Counseling News & Articles
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Technology in 2017: What impact does it have on mental health?

Upon completion of a Master of Arts in Counseling degree, individuals can choose to work as mental health counselors — individuals who help clients living with varying mental health and/or interpersonal issues. For example, a mental health counselor may meet with a bereaved woman in the morning who recently has lost her husband, and then […]

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What hiring managers are looking for in counselors

Mental health counselors can be found in an array of settings, from hospitals to private clinics. They work to help clients navigate any number of personal and mental health issues by providing a therapeutic relationship that empowers people to make decisions they wish to make to improve their life experiences. Counselors also typically are responsible […]

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Counseling Webinars
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Integrating Neurocounseling into Counseling

Take advantage of a one-of-a-kind opportunity to hear Dr. Lori Russell-Chapin, a faculty expert, speak about the groundbreaking practice of neurocounseling at Bradley University. Lori has presented at numerous conferences and is the author of “Neurotherapy and Neurofeedback: Brain-Based Treatment for Psychological and Behavioral Problems.” Discover the impact research in the fields of neurobiology and […]

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CACREP deep dive

*The information provided in this webinar is intended for informational purposes only and is subject to change without notice. Information may be changed or updated without notice.

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Counseling Infographics
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The role of school counselors in school safety

Bullies erode the confidence, success and safety of a student’s school experience. They manage this outcome in both subtle and overt ways, impacting everyone around them and leading to a lost perception of safety in the environment as a whole. Almost three quarters of today’s young people have witnessed bullying in schools, and half of […]

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Mental health in America

In 2014 alone, about 43.6 million Americans 18 years or older (18.1 percent of the U.S. adult population) experienced some form of mental health problem. Of those individuals, 33.7 million were categorized as having any mental illness (AMI), whereas 9.8 million had a serious mental illness (SMI). Moreover, studies show that about 47.4 percent of […]

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Counseling Videos
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Counseling Program Outcomes

Transcript >>NANCY SHERMAN: The need for counselors and counseling has increased tremendously. There are a number of positions available for our students, to meet that need. >>CARLOS DEL RIO: There are very unique characteristics that our students obtain, when they come out of this counseling degree. They come to us number one, as students, and […]

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Core Values and Culture

Transcript [upbeat pop music] >>FRANCESCA ARMMER: Well, the culture that we have at Bradley University is one of commitment to the student and partnership with the student. We’re going to partner with the learning experience and then we’re going to be flexible enough to recognize that there are times in everybody’s life when we just […]

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