assistant Professor in the Counseling and Educational Development (CED) Department, was recently interviewed for the Counseling Career Stories column in Counseling Today, the American Counseling Association magazine. In the column, titled “Using the power of communities to dismantle oppression,” Dr. Chan mentions a current research project with colleague Dr. Jennifer Deaton (CED) […]
As Dr. L. DiAnne Borders (CED) noted in her recent Impact Through Innovation (ITI) blog, there is an ongoing need for clinical supervision researchers – worldwide and across disparate fields – to collaborate on emerging issues. The Clinical Supervision Research Collaborative (CSRC), co-founded by Dr. L. DiAnne Borders and her colleague Dr. Michael V. Ellis […]