COUNSELOR EDUCATION PROGRAM -- North Carolina Central University
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Welcome to the website for the Counselor Education Program at North Carolina Central University. We are a program within the Department of Allied Professions in the NCCU School of Education.
If you are interested in applying to our program, please visit all of the links from the menu "Future Students" above. Any additional questions may be directed to email@example.com.
This presentation will discuss the importance of group counseling and how to improve confidence levels when conducting group counseling. It will specifically focus on discussing research done that explored and evaluated the importance and confidence levels of African American counselors-in-training core group counseling skills. We will also discuss the importance of group counseling in schools, career, and mental health areas.
Levette Dames, PhD, Assistant Professor, NCCU Counselor Education Program
Mahmud Mansaray, PhD, Research Analyst, NCCU Dept of Research, Evaluation, & Planning
Elizabeth M. Ghekiere, NCCU Mental Health Counseling Student
Caroline Gobble, NCCU Mental Health Counseling Student
August 17, 2018
Dear Counselor Education Students,
Welcome back for the 2018-19 academic year! I trust that you had a good and productive summer. There are some key dates and tasks that you need to focus upon depending on where you are in your plan of study. The forms mentioned in the key dates are located on our program website (www.nccucounseling.com) on the student page.
Please note that all graduation paperwork for December graduates must be typed and sent to your adviser by August 20th at 5pm.
Pay special attention to the CPCE (Comps) process as this is new this semester. Follow the instructions to register for the comps by August 31st.
Please note that all spring and summer Foliotek documents should be uploaded into Foliotek by September 10, 2018.
Have a great semester!
The Counselor Education Program at North Carolina Central University is pleased to announce the hiring of a new faculty member: Dr. Kelly King.
Dr. King is an Assistant Professor in Counselor Education at NCCU with interests in culturally responsive counseling and recovery from addiction. She received her PhD in Counseling and Counselor Education from UNCG in 2018. She has a masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with a concentration in Couples and Family Counseling, also from UNCG. Dr. King has completed research projects on cultural immersion, broaching race and racism with clients, as well as the role of emotion regulation in sex addiction. Additionally, she remains active in clinical work by providing pro-bono counseling services to residents at TROSA in Durham, NC.
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