Our Master’s in Counseling students and faculty are immersed in their work and service. Read the latest news, infographics and teachings online now.
Technology is constantly changing the way counselors connect with patients. See how new technologies might affect your online counseling degree on our blog. Read More
By definition, a counselor is a person who fosters a professional relationship with their clients, thereby empowering diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish their mental health, wellness, education, and… Read More
As violent crimes increase, including mass shootings, so do security efforts at various public venues, and threat assessment teams can now be found everywhere from school districts and college campuses… Read More
The prevalence of mental illness in children has reached an all time high, and it’s a public health issue that up until recently has been widely ignored. According to the… Read More
From natural disasters like earthquakes and flooding, to terrorist attacks and mass shootings, the world can seem a violent, scary place. As if surviving such an ordeal weren’t traumatic enough,… Read More
Bullying has become a widespread problem in America’s schools and communities. While bullying takes on many forms, it commonly includes physical aggression, teasing, and harassment both in person and… Read More
Addiction is typically defined as a compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (usually harmful) and signified by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal. There are also behavioral… Read More