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 […]

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 […]

CSI Pi Alpha Chapter Inducts 14 First Year Students as New Members

On February 29th, the Department of Counseling’s Pi Alpha Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota inducted fourteen first year students into the International Honor Society of Professional Counseling with a ceremony in Detamble Auditorium, Tribble Hall. First year students were welcomed into the Pi Alpha chapter by second year student mentors and CSI Faculty Advisor, Philip […]

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

      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 […]

Department of Counseling Welcomes NBCC and International Guests

  Students and faculty enjoyed the opportunity to learn about counseling in another part of the world through a visit and conversation with:   Prof. Ibrahim A. Kolo President, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON)   Dr. Charles Ugwuegbulam Secretary General, Counselling Association of Nigeria (CASSON)   Dr. Kenneth Hamwaka Executive Director, Guidance, Counselling and Youth Development Centre […]

New Online Course Offerings

WFU Department of Counseling to Add Online Programs The world has so many people who suffer from mental illness or who are stumbling with life struggles like divorce, job loss, depression, anxiety, or the many other complications of existence. Counselors have a unique skill and knowledge set to support those troubled individuals. We know our […]

School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Programs Reaccredited by CACREP through October 2018

The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) Board of Directors has awarded the Wake Forest University School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health Programs reaccreditation for eight years through October 2018.  The Wake Forest Department of Counseling was one of the first programs to apply for reaccreditation under the new 2009 standards.  […]

Department of Counseling Announces Introduction of Undergraduate Minor in Health and Human Services

In Spring 2011, the Department of Counseling gained approval to introduce an undergraduate minor in Health and Human Services with courses anticipated to be available to students beginning in Spring 2012. The minor allows students to learn basic concepts and skills applicable to applied helping fields that are identified as health and human services. Associate […]