Two Counseling Psychology PhD Students selected as DREAM Scholars

Two counseling psychology doctoral students, Paris Wheeler and Zak Clements, were selected to be DREAM Scholars.  The program is made possible by the University Center on Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS), College of Nursing and the Center for Health Equity Transformation (CHET) and is designed to support the training of … Read More

PhD Applications due December 1st

Prospective applicants to the PhD programs in educational psychology, school psychology, or counseling psychology should plan to submit their applications in advance of the December 1st, 2018 deadline.  For those applicants invited to an interview, Doctoral Interview Day will be in late January or early February.  Offers of admission will … Read More

Counseling Psychology Faculty and Student Awarded TCP Outstanding Paper Award

Congratulations to counseling psychology faculty members Dr. Candice Hargons and Dr. Danelle Stevens-Watkins, as well as counseling psychology student Della Mosley, who were co-authors of the “Sex Positivity in Counseling Psychology” Major Contribution article published in The Counseling Psychologist that was recently awarded the 2018 Outstanding Paper Award.

Counseling Psychology Student Wins CCPTP Outstanding Graduate Student Award

Counseling psychology doctoral student, Roberto Abreau, has been awarded the 2018 Outstanding Graduate Student Award by the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs (CCPTP). The Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs (CCPTP) initiated in 1998, an award program to recognize graduate student excellence in Counseling Psychology. Each year at the … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Wins SAS Social Justice and Advocacy Award

Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS), the student group affiliated with Division 17 of APA (Society of Counseling Psychology), has selected counseling psychology student Della Mosley to receive the SAS Social Justice and Advocacy Award, which recognizes her contributions to social justice as a graduate student.  She will receive a plaque at … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Wins SAS Prevention and Promotion Award

Student Affiliates of Seventeen (SAS), the student group affiliated with Division 17 of APA (Society of Counseling Psychology), has selected counseling psychology student Zach Dshaak to receive the SAS Prevention and Promotion Award, which recognizes his excellent in prevention practice and research as a graduate student.  He will receive a plaque … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Reflects on the APA International Learning Partner Program

Minnah Farook wrote about her recent visit to Bangladesh through APA’s International Learning Partner Program (ILPP). You can find the article here: http://www.apa.org/international/pi/2018/05/bangladesh-learning-partner.aspx More about the program: Through meetings with leaders, faculty and service providers in the host country, program participants gain unique insight into international applications of psychology and develop … Read More

Counseling Psychology Student Awarded NIH NIDA T32 Fellowship

Counseling psychology doctoral students, Jardin Dogan, has been selected to receive the NIH NIDA T32 “Training in Drug Abuse Research” Pre-doctoral Fellowship! The formal name is the Ruth L. Kirschstein Nationa Research Service Award (NRSA). This is a prestigious nationally recognized fellowship. Jardin will receive specialized training in grant writing, seminars in the … Read More

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