Multiple Workshops at Counselor Education and Supervision Conference Offered by Department of Counseling

Posted on 10/17/2019 6:17:37 PM

The 2019 Conference of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision was recently held in Seattle, Washington. Holly Branthoover, Department of Counseling, served as the conference coordinator, and the department was well represented with a number of presentations by faculty and students.

  • Lorraine Guth co-presented “Enhancing Cultural Humility through a Native American Immersion Experience.”

  • Guth and Brittany Pollard co-presented “Group Work Strategies to Transform Hate and Facilitate Courageous Conversations in Counselor Education and Supervision.”

  • Pollard and doctoral students Monica Kaule and Heather Uphold co-presented “Digging Even Deeper: Helping Students and Supervisees to Address the Hidden Biases We Don’t Discuss.”

  • Michelle Bruno co-presented with students Brenda Cappy Gruhn, Bethany Williams, and Liz Peace on a workshop titled “Who me?: Overcoming imposter syndrome through mindfulness.”

  • Doctoral student Rebecca Andrews presented “Gatekeeping in Supervision: Applying SWOT Analysis to Prevent ‘Gateslipping.’”

  • Doctoral students Ashley Coombs and Brittany Sager-Heinrichs co-presented “The Hardest Balancing Act: Maintaining Wellness as a Counselor Educator-in-Training While Avoiding Professional Identity Burnout.”

  • John McCarthy co-presented a workshop on “Simulated-Based Learning: Where Have We Been and Where is it Going?”