Dr. Laura Shannonhouse is an assistant professor in the Clinical Mental Health Master’s Program, Counselor Education and Practice Ph.D Program and School Counseling M.Ed. / Ed.S. Program. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trainer (ASIST). Dr. Shannonhouse was awarded… more »
Dr. Cirleen DeBlaere gave the Seigel-Wallston Address at the 63rd annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA). The talk was entitled, “Perceived Discrimination and Mental Health: Elucidating the Links and Identifying Potential Interventions.” Dr. DeBlaere discussed intersectionality theory and frameworks and how they have informed her research. She also presented her… more »
Three doctoral students from CPS have been chosen to participate in the College of Education & Human Development’s 2017-2018 Dean’s Research Doctoral Fellowship initiative. The fellowship is a four-year program that recognizes the outstanding academics of newly admitted research doctoral students. This is the first time a student from each of the three more »
A study conducted by School Psychology doctoral student Laura Wood links restrictions on extracurricular activities to higher dropout rates. The study, co-authored by Dr. Stephen Truscott, explored public school dropout rates nationwide. Their study found schools preventing students from participating in extracurricular activities when they don’t perform well in school makes students… more »
In Mach, the College of Education & Human Development celebrated the winners of its 2017 Faculty Awards . These faculty have published extensively, mentored hundreds of educators, secured significant grant funding, and represented Georgia State University and the College of Education and Human Development in school systems, community organizations and in their… more »
A 2014 National Institute on Drug Abuse report by Dr. Brian Dew and Ned Golubovic was cited in a recent Atlanta Journal and Constitution article. The research uncovered an increase in heroin and methamphetamine indicators in Metro Atlanta.
The AJC article highlights three Metro Atlanta plagues brought to light by the recent… more »
The 2017 American Counseling Association Conference and Expo took place March 16-19 in San Francisco. CPS students and faculty were presented with awards, presented research presentations, and represented GSU in leadership positions.
Dr. Laura Shannonhouse, American Counseling Association Best Practices in Research Award
Mrs. Mary… more »
Laura Wood is a 6th year doctoral student in the School Psychology PhD program. She is also a researcher at the Center for Research on School Safety, School Climate, and Classroom Management. Recently her article “School personnel social support and nonsupport for bystanders of bullying: Exploring student perspectives” was published and rated… more »
Leah van der Kooy is an alumna of the Clinical Mental Health Counseling at GSU. After working in Atlanta as a crisis counselor, Leah transitioned to working as a school counselor at Rotterdam International Secondary School in the Netherlands. We had the chance to catch up with Leah on her… more »
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 »