In honor of World AIDS Day, UCF Associate Professor J. Richelle Joe shares some insight into the HIV epidemic.
The counselor education master’s program and Associate Professor J. Richelle Joe were recognized for excellence and innovation in counselor education.
They may seem like insignificant accessories, but buttons have proved to be useful tools, words of encouragement and declarations of self-expression.
How I found healing through journaling and reminiscing about photographs.
Society’s fascination with weight is a type of discrimination and prejudice.
Addressing a major public health crisis like COVID-19 requires the full engagement of the public, so we cannot afford to be divided and disconnected.
UCF counselor education students gain meaningful, supervised experience while providing accessible counseling services at no cost to K-5 students and their families.
The Community Counseling and Research Center is a training facility for counseling students in the College of Community Innovation and Education, the anchor college to UCF Downtown. The center has been offering free mental health services to the Orlando community since the 1990s
Demonstrations of the past week encapsulate the pain and anger carried by millions of Black Americans every day.
Study finds African-American mothers live in fear that their sons will be stopped by people in authority and could potentially be killed, which impacts the way these women parent their sons.