(from left to right) Claire Kohne (student), Claudia Norton, and Ida Ansell (alumna) presented Queer Relationships: Clinical Implications for Counseling LGBTQ+ Couples at the Louisiana Counseling Associations annual conference in New Orleans.
(from left to right) Annie Rooney, Jordan Esfeld, and Kathryn Pennings, assisted by Dr. Christine Ebrahim, presented Trauma-Informed, Mindfulness-Based Yoga and Addiction Recovery at the Louisiana Counseling Association's annual conference in New Orleans.
Semonne' A. Pierre, NCC, LPC presented Important First Steps for Young Professionals Establishing a Private Practice as part of the Leadership, Development, and Mentoring Institutute at the LCA in October, 2019.
The Alpha Phi Chapter of CSI joined together with SBP (formerly St. Bernard Project http://sbpusa.org) to rebuild houses and cultivate resilience with communities in need.
Sarah Hollows presented her research Toward an Intersectional Liberation Praxis: Collective Possibilities for Healing Through Legacies of Historical Trauma.
Kathryn Pennings presented her research on Healing Toxic Masculinity.
Rachel Van Kirk presented her research on Theoretical Orientation and Self-Efficacy in Counseling Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.
Xander Waites presented his research on Toxic Masculinity, Rape Myths, and Male Adult Sexual Assault.
Nikki Piazza presented her research on Modernizing Sex and Drug Education.
Dylan Kolesa presented his research on Discrimination and Victimization of Transgender Women: Implications for Counseling and Research.