Faculty, Students, and Alumni Present at the North Carolina Counseling Association (NCCA) 2012 Annual Conference

Posted on: February 20, 2012

Jenny Niles, Class of 2012, Stands Next to NCCA Conference Sign Before Presenting with Instructor Heidi Robinson ('11) and Classmate Brian Calhoun ('12)

 

 

 

Faculty, Students, and Alumni recently presented at the North Carolina Counseling Association (NCCA) 2012 Annual Conference on Professional Counseling and Advocacy at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, NC.

 

Presentations Included:

  • The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: Applications of Wellness Counseling and Social Interest Concepts in Clinical Settings, P. Clarke and A. Giordano
  • The Male Minority: Navigating the Counseling Profession as a Male Practitioner [Poster], M. Eades and N. Adamson
  • The Rogerian Perspective: Carl, Fred, Ginger, Will & Kenny, S. Gladding
  • Seeing Beyond the Identified Client: The Role of Behavioral Theory in Family Counseling, N. Adamson, M. Eades, and E. Scanlon
  • Play Therapy in the Elementary School: Using Child-Centered Language to Facilitate a 5th Grade/Kindergarten Peer Mentoring Program, J. Esposito and S. Vavrek
  • Screening and Brief Intervention: What It Is and Why It Matters for the Counseling Profession, R. Moro, K. Ahrendt, J. Rogers, and L. Veach
  • Psychoeducational Experiential Activities for Group Work with Clinical Populations, A. Giordano and P. Clarke
  • Careeropolis: The Career Simulation, H. Robinson, J. Niles, and B. Calhoun

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