Department of Counseling celebrates our 10th Birthday!

Posted on: September 26, 2013

  The Department of Counseling is celebrating our 10th anniversary of becoming a free standing department!   The Counseling program at Wake Forest University has actually been in existence since 1968, so we are older than we look!   However, we were part of the Education department until 2003. As we grew in size and […]

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Dr. Debbie Newsome publishes Counseling book

Posted on: September 25, 2013

Dr. Newsome has published the 4th edition of her book, Clinical Mental Health Counseling in Community and Agency Settings, in conjunction with Dr. Sam Gladding. The book was published by Pearson Education Inc, Upper Saddle River, NJ. ISBN 978-0132851039   Dr. Newsome coauthored two previous editions of this textbook: Community and Agency Counseling (2nd ed.), Pearson/Merrill Prentice Hall, and Clinical Mental Health […]

Dr. Sam Gladding’s Experiences at Minnan Normal University in China

Posted on: August 22, 2013

Please enjoy this video from Dr. Sam Gladding, reflecting on his summer 2013 Fulbright Specialist experience teaching group skills and counseling theories at Minnan Normal University in Zhangzhou, China.  

Congratulations 2013 Graduates!!!

Posted on: June 3, 2013

Fifteen 2nd year students graduated with their Master of Arts in Counseling on May 20, 2013. Caleb Pusey, a dual-degree student, also received his Master of Divinity. CONGRATULATIONS to all our graduating students!

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College to Career – Options in the World of Work featured in WFU News Center

Posted on: May 16, 2013

Options in the World of Work How job shadowing builds confidence and competence When Rahel Tafese spent a day shadowing a sales representative for a company called BioRx, she learned a lot about treatments for immune deficiency, but more importantly, she made connections that will help her as she figures out what path she will […]

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Article by Paul Smith – rising second year graduate student in Counseling featured in the NBCC.org newsletter

Posted on: April 3, 2013

“A Shared Enthusiasm: An American Student’s Perspective of Counselor Education in Malawi” written by Paul H. Smith and Wendi K. Schweiger is featured in the NBCC.org – NBCC International Update (page 7). Follow the link for the entire article http://nbcc.org/assets/newsletter/issues/winter2013.pdf

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College to Career Courses Highlighted in AAC&U Article

Posted on: March 20, 2013

The College to Career courses and partnership between the Department of Counseling and the Office of Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University were highlighted in a March 2013 article in AAC&U News entitled, “A Holistic Approach to Personal and Career Development at Wake Forest University.” Read the full article here.

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Class of 2013 Dedicates “Proetry Humanitate” to Dr. Sam Gladding

Posted on: March 14, 2013

During the Chi Sigma Iota Pi Alpha Chapter Induction Ceremony, the Class of 2013 dedicated their CSI fundraising poetry compilation, entitled, “Proetry Humanitate” to Dr. Sam Gladding. The book includes a collection of poems by members of the Department of Counseling. The dedication is printed inside each of the books and reads, “Dr. Gladding is […]

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Department Honors Professor Emeritus, John P. Anderson, and Mary Anderson through Dedication of Fellowship

Posted on: March 14, 2013

During the Department of Counseling’s 2013 Induction Ceremony for the Pi Alpha chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, students, faculty, and staff honored John P. Anderson, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Counseling who retired in Spring 2011, and his wife, Mary “Cissy” Anderson, through the dedication of the John & Mary Anderson Fellowship. Each year […]

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Department Announces Annual Spring Seminar: April 26, 2013

Posted on: March 14, 2013

The Department of Counseling at Wake Forest University is pleased to announce its annual spring seminar for April 26, 2013 This year, the seminar will feature presentations by Edward G. Shaw, MD, MA, a faculty member in the Department of Counseling, and will is entitled, “Making Sense of Sandy Hook Through the Lens of Neuroscience.” […]

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