Posts Tagged ‘Training and Supervision’

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

Your Comments on the CP Model Training Program

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Dear Colleagues and Student Colleagues,   The Special Task  Group (STG) to revise the Model Training Program (MTP) in Counseling Psychology, originally appointed by Jim Lichtenberg, is providing an open comment period for all Division 17… » 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