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The muffled voice of international students

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Counseling psychology has historically been in a notable position to not only consider, but also advocate for multicultural diversity issues embedded within larger societal contexts. The growing emphasis on social justice orientation in counseling training… » Read more

Preparing to do the work…by doing the work

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As I write this, the United States is suffering through the devastation of three major hurricanes, the largest mass shooting in recent history, as well as long-standing issues of oppression and an ever-growing political divide.… » Read more

That Was Close: Internships and Hiring Freezes

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In the past, a significant disparity has existed between the number of internship sites available and the number of students seeking those positions (Parent & Williamson, 2010). While this gap has been slowly closing, each… » Read more

Politics in Teaching

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I’ve heard commentators talk about parents’ struggles to talk to their children about the presidential election and have read corresponding online articles. As a Counseling Psychologist and professor, my internal debate is, “how do I… » Read more