Every Spring CPS students that are approaching the completion of the degree in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling, and School Counseling programs participate in the National Counselor Examination. The exam is issued by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC)… more »
Jonathan Yellowhair is a second-year student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. He has also recently been selected as an NBCC Fellow and Tillman Scholar. As we enter into a new academic year, Jonathan provides insight into the final year of his master’s program and what the distinguished awards will allow him to do.
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Representatives from CPS and the some of our surrounding school systems traveled to Los Angeles, CA, to present at the 2018 American School Counselor Association Conference. Dr. Erin Mason, SCO M.Ed. students: Natassia Basto, Lizzie Martin, Gabby Smith, as well as local school counselor leaders from the Atlanta Public Schools, Cobb County, and Gwinnett County:… more »
The Association for Play Therapy’s (APT) mission is to promote the value of play, play therapy, and credentialed play therapists. They have determined Georgia State University’s Play Therapy Training Institute to be an Approved Center of Play Therapy Education. APT grants this designation to higher education institutions that offer Master’s or Doctoral degrees in… more »
Mackenzie Suttles received her master’s in clinical rehabilitation counseling from the College of Education & Human Development in 2016 and is a doctoral student in the counselor education and practice program. She also serves as the program coordinator for Georgia State University’s Inclusive Digital Expression and Literacy (IDEAL) program.
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The National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) recently revealed in a press release that several of our exemplary students have been awarded fellowships:
$11,000 Counseling Fellowship from NBCC and Affiliates Jonathan Yellowhair, second-year Clinical Mental Health Counseling student. This fellowship will provide the student with resources to support his continued education and… more »
As a CPS graduate student there are many opportunities to create custom experiences. That is exactly what two of our clinical mental health students were able to do.
Last summer a group of students and faculty traveled abroad for a clinical outreach experience. Janelle Jones* and Jasmaine Ataga** were among that group. Before the… more »
Our College has exemplary full-time faculty involved in research and education. Once a year, they join fellow CEHD faculty for a luncheon. Awards given out to faculty recognize their commitment to research and service. Check out the GSU News Hub to read about the other awards and recipients.
This year, CPS faculty Drs. more »
Meeting the people who are doing what you want to do some day can be life changing. This past February, 2018, some of our CPS students had that opportunity.
Along with CPS faculty, several of our students attended such a conference. The National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention offered such chances. Our students met… more »
The American Counseling Association (ACA) announces several awards for people in our department:
2018 ACA Fellows to: Danica Hays, alumna 2002-2005, Counseling Ph.D. Professor and executive associate dean at UNLV College of Education
Glen E. Hubele National Graduate Student Award to: Melanie Varney, doctoral student in our Counselor Education and Practice program
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