Faculty enjoyed watching the WFU Men’s Basketball team beat the No. 2 ranked Miami Hurricanes, 80-65, on Saturday, February 23rd at the Joel Coliseum in Winston-Salem, NC. After the game, Professor Sam Gladding joined Wake Forest students in celebrating the win by “Rolling the Quad” on the Reynolda Campus. Go Deacs!
Dr. Gladding and students in the class of 2012 collaborated to create a video series featured by Alexander Street Press entitled, “Family Therapy: Universal and Unique Approaches to Solving Problems.” Alexander Street Press describes the video series, saying that, “Through a series of entertaining, brief, and instructional role plays, Dr. Gladding reviews several universals of […]
Congratulations to Dr. Philip Clarke, who was named a Spring 2013 Academic Community Engagement (ACE) Fellow by the Wake Forest University Dean of the College and the Institute for Public Engagement. As part of his fellowship, Dr. Clarke will participate in multiple seminars this Spring around incorporating service learning into new and existing Department of […]
Professor Donna Henderson and her husband served as “Guest Coaches” on the sideline for the Wake Forest Football team on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2012, versus Boston College. The Demon Deacons won 28-14. Go Deacs!
Dear Wake Forest Counseling Community, It is with deep sadness that I tell you of the death of Dr. Thomas M. Elmore on Monday, October 29, 2012. Tom, as we all knew him, was 85 and retired from Wake Forest in 1996. He started the counseling program in the Department of Education on a shoestring […]
Dr. Sam Gladding has been recognized as a “contemporary great” by the Alexander Street Counseling video resource available to WFU students, faculty, and staff through a University subscription. Alexander Street Counseling Counseling and Therapy in Video, Volume III “Description: The third volume of Alexander Street Press’ award-winning Counseling and Therapy in Video series will grow […]
Professor Sam Gladding’s text on Family Therapy was officially published in Turkish. Additionally, Professor Gladding‘s Family Therapy text will soon be published in Korean. Congratulations, Professor Gladding!
Professor Sam Gladding was quoted in a September 23, 2012 Psychology Today article by Linda Wasmer Andrews entitled, “Minding the Body: The guide to health and happiness.” The article features a Q&A with Boston Pops Conductor, Keith Lockhart and quotes Professor Sam Gladding on the usefulness of music for relaxation. Read the full article here.
Wake Forest University announces the launch of its first online degree programs – the online Master of Arts in Counseling and online Master of Arts in Human Services. These programs prepare students for rewarding careers in clinical mental health and school counseling, as well as nonprofit and human services administration. Starting in Fall 2012, students […]
The Department of Counseling is excited to welcome four new members to the faculty beginning Fall 2012. Please see Faculty and Staff to read more about each of the individuals listed below. Nathaniel Ivers, Assistant Professor Nathaniel Ivers, Ph.D (06) joined the Department of Counseling faculty in Fall of 2012. Nathaniel’s teaching responsibilities will include multiple graduate […]