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The Counselor Education Program at NDSU offers degrees in Clinical Mental Health and School Counseli We offer degrees (M.S. or M.Ed.)
The Counselor Education Program at North Dakota State University is housed within the School of Education and is located in the College of Human Development and Education. in both Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling. We offer the Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Ph.D.) in Human Development, Counselor Education Track. We operate a clinic which serves the counseling needs of the Farg
o/Moorhead community. The website for the clinic is http://www.ndsu.edu/education/counselor_education/community_counseling_clinical_services/
Who can relate??
: The dream of many licensed professional counselors to practice across state lines continues on as North Dakota becomes the twenty-fourth state to sign the Counseling Compact into law!
More info: https://bit.ly/44dpFum
The work of professional counselors, while very important and rewarding, can also be stressful. Self-care is an essential tool that can help in dealing with stress. https://bit.ly/3ioZCal
This Friday 1/13/23! Come see the new NDSU Community Counseling Services clinic! We are back on campus!
Come see our new counseling clinic on January 13th! Details below!
Contact your representatives today! It's easy!
We need you to contact key congressional leaders and urge them to support the Mental Health Access Improvement Act (S. 828/H.R. 432)! The Senate and House will likely vote on this key legislation in the 117th session, which ends this December. Our Grassroots Action Center provides content to help craft your message and contact information for key leaders. https://www.votervoice.net/NBCCGrassroots/Campaigns/98937/Respond
Come see our new clinic space on January 13th! Details below!
Share your wisdom with your colleagues!
Come share your ideas with counselors from across North Dakota. Follow the link for more information about conference breakout session proposals! https://www.ndcounseling.org/proposals
Dr. Nelson, Dr. Lewis, and Dr. Buchholz Holland attended the School of Education Halloween party this afternoon. Counselors know the importance of play for well-being!
Our clinic has moved. We are back on campus in Morrill Hall 219. The space is beautiful and our students are ready to serve the community.
Congratulations Keira! ND School Counselor of the year!!
Check out this employment opportunity with an incredible agency!
Due to the need of the community, CHC is hiring!
Must have a serving heart, willingness to connect within the community, and an ability to have FUN! Please see the website for our belonging statement and what our therapists say about working at CHC.
We are accepting resumes for Licensed or Pre-licensed LICSW, LPCC or LMFT. Full-Time Therapists see 20 clients a week and our Weekend Warriors see 10 a week. Inquire about questions on our online form.
This opportunity includes:
*A supportive team environment
*An authentic vulnerable culture, and a commitment to meeting the needs of the community.
* Weekly consultation group
*A great opportunity to try on private practice and build a caseload
*Opportunities to serve with our 3 collaborations: Anoka County Juvenile Center, Alexandra House, and Stepping Stone
Play therapy conference in Fargo!
Online registration for NDAPT 2022 Play Therapy Conference.
Enjoy your summer, everyone!
I spy some clinical mental health counseling grads!!!
A free virtual institute designed for those in the school counseling field or working with counselors.
Counselor Humor for a Friday. 😂🤣
NDCA registration is open!
NDCA Annual Conference Registration
Rest in Peace, Sam Gladding.
ACA remembers and honors Sam Gladding, ACA's president from 2004-2005.
“Sam was one of ACA's most prolific authors, was sought after as a keynote, and was well known for his vast knowledge of song lyrics (which could come forward at a moment's notice depending on the occasion). If I had to choose a word that many might use to describe Sam, it was beloved.” -Rich Yep, CEO
More info: https://bit.ly/31KXjMt
How is your semester wrapping up??
It is giving day at NDSU! Any donation you make today can go farther because of donor matches and challenges. If you valued your education and training in the program, consider making a donation. You can even make a donation in honor of a professor or staff person who made a difference to you. Dr. Hall and Carol Nelson retired in 2020 and Dr. Korcuska is retiring after this semester. A donation to the School of Education Endowment will benefit the counseling program!
Help lift up tomorrow's leaders!
So many ways to be trauma informed! 😂
Counselors are crucial advocates for transgender and nonbinary people!
It's . Let’s take the opportunity to celebrate transgender and nonbinary people while raising awareness of the major challenges they continue to face.
Send your proposal in! Share your experience with other counselors in ND!
NDCA | Providing professional development opportunities & advocating for it's members.
How will you welcome students back?
We're proud of our Professional School Counselors!
A free CEU for ACA members, and some very timely information for our recent graduates!
Hey ACA members, have you completed your “Free CE of the Month” offering yet? August’s free CE opportunity is “Supervision and the New Professional: How to Navigate the Pre-License Process for Supervisors and Supervisees.”
