Katherine Ziff (’93) received her Ph.D. at Ohio University. Her book, Asylum on the Hill, features a foreword by Dr. Sam Gladding. Using research and examples, Asylum on the Hill describes the treatment of those with mental disorders in the late 1800s. The book sold out of its first printing in 10 days. […]
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 […]
Sam Gladding was featured on the “Inside Wake Forest” website after the seventh edition of his textbook, Counseling: A Comprehensive Profession, was published by Prentice Hall in March 2012.
Professor Donna Henderson and Instructor Heidi Robinson (’11) were recently featured in a Time Warner Cable News 14 Carolina report on parents talking to their children about violence and bullying after the school shooting in Ohio. View the video clip and read a transcript of the report here.
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 […]
Professor Sam Gladding was featured as a contributor to a compilation piece in the March 2012 issue of the American Counseling Association’s magazine, Counseling Today. Dr. Gladding and eighteen other counselors from around the country outline their views on what the future holds for the counseling profession. Read the Counseling Today Article On the Future […]
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 […]
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 […]
Sam Gladding keynoted the 3rd International Congress of Mexican Counseling Association (La Asociacion Mexicana de Orientacion Psicologica y Psicoterapia – AMOPP) in Leon, Mexico, October 13, 2011. His keynote was entitled “Ethics in the Service of Counselors and Clients.” He also did a workshop at the meeting on “Becoming More Creative as a Counselor” and […]
Professor Donna Henderson was quoted in an October 12, 2011 article on CNN.com entitled, “Bully-Proofing Your Kids” by Katia Hetter. Professor Henderson is quoted as explaining, “Parents whose default response is one of intimidation may inadvertently model bullying for their children. Or, if parents are the targets of bullying behavior from other adults and they […]