Dr. Deborah Haskins, Dr. Daryl Thorne, and Dr. Evelyn Iraheta presented during the 2018 American Counseling Association Annual Conference as professional counselors and educators. The conference was held April 26,-29 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Haskins, the Counseling Program Director and Associate Professor of Counseling in the School of Education, presented “Diverse Voices in Religion and Spirituality” as part of a diverse panel sponsored by the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling Division on the intersectionality of religious and spiritual values in the counseling profession. The panel shared their own professional journeys and selected work with clients, communities, and teaching.
Dr. Daryl Thorne, Assistant Professor and Chair of Human Relations in The School of Professional Studies, presented “Pushing Through Boundaries on Purpose: Critical Race Theory and Counselor Development” as part of a roundtable designed to explore the question of whether white counseling students (and faculty) are adequately prepared to recognize & confront the systemic sociopolitical nature of white supremacy/privilege in personal and professional development.
Dr. Evelyn Iraheta, adjunct professor in the School of Education Counseling program, presented “Evidence-based and Culturally Informed Strategies for Working with Immigrant Youth.”
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