To access: https://education.counseling.org/
North Dakota State University (NDSU) is excited to announce our redesigned PhD Program in Counselor Education and Supervision (CES)! Our 60 credit CACREP accredited program uses a cohort model designed to meet the needs and schedules of our doctoral students. We offer coursework in a hybrid format. This flexible format means you may take courses on campus (face-to-face) or synchronously via video-conferencing platforms. NDSU CES focuses on the five core areas of counselor education and supervision, with a special emphasis on advanced practice in counseling and supervision. The program is physically located in the cool city of Fargo, North Dakota where the cost of living is low and hotdish recipes are shared. Learn more about Fargo’s cool factor here and here (see comments below).
The program is currently accepting applications for Fall 2021; the deadline to apply is June 15th. In addition, there is an opportunity to apply for a clinic supervisor graduate assistantship which includes a tuition waiver and stipend for students accepted into the program. For more information on the NDSU CES program, our website (https://www.ndsu.edu/ceduc/degree_programs/counselor_education_and_supervision_phd/) visit or contact Dr. Jill Nelson at [email protected]
Academic preparation and professional experiences for the doctoral degree are designed to prepare students to become knowledgeable counselor educators, formidable leaders and advocates, competent researchers, and/or advanced counselors and supervisors in a variety of settings. More specifically, t...
This is a great reminder!
Congratulations to NDSU graduate Kylie Wallender for being honored as the state School Counselor of the Year for North Dakota!
Well, this is exciting! Tonight (2/4/21) at 7 PM!
We’re thrilled to announce Dr. Jill Biden will be taking part in tonight’s festivities. Join us at 8 p.m. EST on Facebook Live, Instagram or ASCA On Air. http://ow.ly/GxFP50DrxMC
Hi everyone, It's Dr. Nelson. Today is Giving Day at NDSU, a day to raise money for student scholarships and other great causes at NDSU. We have obtained several matches for fundraising, so you can double your money today.
There are funds for scholarships (look under the College of Human Sciences and Education link) as well as funds for important issues like student food insecurity (look under student support link). If you are able to contribute, I would love your support.
Either way, keep in touch. We love hearing from our alumni!
Help lift up tomorrow's leaders!
If you've had class with Dr. Nelson in the past few years, you've likely practiced lovingkindness meditation. Here's a gentle reminder to practice today! 💚💛
May you be safe.
May you be happy.
May you be healthy.
May you live with ease.
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Alumna Dr. Julie Smith is giving a webinar today (10/15/20) on Native American healing practices!
October 15th from 1:00 pm-2:00 pm EST — Dr. Julie Smith will be conducting a webinar that will focus on counseling practices that can help counselors and their clients increase their ability to be present.
Registration open for
Helping Youth Build a Coping Toolbox
Live Webinar October 15 | 10am CST, 9am MST
Between COVID-19, social distancing, current uncertainty, and more time online, youth are experiencing increased levels of anxiety. With this shift, there is also increased pressure for professionals to address mental health with youth.
In this hands-on presentation, Phyllis Fagell, LCPC, will be sharing practical strategies for youth regarding healthy coping skills.
The presentation will cover current patterns she is seeing in the classroom and in her independent practice, as well as concrete, evidence-based strategies appropriate for use during the pandemic. Her toolkit strategies include mindfulness, CBT, managing emotional out bursts in the classroom, and so much more .
Whether you’re a healthcare provider, educator, counselor, therapist, extension professional, or the like, this live webinar will give you the tools needed to help youth build a coping toolbox.
Can’t make it to the live webinar? A recording will be available to those on our email list. Access to the recording will be available for two weeks after the live event.
Want to promote this event in your community? Flyers for the event are available here and here
About the Presenter
Phyllis is the school counselor at Sheridan School in Washington, DC, a therapist who works with kids and families in private practice, and an author and journalist. She's the author of “Middle School Matters” and a frequent contributor to the Washington Post. She also writes for publications including Psychology Today, Working Mother, U.S. News & World Report, Edutopia and Your Teen, and her ideas have been shared in outlets including The New York Times, The Atlantic, The New Yorker and NPR. She lives in Bethesda, Maryland with her husband and three children.
As part of the next series of How To Webinars, we are able to provide CEs for event attendance for live attendees. We are an Approved Provider of Social Work Contact Hours by the South Dakota Social Work Board of Examiners. For more information, contact Kristine at [email protected]
The Counseling and Human Resource Development program at South Dakota State University has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Prover, ACEP No. 4142. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Counseling and Human Resource Department is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
About the Webinar Series
This webinar is part of a new series, LaunchSkills, focused on serving youth in our community.
To lead successful lives, young adults need a range of essential skills, such as how to use a credit card or handle conflict with a roommate. Amid the abundance of information on the internet, there is a major gap in the skillsets of today’s teens. High school students lack the practical life skills to thrive in the 21st century. LaunchSkills is a FREE curriculum we are developing to fill the gap.
For more information, contact [email protected]
About Strengthening the Heartland
Strengthening the Heartland (STH) developed through the collaborative efforts of faculty from South Dakota State University Extension and North Dakota State University Extension. STH is dedicated to providing services that build thriving rural communities across the Dakotas.
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