A Counseling and Counseling Psychology Blog

Counseling and Counseling Psychology is an integral part of modern society supporting millions of people in their everyday lives. In this blog we discuss topics including class and race, relationship counseling, women’s issues, and health and well-being.

The Counseling Psychology program at the Morgridge College of Education is dedicated to advancement of Counseling and Counseling Psychology, whether we accomplish this by empowering our students to be top notch counselors or through research dedicated to improving the field.

Blogs

Counseling Psychology Alumna Creates App to Assess and Prevent Suicide

Khara Croswaite Brindle graduated from Morgridge College of Education Counseling Psychology master’s program in 2012 with a passion for helping ...
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Counseling Psychology Students Create Social Justice Committee

Earlier this year, masters and doctoral students in the Morgridge College of Education Counseling Psychology (CP) program saw a rising ...
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MCE Counseling Psychology Students Receive Prestigious STAY Fellowships

First-year Morgridge College of Education Counseling Psychology MA students, Helen Chao and Courtney Hadjeasgari, were selected as 2017-2018 STAY Fellows, ...
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8 Counseling Psychology Students Awarded National Addiction Fellowships

The Counseling Psychology (CP) Department has distinguished themselves by having eight CP students receive acceptance into the highly competitive National ...
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What Does it Mean to be a School Counselor?

When you hear the title, “school counselor,” you might think of someone who makes student schedule changes and hands out ...
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Student Spotlight: Jonah Li

Last month Jonah Li., one of our talented Counseling Psychology grad students, presented “Building Rapport Across Cultures.” at the 2017 ...
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Student Spotlight: Brooke Lamphere

Second year Ph.D candidate, Brooke Lamphere, has a long history with the University of Denver (DU). In 2010 she completed ...
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Counselors Can Help Address the Many Facets of Substance Abuse

Substance abuse and addiction is an issue that affects nearly 12% of the US population directly, with over 21 million ...
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Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Garriott on the 2016 Election and Intersectional Social Frameworks

"Was it race that drove the results of the 2016 presidential election?" In his recent article for the American Psychological ...
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Alumni Spotlight: Khara Croswaite

Counseling Psychology alumna, Khara Croswaite, M.A,, LPC, has been busy since graduating in 2012. She is a business owner and ...
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Living Our Values: Promoting Justice

As we enter into 2017, it is a good time for a reminder of the values of the Counseling Psychology ...
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