Gamification

How gamification can be used in counseling

Technologic breakthroughs in the 21st century have touched nearly every process and augmented basic human behaviors and interactions. Technology and internet use is now ingrained in basic daily functions. This shift creates both problems and opportunities when counseling individuals especially beholden to their smartphone or the latest app, particularly children and adolescents. But there’s no […]

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PTSD

​Treating post-traumatic stress disorder in nonveteran clients

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has become an overarching topic in the national discussion on mental health. Awareness of the disorder, which develops in people who have experienced a trauma, a near-death event or extreme grief, has increased as more barriers to seeking care are broken down. The subject of trauma and subsequent lasting emotional and […]

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Counseling Webinars
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Bradley MAC Deep Dive

Read / Hide Webinar Transcript Sarah: Alright, everyone, thank you for joining us this evening. We’re really excited to have you here for our Professional School Counseling webinar. I just wanted to walk you through a few details before we get started. My name is Sara. I’m gonna be your host for tonight and we […]

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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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Counseling Infographics
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State-By-State Mandates for Professional School Counseling

While mandates concerning school counselors vary from state to state, schools increasingly are recognizing the crucial role that counselors fulfill for students throughout their education. Demand is increasing, but the supply of counseling personnel to fill these position within the U.S. education system is decreasing. To learn more, check out the infographic below designed by […]

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Counseling Minority Groups in a Time of Racial Unrest

Interest in the Black Lives Matter movement increased significantly with the recent incidents involving police use of force on civilians. The movement gained support as many universities in the United States worked to provide open discourse in an effort to shift focus on the citizens’ growing concerns. In times of social and racial unrest, counselors […]

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Counseling Videos
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Counseling Enrollment Advisor – Julie Steorts

My name is Julie Steorts, and I am an enrollment advisor here at Bradley University. My role is to help those looking to become licensed counselors understand their options with Bradley. I have been working in higher education for several years now, and I love what I do. I really enjoy getting to know prospective […]

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Counseling Enrollment Advisor – Davina Ramos-Trevino

Hello, my name is Davina Ramos-Trevino. I am an enrollment advisor here at Bradley University for the online graduate counseling program. I am happy that you have decided to pursue your education and see what Bradley University has to offer. I would love to assist you in determining if our program will be a good […]

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