Our Voices

Our Voices: Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling student Spenser Norris

Posted On February 22, 2017
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Spenser Norris is a second-year student in the Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling M.S. program.  She balances coursework along with institutional research, dual internships at the Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency and the Center for Leadership in Disability, as well as spearheads community initiatives as President of the Rehabilitation Counseling Association.  How does… more »

Our Voices: School Psychology Student Artesia Williams

Artesia Williams is a second year student in GSU’s School Psychology Ph.D program who is conducting research around multicultural issues in School Psychology.  Artesia has had the opportunity to travel the world extensively, living and working in other countries and cultures.  She uses that experiences to shape her perspective that School Psychologists should consider culture… more »

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Counselor Education & Practice Student Peeper McDonald

Peeper McDonald is a fourth year Counselor Education and Practice student who will be graduating with her Ph.D. this May.  Peeper’s research centers on marginalized and oppressed populations, specifically Multiracial individuals regarding issues of racial mislabeling, discrimination, identity, and color-blind racial ideology.   During her time here at CPS, she has won a number awards and… more »

Ethan Van Norman

Our Voices: New Faculty Member Dr. Ethan Van Norman

Dr. Ethan Van Norman  completed his pre-doctoral internship in school psychology at Heartland Area Education Agency 11 in Iowa. His research primarily focuses on evaluating and improving the technical adequacy of academic and behavioral measures used in schools. In addition, Van Norman conducts research aimed at building the capacity of educators and school… more »

Laura Shannonhouse

Our Voices: New Faculty Member Dr. Laura Shannonhouse

Dr. Laura Shannonhouse completed her masters, and specialist degrees in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Florida, and her Ph.D from the University of North Carolina at Greenboro in Counseling and Counselor Education. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trainer (ASIST).… more »