After experiencing combat as a Marine in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, W. Bryce Hagedorn, PhD, NCC, MAC, LMHC, QCS, began considering the possibility of becoming a counselor and helping service members, fellow veterans, and other military-connected individuals when he eventually re-entered civilian life.
Mental health counselors are needed now more than ever because of the pandemic. But this week, some of Florida’s therapists in training may not be able to help anymore.
The counselor education master’s program and Associate Professor J. Richelle Joe were recognized for excellence and innovation in counselor education.
University Of Central Florida’s Opioid Workforce Expansion Program Is Training The Next Generation Of Addiction Counselors Like Pamela Duff
Eight clinical mental health counseling graduate students spent two semesters learning how to treat clients with opioid and substance-use addiction.
This years’ inductees are experts in methodology, animation, music history, business ethics and other fields.
Federal Grant Prepares Mental Health Counseling Interns for Work in Opioid Treatment and Recovery Services
Graduate students as part of the UCF-Aspire Behavioral Health Internship Program are being prepared to better serve clients struggling with opioid and substance-use addiction thanks to a new grant.