Nina Stewart was selected as the 2014-2015 recipient of the Chi Sigma Iota Outstanding Service to the Chapter Award. Nina has been invited to receive her award at the annual American Counseling Association (ACA) conference in Orlando later this spring.
Congratulations, Nina, and thank you for your service to CSI and to our community!
The newsletter was selected as the 2014-2015 recipient of the Chi Sigma Iota Outstanding Chapter Newsletter Award. Bri Cortez has been invited to receive the award at the annual American Counseling Association (ACA) conference in Orlando later this spring.
Thank you to Bri Cortez for the countless hours she spends making our amazing monthly newsletter!
Loyola Counseling intramural team, Pink Freud, aptly named after the father of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud, went undefeated this flag football season, finishing with a 6-0 record. Led by all-star quarterback, Jenna Oncale, the Pink Freuds serged their way to victory with poise and class. Team members also included: Maggie Alewine, Kristen Centanni, Bri Cortez, Sarah Finney, Xenia Hatzilias, Carly Herron, Lynsey Hinnenkamp, Tracy Kinamore, Stephie Koch, Devin Leivo, Megan Loos, Megan Matthews, and Rachel Schaub.
Special thanks to Coach Donnie and Assistant Coach Devin.
Loyola welcomed back Counseling Alumni for a panel discussion about entering into the professional world after graduation. Special thanks to Michelle Gay, Kellie Camelford, Peter Santos, Mary DePartout, Matt Watson, Joanika Leblanc, and Rebecca Garside for sharing their wisdom.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) New Orleans has provided services, support, education, and advocacy to people with mental illness and their families since 1978. NAMI New Orleans hosted its 5th annual walk in October in order to raise money for their continued work in the New Orleans community. Through various fundraising efforts, including a fundraiser at Rock’n’Bowl, Loyola Counseling Department’s Honor Society, Chi Sigma Iota, Alpha Phi Chapter raised over $3,500 that will go directly towards services offered by NAMI New Orleans.
Stephanie R. Robinson MS, LPC, NCC is the new Admissions and Clinical Coordinator for the Department of Counseling. Stephanie graduated from Loyola's Counseling Program in 2011. We're glad to have you back!
Leigh Boyer, Lauren Finan, Stephanie Garcia, Michelle Gay, Justin Genovese, Kerry Hegarty, Lizza Ieromazzo, Rae Jacobson, Summer Keenan, Neema Murimi, Tina Robinson, Frances Rodriguez, Jesse Roessler, Peter Santos, Richelle Stansbury, Sean Tate, & Becca Weingard.
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NAMI, is the National Alliance Against Mental Illness with a local office located in New Orleans that provides resources, education, and support to those affected by a mental illness within the community. For more information visit: www.nami.org
Congratulations to; Christine E. Bagala, Shawn M. Allen Boyd, Lisa A. Chew, Basem A. Darwish, Mary DePartout, Ariann Nicole Evans, Caitlyn Galjour, Jill A. Glenney, Kathleen A. Hancock, Walesa Kanarek, Nathan J. Koch, Melody Louise Baker Marks, Danielle Newton, Alison Phillips, Alison M. Proctor, Nicole C. Snyder, Matthew T. Watson.
Nasima Khan, currently pursuing a MS in Counseling, has been awarded this year's International Student Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded each year to a student in F-1 status, with a 3.0 minimum grade point average who has demonstrated significant contributions to cultural understanding and awareness at Loyola. Financial need and academic merit are also considered. The recipient is selected by a committee of faculty, staff and students.