Counseling Faculty and Student Present on Group Work at National Conference

Posted on 2/6/2018 2:13:53 PM

Faculty members and a doctoral student from the Department of Counseling delivered several presentations at the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW) national conference held in Savannah, Georgia.

Faculty members Lorraine Guth and Laura Marshak along with doctoral student Emily Lasinsky presented “Group Counseling Wellness Strategies for People with Intellectual Disabilities.”

Faculty members Brittany Pollard and Lorraine Guth delivered the presentation “You Want to Talk About What? Ten Tips for Addressing Sensitive Issues in Groups.”

Lorraine Guth was also part of a panel presentation titled “Research in Group Work: A Renewed Focus on Exemplary Methods.”

Special thanks goes to the Department of Counseling, University Senate Research Committee, and School of Graduate Studies and Research for providing partial support for this work.