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Julie Chronister, faculty member in the CHSS Department of Counseling, is disseminating findings from her larger NIH funded study investigating the meaning and measurement of social support for those living with serious mental illness.
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Elevating Marginalized Voices in Academe: Lessons for a New Generation of Scholars Cover
New book is an anthology of narratives from Scholars of Color about traversing doctoral studies in American higher education.
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Application for Fall 2021 Open between October 1st 2020 and January 15th 2021
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Image of four quadrants of CEETL training
Faculty in the Department of Counseling spent the summer engaging in professional development and conferences devoted to two main topics: Addressing anti-Black racism and online pedagogy and teaching
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CACREP Certificate of Accreditation for SFSU Department of Counseling Programs
The Department of Counseling Master's Programs Accredited Through March 31, 2022
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Ulash Thakore-Dunlap
Published January 2020! Ulash Thakore-Dunlap and colleagues (Asian American Psychological Association) authors of new Guidelines On Bullying and Victimization For AAPI K-12 Students to School Professionals And Parents
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California Association for Licensed Professional Clinical Counselors conference flyer
Consider submitting your work to the ANNUAL CALPCC 2019 Conference titled, Counseling in a Divisive Society: Collaboration, Growth & Change in Northridge, CA on May 31st and June 1st
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Nico Storrow (M.S., Counseling, ’19) and Nirajan Chand (B.A. Criminal Justice Studies, ’19) had the honor of wearing the College of Health & Social Sciences academic hood. Pictured: Storrow (left) and Chand are hooded by Dean Alvin Alvarez.
At San Francisco State University’s May 28 Commencement, undergraduate and graduate students from the College of Health & Social Sciences received degrees in a wide range of fields promoting health, well-being and quality of life.
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Founded in 1948, we prepare to celebrate our 70th anniversary, honoring the Faculty and Alumni who made our department what it is today
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Graduate Student, Nico Storrow, left and Dr. Tiffany O'Shaughnessy, right; in front of award winning poster
Assistant Professor of Counseling Tiffany O’Shaughnessy and current masters student Nico Storrow, received the Outstanding Poster Award for the poster “Development and Preliminary Validation of the Client Experiences of LGBQ Affirmative Therapy Scale."
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The College of Health and Social Sciences and the Department of Counseling co-sponsored the annual two-day conference of the California Licensed Professional Clinical Counseling Association (CALPCC), held April 20–21.
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The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected Shelli Merrill of Santa Rosa, California, for the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program-Youth (MFP-Y).
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Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors in the United States: Counseling Implications in the Schools
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Zepeda’s academic trajectory first veered from the norm at 16, when he dropped out of high school to attend community college full time. A self-described “emo” outlier in high school, the Goleta, California native preferred the autonomy of college
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A native of Florida, Ashford is familiar with the devastation caused by hurricanes and the long time it takes to rebuild. So when she found out that the Red Cross was seeking licensed mental health counselors to help in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.