The Department of Counselor Education
The course is scheduled to meet online between July 8th and August 16th, 2019.
This course will provide training in addiction counseling, motivational interviewing, and the application of motivational enhancement techniques in both group and individual treatment modalities....
Session II: Friday, April 5 – Saturday, April 6, 2019, 9:00 - 5:00
International Counseling: What is it? How is it done?
Judith C. Durham, APRN, Ph.D., N.C.C., A.C.C., LPC
Over the past ten years, there has been a proliferation of opportunities for, and information about, International...
The Department of Counselor Education is proud to announce CACREP Accreditation of the Ph.D. program in Counselor Education and Counseling.
As the only doctoral program of its kind in the state, we serve master’s level clinicians (largely school counselors and mental health counselors) who wish...
Our mission is to foster a learning environment where personal awareness and professional identity are paramount. We train students to be reflective and practice with integrity. Our graduates develop holistic and developmentally informed understandings of the people they serve and empower them in ways that instill hope, embrace diversity, and create optimal wellness.
Thursday, January 10: First day of Spring Semester Classes
Friday/Saturday, January 11/12: Psychopharm Workshop
Monday, January 21: Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No classes, offices closed
Friday/Saturday, February 8/9: Session I - Spring Worshop - Working with the Body in Trauma Counseling
Monday, February 18: Presidents' Day - No classes, offices closed
Monday-Friday, March 25-29: Spring break- No classes
Friday/Saturday, April 5/6: Session II - Spring Workshop - International counseling: What is it? How is it done?
Friday, April 26: Last day of regular classes
Monday-Friday, April 29-May 3: Final Exams
Saturday, May 4: Commencement