Prepping for the new SAT

By Lynne Shallcross August 21, 2014

Earlier this year, College Board President and CEO David Coleman faulted his own company’s test, the SAT, and its main competitor, the ACT, for being “disconnected from the work of our high schools.” In an effort to address that disconnect, among other goals, the College Board announced it would be revamping the SAT, with a…continue reading

Uncovering counseling’s past

By Bethany Bray July 30, 2014

Counselors are often urging their clients to learn from their past, to reflect on the decisions they have made and to consider how they have grown and changed. That lesson could – and should — be applied to the profession itself, according to the Historical Issues in Counseling Network. The 25-member group, one of 17…continue reading

Total health care

Lynne Shallcross October 1, 2013

When Russ Curtis visits his primary care physician (PCP) for his yearly checkup, the physician checks his blood pressure and his weight. She listens to Curtis’ heartbeat and asks if he’s been having any pain. She also screens for substance abuse and depression. It hasn’t always been the norm for family doctors to screen for…continue reading

CT staff wins three awards for publications excellence

August 21, 2013

Counseling Today continues its track record of earning honors in publications contests, most recently receiving three citations in the APEX 25th Annual Awards for Publication Excellence. Lynne Shallcross, former associate editor and senior writer at Counseling Today, won an APEX award in the writing series category for her two-part series on bullying, which appeared in…continue reading