Posts Tagged ‘Students’

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

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

2017 January Announcements

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Presidential Announcements January 2017 Here are the January Announcements! 2017 Great Lakes Conference – March 31 – April 2, 2017 2017 Great Lakes Regional Counseling Psychology Conference “Get in on the Action! Science, Practice, and… » Read more

Reflections on 2017 NMCS from a First-Time Attendee

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 As a graduate student passionate about integrating social justice, diversity, and inclusion into my roles as a researcher, instructor, therapist, and advocate, attending the National Multicultural Conference and Summit was a truly rewarding and inspiring… » Read more

International Section – January 2017

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There is a lot of exciting work going on at the APA Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology) International Section (ICP). We are thrilled to have the opportunity to share the highlights of the excellent… » Read more

2016 August Announcements

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Dear SCP Member and Affiliates Colleagues,   I am honored to serve as your 2016-2017 President. I look forward to working with you in the coming year.  I will work diligently to fulfill my duties… » Read more