Special Topics in Counseling–Summer 2017

Thank you for your interest in Wake Forest University’s Special Topics in Counseling courses!  These online courses may be used as continuing education, elective, or transfer credit only. All courses require a minimum of advanced graduate standing and permission of the instructor. Prior to completing your application to the University, please contact the professor to […]

Dr. Hayden’s Article wins Outstanding Scholar Award

Dr. Seth Hayden and his three co-authors (D.J. Williams, A. Canto, and J. Finklea) are the recipients of the 2015 Outstanding Scholar Award in the Concept/Theory category by The Professional Counselor, for their article titled ‘Shelter from the storm: Addressing vicarious traumatization through clinical supervision.’ The article explains that counselors continually encounter clients who have experienced […]

Mrs. Heidi Robinson receives award at local NCCDA conference

Congratulations to Mrs. Heidi Robinson, who was recently presented with the Outstanding New Professional award from the North Carolina Career Development Association (NCCDA). The New Professional Award recognizes an individual in North Carolina who has made a significant contribution to career development and has been in the profession for 5 years or less. The recipient is an […]

Wake Forest University ACE Fellowships Awarded to Dr. Tammy Cashwell and Dr. Mark Scholl

The Department of Counseling’s Dr. Tammy Cashwell and Dr. Mark Scholl are two of the newest recipients of Wake Forest University’s ACE Fellowship Program. ACE Fellows integrate ACE pedagogy as a component in either a pre-existing or new course and thereby become advocates for community engaged teaching. Dr. Cashwell plans to work with the H.O.P.E. (Help […]

Dr. Philip Clarke and Dr. Jose Villalba highlighted in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs 2015 Annual Report

  Two of the Counseling Department’s faculty members were recently highlighted in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Annual Report.  Dr. Philip Clarke and Dr. Jose Villalba were recognized for having their respective projects funded by sources from outside the University.     Dr. Clarke, in conjunction with Assistant Professor Nathaniel Ivers and Assistant […]

Niah Grimes Awarded Counseling Fellowship

The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), recently selected Niah Grimes, currently a second-year student in the WFU graduate Counseling program,  for the NBCC Minority Fellowship Program-Youth (MFP-Y). As an NBCC MFP-Y Fellow, Niah will receive funding and training to support her education and facilitate her service to underserved […]

Dr. Gladding appears on TWC News Channel 14 Greensboro

Dr. Gladding was interviewed for a television news segment on the relationship between politics and friendship.  He says there is a way to preserve your personal relationships, whether your favorite candidate recently won or lost an election. If the other person really is your friend, put your friendship first, your politics a distant second. Dr. […]