$699,362 is the grant Dr. Laura Shannonhouse and doctoral student Mary Chase Mize received from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
There are two ASIST trainings scheduled for January 13-14 and February 10-11. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling students can register now.
13 students is the number of students The H.O.P.E. Lab originally started with hopeful to promote life and learn about research along the way.
1.1 million is the grant awarded by John Templeton Foundation that Drs. Hall and Park as Principal Investigators, and Dr. Shannonhouse as Co-PI. They are studying meaning-making, suffering and the flourishing life.
of training in a two-day ASIST workshop.
Get in deep with our students as they write about their training and experiences across the spectrum. What would it be like working with H.O.P.E.? Take a look at our student experiences working with H.O.P.E.
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persons trained (students, personnel in schools, universities, healthcare professions, clinical mental health counselors, law enforcement…)
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–Laura R. Shannonhouse, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
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Cobb County School Personnel trained in ASIST.
–Kiara Exum, first-year graduate student in the School Counseling M.Ed. program.