Members of the Counseling@Northwestern community share how they are managing loneliness during the pandemic.
Dr. Russell Fulmer
Counseling@Northwestern Attends the 2018 International Association for Counselling Annual Conference
This September, Counseling@Northwestern faculty and students presented at the 2018 International Association for Counselling Annual Conference in Rome.
Student Theodora Cunningham discusses her experience with the self-reflective practitioner component of the Counseling@Northwestern program, sharing highlights and offering advice for prospective students.
Counseling@Northwestern student Sheila Abichandani discusses her evolution through four quarters of the program, sharing how her studies related to her experience raising a child with autism and reflecting on the lasting bonds she has formed with her cohort.
In the third post of our ongoing series, Dr. Russell Fulmer meets with student Sarah Douglas to discuss her journey toward becoming a counselor, which included a career change. Douglas also gives advice on how to navigate the program for students who are new to the field of mental health.
Are you ready for the robots? They are coming in great numbers, they are proficient, and they will do amazing things that human beings cannot. The 2020s are just around the corner. This decade is likely to usher in a new era for civilization—the rise of artificial intelligence.
Counseling and martial arts have a lot in common: counseling works through the mind, hoping that insight and resolve take root and lead to change, while martial arts begin with action, so that through practiced movement the mind may find peace. Counseling and martial arts are two sides of the same coin and the goal of both is empowerment.
Don’t judge a book by its cover. At first glance, the counseling field and works of William Shakespeare may seem to have little in common, but looks can be deceiving. Beneath the cover, both are defined by an interest in the human condition: What makes us tick? What drives us? What confounds us? Let’s explore the connection in a little more depth.