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Linda Wainright enters the St. Scholastica Benedictine Community in Duluth, MN. On February 10, 2010, Linda Wainright, a 2009 LIM graduate with a Master of Pastoral Studies degreee, entered the St. Scholastica Benedictine Community in Duluth, MN. as a postulant.

Counseling student, Stephanie Robinson, was accepted to present at the Association for Specialist in Group Work (ASGW) conference with faculty member, Dr. Christine Ebrahim. Stephanie and Dr. Ebrahim will be presenting, "Proposed group for children of combat-related PTSD veterans."

Stephanie Ducros and Ariel Sheeger were recently awarded positions as Graduate Assistants.

Little did I imagine that what looked like the end of a journey—earning an MPS through LIMEX—would actually turn out to be only the beginning of a still different, new journey. I already had a master’s degree in another discipline and wasn’t sure why I was undertaking yet another course of study.

• Foster, T., Steen, L. R., & Wieck, R. (2010, March). Accepted to present Promoting Wellness in Masters-Level Counseling Students: A Cube Model Intervention. Will present at the American Counseling Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

• Foster, T., & O’Ryan, L. (2009, October) Accepted to present Gerocounselor Education: Considering the Need, Interest, and Strategies for Making this a Viable Specialization. Presented at the ACES conference, San Diego, CA.

  • Dissertation Writing Workshop: Practical Strategies and Guidance to Get You Through the Process. Presented to the Doctoral Students at the University of New Orleans. New Orleans, LA. (March, 2009)
  • Ethical Decision Making in School Counseling. Presentation to the annual convention of the Louisiana Counseling Association. Baton Rouge, LA, (October, 2009).
  • Foster, T., Steen, L. R., & Wieck, R. (2010, March). Accepted to present Promoting Wellness in Masters-Level Counseling Students: A Cube Model Intervention. Will present at the American Counseling Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • Foster, T., Steen, L. R., & Wieck, R. (2009, October). Accepted to present Promoting Wellness in Masters-Level Counseling Students: A Cube Model Intervention. Presented at the ACES conference, San Diego, CA.

• Foster, T., Steen, L. R., & Wieck, R. (2010, March). Accepted to present Promoting Wellness in Masters-Level Counseling Students: A Cube Model Intervention. Will Present at the American Counseling Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

• Foster, T., Steen, L. R., & Wieck, R. (2009, October). Accepted to present Promoting Wellness in Masters-Level Counseling Students: A Cube Model Intervention. Presented at the ACES conference, San Diego, CA.

An article by Professor Kim Brannagan was recently accepted for publication by the Journal of Mixed Methods Research. The article explores the new validation framework to assist researchers in evaluating mixed research studies.

Professor Brannagan joined the School of Nursing's full-time faculty in 2007. Her areas of expertise are health promotion, physical fitness, mentoring nurses, disease management, finance, management, and research. She teaches classes at Loyola on Advanced Role Integration, Nursing Finance Resources, and Healthcare Systems Residency.

Steve Doody, MPS ’09, of Baton Rouge offers some reflections on what he, as a full-time lawyer, is doing with his Master of Pastoral Studies degree from the Loyola Institute for Ministry.

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