Recent News

Recent News

Drs. Natalie Indelicato and Ne'Shaun Borden recently participated in the Girl-Centered Practice Certificate Program hosted by the Delores Barr Weaver Policy Center and the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy.

Dr. LaTonya Summers provided a keynote to the 25th meeting of counselors in North Carolina and recently received a grant from Mayo to support the development of a Men's Wellness Clinic to serve men in the 32209 zip code. 

2nd year student, Natalie Bartlett, received a Fellowship from NBCC. Congratulations, Natalie!

1st year student, Natania Carter, received an APA Interdisciplinary Minority Fellowship. Congratulations, Natania! 

Dr. Bradley McKibben was elected to the Board of Directors for the Volusia Recovery Alliance, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization in Volusia County, Florida that coordinates peer driven services providing substance use recovery resources to the community.

Dr. McKibben's latest accepted manuscript has been accepted for publication and is available now online: Borders, L. D., Dianna, J. A., & McKibben, W. B. (in press). Clinical supervisor training: A ten-year scoping review across counseling, psychology, and social work. The Clinical Supervisor.

Dr. Summers recently published a textbook titled, "Multicultural Counseling: Responding with Cultural Humility, Empathy, and Advocacy". It is the first multicultural counseling book to use a strengths-based perspective and emphasizes culture and diversity as an asset to be nurtured and approached with humility, empathy, and culturally responsive interventions. Drs. Indelicato and George have published chapters in Dr. Summers' textbook.