Georgia State’s Counseling and Psychological Services department is excited to announce that the School Counseling, M.Ed. program is expanding to the Alpharetta campus!
This interactive workshop provides an overview of an innovative model for intervention in crisis and potentially traumatizing contexts, “Coping with the present while building for the future” (CPBF).
Jeff Ashby and Kenneth Rice, professors in the Department of Counseling and Psychological Services, are two of eight recipients of the College of Education & Human Development’s Faculty Awards for 2022.
Join us in a virtual celebration to dedicate the Ken Matheny Center for the Study of Stress, Trauma, and Resilience on Thursday, March 10, 2022.
Chloe Beacham, a doctoral student in Georgia State University’s School Psychology Program, was recently named a Bridging the Word Gap (BWG) Emerging Scholar for 2022-2023.
CEHD faculty have created a School Safety and Mental Health Services and Supports Consortium to offer various intervention supports to K-12 schools in the metro Atlanta area.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and today is World Suicide Prevention Day — a day where the fight to end suicide is recognized on a global platform.
The College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Counseling and Psychological Services will host the next Play Therapy Training Institute on Friday, Sept. 24, from 1-5 p.m. in a virtual format.
The College of Education & Human Development celebrated Department of Counseling and Psychological Services Associate Professor Andrew Roach during its Faculty Awards Recognition on March 30.
Originally from Atlanta, Jasmine Johnson graduated with a master’s degree in school counseling in 2019. She recently self-published her first children’s book entitled, “Mikey’s Lost Toy.”
Kimberly Duff graduated with a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling in 2005. She now runs a private practice, Overcomers Counseling, LLC
Terry Kottman, founder of Adlerian Play Therapy and master storyteller, teaches designing and delivering therapeutic metaphors for play therapists.
story by Claire Miller College of Education & Human Development Professor Catharina Chang has received two national awards for her […]
The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), selected College of Education & Human Development […]
Doctoral student Mary Chase Mize has been named the 2020 recipient of the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) Glen E. Hubele National Graduate Student Award.
The Department of Counseling and Psychological Services celebrates its Honors Day award recipients for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Dennis Gilbride and Franco Dispenza will continue preparing cohorts of clinical rehabilitation counselors for positions in the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency, vocational rehabilitation agencies in other states and other affiliated programs.
The NBCC Foundation, an affiliate of the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), selected College of Education & Human Development graduate students Jacklyn J. Byrd and Nicolas Williams for its Minority Fellowship Program.
Doctoral student and faculty collaborate on a community-based evaluation of HIV/AIDS interventions for individuals with intellectual disabilities.
Afrika Hamilton, from Macon, GA has a helping spirit. While an undergraduate at Mercer University, she interned at The Methodist Home. Upon graduating with a bachelor’s in psychology, she took a year off to figure out how she would like to be an arbiter of change in the world.
Meet Misty Nelson, a Gates Millennium Scholar and School Psychology M.Ed./Ed.S. student. She’s an Atlanta native who grew up in a two-bedroom, 800 square foot home with ten people.
Assistant professor Laura Shannonhouse and Mary Chase Mize, a doctoral student, introduced Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) to representatives from several organizations who work with aging adults.
CEHD Highlights features Tiffany McNary, director of the Play Therapy Training Institute and clinical assistant professor at Georgia State University.
Kate McPhee was selected to receive the Provost’s Dissertation Fellowship, which supports doctoral students as they complete their dissertations and allows them the opportunity to minimize other obligations.
After I met Dennis Gilbride and he spoke with such fervor, I knew rehab counseling was the right choice. I was attracted to all of the great research Counseling and Psychological Services pumps out.
Artesia Williams is a student in the School Psychology Ph.D. program. She is conducting research on multicultural issues in school psychology.