Congratulations 2013 Graduates!!!

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!

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

“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

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

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 […]

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

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 […]

Chi Sigma Iota Pi Alpha Chapter Inducts 13 New Members

  On February 27th, the Department of Counseling’s Pi Alpha Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota inducted thirteen first year students into the International Honor Society of Professional Counseling with a ceremony in Pugh Auditorium. First year students were welcomed into the Pi Alpha chapter by second year student mentors and CSI Faculty Advisor, Philip Clarke. Students, […]

Dr. Gladding and Students Create Video on Family Counseling Featured by Alexander Street Press

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 […]

CSI Invites Faculty, Staff, Students, and Alum to Contribute to Poetry Compilation Fundraiser

Chi Sigma Iota would like to announce a very exciting project we have in the works. Our fundraising project for the year will be the publication of a departmental poetry compilation! We have received a grant from WFU Student Life to have the collection published, so all profits will go directly into the CSI operating […]

Paul Smith Receives Richter Award for Summer Counseling Experience in Malawi

Paul Smith, rising second year graduate student in Counseling, received a Richter Award for a summer counseling experience in Malawi. He shares his amazing experience with us.   Observing Counselor Education in Malawi My first few moments in Malawi were filled with dreary introductions, new sights, and smiles as far as I could see. After […]

New Faculty Faces in the Counseling Suite in Fall 2012

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 […]

Undergraduate Alumni Reflects on Experience and Value of College to Career Courses

The Old Gold and Black, Wake Forest University’s student paper, featured an essay written by a 2012 undergraduate alumni who had participated in Spring 2012’s offering of CNS 302: Career Planning with Instructor, Heidi Robinson (’11). Read his reflections on his first few weeks in the “real world” and the value of his liberal arts […]