School Psychology PhD students have received a 100% match for internship sites this semester.
Moriah Kearney will intern at the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District in the suburbs of Houston. She will provide counseling and consultation services to public K-12 students and teachers from the diverse Houston population. She will also work in alternative schools with students who… more »
Join CPS and Chi Sigma Iota for the workshop Practical Strategies to Wellness: Focusing on the Counselor as a Person. The workshop will be facilitated by Meryl Arnett, Julie Cannon, Dr. Catharina Chang, Ramona Grad, Nikki Elston, Dr. Thomas Murphy, Dr. Julia Wisenhunt, and LPCA of Georgia.
Counseling Psychology Ph. D. candidate Claudine Anderson has been selected to receive the Provost Dissertation Fellowship. The Provost Dissertation Fellowship program is geared at facilitating progression to doctoral degree completion. Doctoral fellows receive a monthly stipend of $2,000 to support focused effort on dissertation completion. Fellows are in their final year. They work with their dissertation adviser to a set realistic and comprehensive plan to complete their final milestone. For a maximum of… more »
Chi Epsilon, GSU’s chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, has been awarded the CSI National Chapter Award of Excellence. The purpose of the CSI National Chapter Award of Excellence is to recognize outstanding Chapter activities. Awards are given in two categories, large chapters and small chapters. The award will be presented at ACA… more »
Counseling and Psychological Services faculty and staff geared up on February 2nd for the 5th annual Desire2Move competition. Desire2Move is a flexible, 8-week team based physical activity competition between departments at Georgia State University. Each member logs their daily minutes of physical activity for their department team on an online application, and the team with the most… more »
Clinical Mental Health Counseling student Mary Chase Mize will receive the Chi Sigma Iota Outstanding Entry Level Student Award during CSI Days at the American Counseling Association Conference in San Francisco, California. She was nominated for the award by the membership committee of GSU’s CSI chapter, Chi Epsilon, and selected by the CSI International… more »
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 »