"Department of Counseling" Archive

Counseling professor Michelle Mitchell receives AMCD award

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Michelle Mitchell

Michelle Mitchell, assistant professor of counseling, won the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development’s (AMCD) 2020 Young Emerging Leader Award.

Winners of the AMCD Awards are counseling students, counselors in practice and AMCD members who have made extraordinary contributions to the counseling profession and work to eliminate conditions that create barriers to the individual development of marginalized populations.

Mitchell will be honored at the 2020 Samuel H. Johnson AMCD Luncheon in San Diego on April 18.

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Counseling professor Hayden selected as president-elect of group

Seth Hayden, assistant professor of counseling, has been selected as president-elect of the National Career Development Association.

He will serve as the organization’s president in 2020.

Hayden joined the counseling faculty in 2014.

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Johnson named emerging leader of counseling association

David Johnson, assistant professor of counseling, was named an emerging leader of the Association for Humanistic Counseling for the 2018-19 academic year. His year-long term will begin in July 2018.

During that year, he will collaborate with the association leadership, participate in an annual conference and assist the association in various ways.

The Association for Humanistic Counseling is on of the four divisions of the American Counseling Association.

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Faculty books: July 2017 report

Gladding, Samuel T. (Counseling). The Counseling Dictionary, 4th ed. American Counseling Association. July 2017.

Leonard, Bill. (Divinity). The Homebrewed Christianity Guide to Church History: Flaming Heretics and Heavy Drinkers (Homebrewed Christianity series). Fortress Press. July 2017.

Whaples, Robert M., Ed. (Economics). Pope Francis and the Caring Society. Independent Institute. September 2017 (made available in July).

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Scholl elected to American Counseling Association's council

Mark Scholl, associate professor of counseling, was recently elected to the American Counseling Association’s governing council.

His three-year term begins July 2017.

The governing council establishes the policies that govern the affairs of the association and oversees the association.

The governing council is composed of one representative from each of 20 chartered association divisions, and one representative from each of  four national regions. He will be representing the Association for Humanistic Counseling.

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