Katerina Sorrell, a 2014 graduate of Chapman University’s MA in School Counseling program in the Attallah College of Educational Studies, has received the 2021 National Certified School Counselor Award by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC). NBCC created the NCSC Awards to recognize school counselors’ achievements and help promote the programs they are implementing
As part of an ongoing effort to strengthen its programs and serve its partners more effectively, the Attallah College of Educational Studies held its inaugural Superintendents and Presidents Advisory Council (SPAC) meeting this month. Attallah College Dean Margaret Grogan, Ph.D., explained that this first SPAC meeting was the result of nearly four years of relationship
As the winners for this year’s Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) Counselor Recognition and Counselor Advocate Awards were notified in early February, the news got better and better for the Attallah College of Educational Studies’ School Counseling graduate program. One after the other, Attallah alumni and faculty were notified they’d been selected for Orange
In his opening keynote at the 6th Conference on School Psychology in Hanoi, Vietnam this summer, Dr. Michael Hass, Attallah College Professor and Program Coordinator of the School Counseling and School Psychology graduate programs, congratulated the Hanoi National University of Education and University of Education, Vietnam National University for opening the first graduate programs in
Two Attallah College graduates were recently selected to be the California Association of School Counselors’ 2018–2019 School Counseling Emerging Leaders. Brittney Pacini and Hayleigh Herrera both graduated from Chapman this spring with a Master of Arts in Counseling and Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPSC). The CASC School Counselor Emerging Leaders (SCEL) Program provides recent graduates
The Association of School Counselors at Chapman University recently held its first suicide risk assessment workshop for the local Orange County community. “We saw a need for additional awareness when it came to suicide prevention. Our goal was to provide evidenced-based strategies to educators in an effort to reduce the number of suicide attempts and
My name is Dany Espinoza. I was born and raised in Santa Ana and graduated from Century High School. I decided to become a counselor in high school as a result of the guidance and support I received from my high school counselor, Tomas Hernandez. I attended CSUF and graduated with a BA in Psychology and minor in Human Services. In 2012, I received my MA in Counseling and PPS credential from Chapman University.
The vision of the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) aims to ensure that all “children achieve their best. In school. At home. In life.” The NASP 2013 Annual Convention serves to connect school psychology graduate students and professionals by enhancing their knowledge of the most effective practices. Participating at the NASP 2013 Annual Convention