Content tagged with "PMHC"
December 17th, 2018
June 17Brian Bauer, M.S., Counseling Psychology ’16, arrived at the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling with a clear research plan in mind: to study whether an individual’s involvement in extracurricular activities is associated with lower suicidality. In fact, he selected the Graduate School specifically for the unique masters of science option.
July 30After discussing counseling services that were missing in the Portland area, the founders of PorchLight Custom Counseling—Justin Cox M.A. ’12, Llew Richards M.A. ’13, Mica Richards, Holly Roland M.A. ’12, and Siddarth Venkatachalam M.A. ’12 —had an idea to offer their many counseling specialties at affordable rates, around the clock.
April 23Four PMHC graduates create their private practice Living Groove Counseling.
April 2Professor Delishia Pittman’s recent scholarship furthers discussions of race, gender, and diversity in psychological study.
May 28The common element is an interest in working with people in helping relationships.
The common element is an interest in working with people in helping relationships. For students who want to work in community mental health and addictions treatment, counseling programs have a more concentrated focus on preparing students to do counseling and psychotherapy with specific clients and problems, as well as offer other helping services. Further, counseling programs combine the human relations traditions of counseling with strong reliance on the research-based knowledge and theory that comes from psychology and psychiatry. This means our classes offer state-of-the-art practical knowledge and skills.