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Several graduate students from the Counseling Program have recently been accepted into / working in doctoral programs:

Dev Noel is entering her third year at the Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Xavier University of Louisiana in their Psychology PsyD program.

Claudia Fletcher was accepted into University of South Carolina's Ph.D program in Counselor Education.

Patty Hickman was accepted into University of North Carolina Greensboro's Ph.D program in Counselor Education.

 

Several articles from students, faculty and alumni have recently been accepted for publication or presentation:

Robino, A., & Foster, T. (2018). Psychosocial predictors of wellness in college students. ADULTSPAN, 17(1), 3-13.

DeMarais, S. (2018, April). Displaced Persons & Sacred Spaces: Catholic Sisters Respond to Crisis. Presented at Loyola University New Orleans Student Peace Conference. New Orleans, LA.

      The American Academy of Nursing will induct the 2018 of Fellows during its annual policy conference, October 31st to November 3rd. Loyola faculty member Dr. Warren Hebert, three time graduate of Loyola School of Nursing and an assistant professor over the past two years, will be inducted with the new cohort of Fellows. Dr. Hebert joined the faculty in 2016, teaches on all three levels, and focuses on leadership, health policy and community-based care.

 

      The American Academy of Nursing will induct the 2018 of Fellows during its annual policy conference, October 31st to November 3rd. Loyola faculty member Dr. Warren Hebert, three time graduate of Loyola School of Nursing and an assistant professor over the past two years, will be inducted with the new cohort of Fellows. Dr. Hebert joined the faculty in 2016, teaches on all three levels, and focuses on leadership, health policy and community-based care.

 

Marion Danforth, Ed.D., has just published her memoir, Rebirthing Faith: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Resurrection (CreateSpace Independent Publishing, 2018), available at Amazon. Marion is a LIM alumna (MRE '93) and adjunct faculty member, active in both LIM's online and extension programs, where she has shared her expertise and wisdom with students in introductory, Religious Education, and praxis courses.  Read more »

Doctor of Nursing Practice graduate (Loyola University New Orleans, School of Nursing; 2017) Sophia L. Thomas, DNP, FNP-BC, PPCNP-BC, FAANP, FNAP,  was elected as President of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) in this month’s national election.  AANP represents membership of 85,000 nurse practitioners in the US and US territories. 

This year our Admissions & Clinical Coordinator as well as Adjunct Faculty, Stephanie Robinson, was interviewed by Sheba Turk on WWL. Stephanie was featured in two segments: one covered Sex Addiction warning signs and treatment while the other featured Internet Gaming warning signs and treatment. Stephanie is nationally recognized as a Subject Matter Expert in the area of Addictions. 

As President of the Louisiana Counseling Association, Dr. Christine Ebrhaim created the Leadership Development and Mentoring Institute (LDMI). The LDMI connects new counseling professionals and Counselor Educators with less than 5 years of experience as well as graduate counseling students to mentors who will work together over the course of a year to collaborate on anything the mentee finds valuable to their professional development.

Loyola Institute for Ministry Student Lorraine Hess will held a CD release concert on Saturday December 2 at Loyola's Monroe Hall.  Her CD Glorify Him is being released by World Library Publications (WLP), which live-streamed the concert.  

Congratulations to LIM graduate Kathy Smith who, as a result of her studies in Religion and Ecology at LIM, is the founder and Executive Director of Baptist Creation Care Initiative!  Its mission is to offer a distinctly Baptist voice of faith, enriched by science and action, and empowered by biblical insight and a love of creation. She writes, "We strive to be a venue where Baptists of many different traditions can discuss the place of both the Bible and science in our shared understanding of God's wonderful creation.

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