For any of our students interested in counseling those serving in the military and their families, please check out this article from Counseling Today.
Thanks to Dr. Mauk for sending this along:
The first issue of a new journal, Military Behavioral Health (http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/umbh20), was recently published, and I thought some people on the Counseling Programs Listserv might be interested in the article I have attached, which was in the first issue of the journal: An Occupational Mental Health Model for the Military (Adler & Castro, 2013.
Just in time for the end of the school year, we have our new 2013/2014 catalog. We’ve reviewed and added over 200 new resources since our previous catalog.
We have just recently mailed these catalogs to counselors and other school professionals around the county. If you have not received your copy, please let us know and we will send one out to you. You can also download a pdf version by clicking on the link below.
In addition, if you have any questions about our products, or would like to inquire about any of the speakers in our speakers bureau, you can also call 800-477-8277.
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Dear Counseling Programs Student,
As you may know, the Counseling Programs is currently conducting a search for a new faculty member to join our team, effective Fall 2013. At this point in our search, we have invited 2 candidates to campus for interviews. The first candidate will be on campus TOMORROW, April 16th. The candidate, Dr. Jennifer Barrow, will be available TOMORROW afternoon, from 4:30 PM to 5:00 PM, to meet with students of the counseling programs. This meeting will be held in the Conference Room (#316) on the third floor of the Education Building. If you are available and interested in meeting Dr. Barrow (a potential faculty member of our programs), please consider attending this meeting.
Candidate #2 will be on campus Thursday (4/18). Additional information about this candidate will be provided in the upcoming days.
If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com
Jeffrey M. Warren, Ph.D., LPCS, NCC, NCSC, ACS
President, North Carolina Counseling Association
Assistant Professor and Program Director
Professional School Counseling
School Administration & Counseling
School of Education
Please join us for the last UNCP Counseling Programs Professional Development Academy workshop of the 2012-13 academic year. See info below:
“The Path to Licensure: Counseling Credentials Explained:
Monday, April 8, 2013
Room 223 Education Building
LPC? NCC? LSC? LCAS? Confused? Licensure and certification in mental health and school counseling can be a complex process to undergo. This workshop will explain the paths to licensure in the counseling field and the difference between state and national credentials. You will leave with a clear understanding of how to start and complete the process.
Mark Schwarze, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, LCAS, CCS
Dear Counseling students and alumni:
Please review the information at the link below for repayment plan options for counselors serving in high needs areas. Several of our Southeastern NC counties appear on the list of qualified sites. Students who agree to work at these sties for 2 years of service can be eligible for up to $60,000 of student loan repayment.
If you are graduating in May and applying for your LPCA, please see below for information from the NC Board of Licensed Professional Counselors regarding timelines for receipt of application materials: Continue reading