Professor of Counseling, Dr. Sam Gladding, published a new textbook with Pearson, Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice. In the 7th edition, Dr. Gladding covers all aspects of working with couples and families. His text is grounded in evidence-based practice and the theoretical background of marriage and family therapy. Dr. Gladding provides information on functioning […]
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.” […]
Department of Counseling Professors Sam Gladding and Philip Clarke each presented an April webinar with Chi Sigma Iota. On Friday, April 13th, Philip Clarke presented a webinar with Dr. L. Marinn Pierce entitled “Bibliotherapy: Using Movies, TV Shows, and Music in Counseling to Facilitate Client Change.” On Wednesday, April 18th, Dr. Sam Gladding presented a […]
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WFU Department of Counseling sponsors six hours of continuing education each semester. The seminars feature experts in various areas of counseling to contribute to the professional and career development of area professional counselors and the students, faculty, alumni and clinical supervisors of the Wake Forest University Masters in Counseling Program. CEU’s for LPC and NCC […]