Congratulations to our new faculty members shown in the photo below! Dr. Nicole Adamson and Dr. Shenika Jones will be joining our counseling programs in the fall.
Counseling Programs (SOE) and Phi Sigma Induct 27 Members
The Phi Sigma Chapter of the international honor society, Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), held their annual induction ceremony on March 17, 2014 at 5:00 pm at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. A total of twenty-seven students from the Clinical Mental Health and Professional School Counseling Programs were inducted into Phi Sigma. Approximately 60 students, family members, friends, and faculty members were in attendance for this event. The mayor of Spring Lake, Chris Rey, was the keynote speaker for the ceremony. Continue reading
If you received an invitation to join Chi Sigma Iota – Phi Sigma this semester, the date for the induction ceremony in the email you recently received was incorrect. The actual date of the induction ceremony will be Monday, March 17th, 2014 from 5:00-6:00. I sincerely apologize for any confusion or inconvenience this may have caused. Please email me if you have any questions.
President, Chi Sigma Iota – Phi Sigma Chapter
The UNCP Counseling Program’s Professional Development Academy, in partnership with the Chi Sigma Iota – Phi Sigma Chapter, are proud to announce the third workshop in 2013-14 series. Please see below for the information on this great event. Attendance at all four workshops results in a certificate of completion of the PDA that adds value to your workplace marketability and shows commitment to your training as a professional counselor. All students and outside counseling professionals are welcome!
Counseling Career Panel
February 26th 2014
5:30 – 6:30
Education Building, Room 223
Interested in working with clients struggling with addiction? Curious about what play therapy is all about? Want to know how college counseling differs from school counseling? Join us for our third Professional Development Academy workshop of the year! This career panel aims to educate our counseling students about what counselors in various specialties do on a daily basis and what special considerations students should take into account when making decisions about their counseling careers. Dr. Karen Pruett, director of the UNCP Career Center, will facilitate a discussion among panel members about the counseling profession today. Students will be encouraged to ask the panel members questions about their counseling specialty.
Facilitator—Dr. Karen Pruett, NCC, Director of the UNCP Career Center
College Counselor—Dr. Mary-Jeanne Raleigh, LPCS, LMHC, NCC, Director of the UNCP Counseling and Psychological Services Center
School Counselor—Dr. George Small, School Counselor K-12-North Carolina, School Counselor K-12 DoDEA (Department of Defense Education Activity)
Play Therapist—Dr. Shenika Jones, LPCA, NCC, Licensed in School Counseling K-12 Certification-South Carolina
Addictions Specialist—Michael Trout, MA, MSW, LCAS, CSI, Counselor, Southeastern Recovery Alternatives
For any further questions about the PDA, Chi Sigma Iota – Phi Sigma Chapter, or upcoming workshops, please contact:
For those counseling professionals attending who will need NBCC credit, please email Yada Ayala in advance of the workshop so that certificates can be prepared.
“UNCP Counseling Programs is an NBCC-Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP) and may offer NBCC-approved clock hours for events that meet NBCC requirements. The ACEP solely is responsible for all aspects of the program.”
If you are planning to take the NCE in the near future, please consider attending the NCE Workshop held at NC State in March.
See the attached FLYER for more information.
Jeffrey M. Warren, Ph.D., LPCS, NCC, NCSC, ACS
Fully-Licensed and LPCA’s Positions:
Cape Fear Behavioral Health Center in Fayetteville, NC seeking Fully-Licensed (LPC, LMFT, LCSW, LCAS, Licensed Psychologist) and LPCA’s. Supervision provided for LPCA’s. Contractual positions. Outpatient Counseling treatment with Military and Civilian Individuals, Families, and Couples. Please send resumes to: Capefearbehavioralhealth@gmail.com. Contact#: 910-339-0400.
Check out UNC Pembroke’s new website at www.uncp.edu. Let us know what you think. #uncpembroke