Graduate School of Education and Counseling
Education in Leadership Professor Lisa Collins’ play is titled “I Have to Pray” and uses her auto ethnographic experiences to discuss the racial trauma and aspects toward healing.
Graduate Student Clinicians Offer Trans-Competent Mental Health Care, Address Critical Need in Oregon
Trans-competent mental health care providers are knowledgeable and skilled in providing affirming and ethical mental health care to individuals across their developmental lifespan, while also understanding the issues and challenges that are unique to trans and/or nonbinary clients.
The installation features eggs created by all three cohorts of current art therapy students and art therapy faculty.
The Oregon School Counselors Association (OSCA) serves the needs of Oregon’s school counselors by providing resources and training; advocating for equity, ethical practices, and professional identity; focusing public attention on legislation impacting school counseling work; and promoting development and implementation of comprehensive school counseling programs.
Makena Robinson and Keiko Aotaki both candidly share their first-hand experiences with the deadliest US wildfire in more than a century, along with resources for how their Lewis & Clark community can help at this exceedingly critical time.
$500,000 in Scholarships Diversify Counseling in Oregon, Advance Culturally Specific and Responsive Mental Health Care
Seventeen graduate students received awards in Fall 2023, most of which cover their outstanding tuition in full for the 2023-24 academic year.
From Corbett Circle to Grad Commons: Watch the transformation!
Representing Marriage, Couple, and Family Therapy; Student Affairs Administration; and Secondary Language Arts Teaching, our new faculty members bring outstanding scholarship and teaching experience to their respective programs and the graduate school as a whole.
The three inaugural awards were given in the following categories: Commitment to Equity & Access; Liberatory Community Engagement; and Art Therapy Research.
The inaugural cohort of 21 students graduated in June and are uniquely prepared to advocate for the needs of the individuals they serve while pushing back against the rising tide of anti-trans legislation.
This new pathway to teaching for K-12 school employees increases access to the elementary teaching program and accommodates the needs of full-time working professionals.
Gifts to these funds provide direct support for professional mental health counseling students and art therapy students pursuing a master’s degree.
Amanda Jensen, 2023 Regional Teacher of the Year, began the mural with her students as third graders. After the pandemic forced a two-year pause, the students were able to come back together and finish it as fifth-graders.
In an emotional and serendipitous moment, Kona Lew-Williams was reconnected with long lost relatives when she stumbled upon her father’s family history along with a photograph of her ancestors while reviewing a dissertation for class.
Graduate School Art Therapy instructor and film director, BA Short, says the documentary challenges the notion of beauty and what it means to be beautiful, and centers on the lived experience of adults who live with disabilities.