The fact that counselors are, by nature, helpers and are often willing to give freely of their time does not mean that they should be treated unfairly as a labor force.
If counselors are truly committed to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion, it is time to challenge the status quo rather than remain silently complicit.
“It is one thing for us to challenge one another, hold each other accountable, and even heartily debate. It is another thing entirely to expect that any group of people should change their entire belief system or else not be included in the field.”
“O say does that star-spangled banner yet wave …” is a favorite line in our country’s National Anthem because it seems to simultaneously confirm our current liberties and challenge us to answer how relevant this symbol still is. In light of the events of the past year — horrific shootings, kneeling protesters, the ravages of…continue reading
The social media revolution tempts us with the ability to form connections worldwide, but insights from college students suggest some potentially serious consequences.