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Tag: Counseling and Counselor Education

Apr 27, 2022

Adam Brandt ’22PHD: ‘Education Never Gets Old, and There’s Always Something New to Find’

Adam Brandt ’22PHD believes he will never be done learning. When he was hearing his master’s degree, he realized that he wanted to be like the faculty members he was learning from and thought it would be exciting to earn a terminal degree in his field.  

Feb 17, 2022

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘Choosing Counselor Education Means That I’m Educating Those Future School Counselors Who are Going to be in the School System for the Next 50 Years,’ Says BJ Durham ‘22PHD

BJ Durham ‘22PHD, a graduate assistant in the Office of Graduate Student Success and a self-described “counselor at heart,” works hard to help graduate students in the NC State College of Education thrive. 

NC State College of Education Assistant Teaching Professor Terri Tilford

Jan 5, 2022

Meet Assistant Teaching Professor Terri Tilford: ‘I Hope Students Learn From Me the Joy of Learning, How to Effectively Help Others and How to Identify and Develop Their Niche in Counseling’

Terri Tilford joined the NC State College of Education as an assistant teaching professor of counseling and counselor education in January 2022. 

NC State College of Education doctoral student Harley Locklear

Nov 3, 2021

Doctoral Student Harley Locklear is Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Through Scholarship and Programming in School Counseling

As a member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, Harley Locklear has become hyper-aware of the inequities faced by his people and other minoritized groups regarding opportunity, access and resources since leaving his tribal territory. 

NC State College of Education Doctoral Student Demah Payne '20PHD

Nov 24, 2020

Meet Demah Payne ‘20PHD: ‘I Am Passionate About Helping Others Who Have Mental Health Concerns’

Demah Payne ‘20PHD has always been intrigued with the mind and enjoyed understanding why and how people think the way they do. That interest, combined with his passion for helping people with mental health concerns, led him to pursue a Ph.D. in counseling and counselor education from the NC State College of Education. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Nov 19, 2020

NC State College of Education Celebrates Alumni, Doctoral Students who Serve as Counselors in Local Schools for American Education Week

The NC State College of Education recognizes five of its doctoral students and alumni for their contributions and commitment to education, serving as advocates and counselors in local schools and communities as part of American Education Week. 

Meet Our Incoming Students

Aug 18, 2020

Meet Our Incoming Students: Three of Our Newest Graduate Students

The NC State College of Education welcomed over 450 graduate students this fall. Meet three of the college’s newest graduate students -- each of them coming from various backgrounds and professions. 

Four hands sitting on top of four separate electronic devices

Apr 9, 2020

NC State College of Education Students Lend a Helping Hand, Find Creative Ways to Support Educators and Each Other Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

As North Carolina and the nation work to combat the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), education is moving online and into the home. Students from the NC State College of Education are lending a helping hand to each other and communities. 

BJ Durham's NC State Club Basketball Team

Mar 31, 2020

Counseling and Counselor Education Doctoral Student BJ Durham ’22PHD Aspires to Make A Difference in the Lives of Athletes

Doctoral student BJ Durham '22PHD came to the NC State College of Education for the counseling and counselor education program. He has always wanted to help people, physically and mentally. As a former college basketball player, Durham aspires to counsel athletes. 

CCERC Staff

Feb 26, 2020

Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC) Takes a Holistic Approach to Community Engagement

Graduate students from the NC State College of Education's counselor education program provide mental health services to the Wake County community through the Community Counseling, Education, and Research Center (CCERC). Students serve individuals older than 14 in areas like anxiety, depression and relationships. Love is a core principle for CCERC.