Faculty and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Open Kulynych Center for Alzheimer and Dementia Patient and Caregiver Support

The Wake Forest University Department of Counseling in conjunction with the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Memory Assessment Clinic has initiated a counseling program for individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias.  Co-directed by faculty members Ed Shaw, MD, MA and Phil Clarke, EdS, LPC, the program provides individual and group counseling […]

Philip Clarke Joins Department in Fall 2011

Philip Clarke, ABD from UNCG, taught the Addictions Counseling course in Spring of 2011 and accepted an offer to join the Department of Counseling faculty full-time beginning in Fall of 2011. Philip will be teaching the Addictions Counseling and the Advanced Skills and Crisis Management courses within the graduate program and will teach an undergraduate […]

Faculty Offer First Mental Health Facilitator (MHF) Training in the United States to WFU Second Year Counseling Students

Donna Henderson, with the assistance of Philip Clarke, conducted the first training for Mental Health Facilitators done within the United States for a group of graduating WFU second year counseling students. This training curriculum was developed by Professor of Counseling Donna Henderson and Scott Hinkle, a clinical training coordinator with the NBCC. The Mental Health […]

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 […]

Faculty Receive Awards at the 2010 ACA Conference

Professor Donna Henderson was awarded ACA Fellow status at the ACA Convention in Pittsburgh.  Fellow status is based on achievement in the areas of leadership and service to others.  Chair and Professor Sam Gladding received the Arthur A. Hitchcock Distinguished Professional Service Award from the American Counseling Association which is given to honor service to […]

Faculty to Receive Awards at 2010 ACA Conference

Donna Henderson has been selected to receive ACA Fellow status at the ACA Convention in Pittsburgh. Fellow status is based on achievement in the areas of leadership and service to others. Sam Gladding will receive the Arthur A. Hitchcock Distinguished Professional Service Award which is given to honor service to the profession of counseling over […]