The School of Education’s Counseling and Human Development program is pleased to announce the 2014 Summer Seminar series.
Starting its 28th year, the series is designed to provide the most up-to-date professional development opportunities to help counselors, social workers, and other mental health professionals improve their diagnostic, treatment, and counseling skills. In a continuing effort to bring the latest research and insight to the classroom, this year there will be 14 course offerings taught by leading academics and practitioners in their fields. This wide range of courses includes Introduction to Neuroscience for Mental Health Clinicians, Many Facets of Grief, and Career Coaching: Innovative Career Counseling Practices.
All courses are taught by leading practitioners and researchers in their respective fields. Whether you are looking to advance your career in one of our non-credit courses or are looking to earn graduate credit, check out how Summer Seminars can help achieve your goals.