Posts tagged ‘Clinical Mental Health Counseling’

Dr. Goshorn Publishes Twice

Dr. Jeremy Goshorn, assistant professor of clinical mental health counseling, had two co-authored pieces published recently. The first, Never ready: Addictions counselors dealing with client death, appeared on the Wiley Online Library. This qualitative study explored the impacts of client death on addictions counselors. Next, Dr. Goshorn and colleagues published Hope and Thriving in the LGBTQ+ Community: Impact on the Interaction Between Sexual Identity and Outness in The Journal of LGBTQ Issues in Counseling. The scholars explored “the importance of Hope and Thriving (positive psychology traits) in mediating the complex relationship between LGBTQ identity and navigating the complexities of disclosure and concealment of one’s minority identity.”

CMHC Student Publishes Book

Sammy Nickalls, a student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program, recently published “Log Off–Self-Help for the Extremely Online.” According to an announcement from Spruce Books, a Sasquatch Imprint, “Sammy Nickalls created a guided journal to help us improve our relationships with our devices…”