Counseling Today

Through the child welfare kaleidoscope

By Sheri Pickover and Heather Brown June 27, 2017

The amazing feature about kaleidoscopes is the endless, ever-changing scenes and complex patterns they reveal to anyone who takes the time to look. The gentlest of rotations invites a new and oftentimes completely different perspective on the same set of colorful shapes. Working with children, adults and families involved in the child welfare system is…continue reading

‘Cultured’ counseling

By Laurie Meyers June 22, 2017

Pop culture has long exerted an influence on our lives, but some might argue that this overlap has unofficially reached its peak. After all, in November, a former reality TV star was elected president of the United States. And, of course, it is now possible for us to play computer games, listen to music, watch…continue reading

Counselors asked to advocate against FY2018 federal program cuts

By Bethany Bray June 13, 2017

The American Counseling Association will be keeping a sharp eye on federal budget proceedings through the next few months, as several programs critical to the work of counselors and school counselors are on the chopping block. Counselors can – and should – make their voices heard throughout the process by advocating to their congressmen and…continue reading