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Counselor Education

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Why Do Black & Brown Youth Fear & Distrust Police?

Dr. Rafael Outland, Assistant Professor in the Department of Counselor Education, published a manuscript  exploring why Black and Brown youth fear and distrust police, and to discuss implications for counselors and service providers who work with survivors of youth killings by police.

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Attending to Faculty: Addressing Burnout in Counselor Education Leaders

John Harrichand (Department of Counselor Education) published an article that highlights the challenges of counselor education faculty related to leadership experience, leadership competence, and burnout.

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Counselor Education Faculty Invited as Panelist for REAL Conversations

Rafael Outland was an invited panelist for a series titled, “REAL – Rochester Equity & Access Leadership – Conversations.”

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The Stress of Helping Others Navigate a Pandemic: The Importance of Self-Care for Counselors

John Harrichand (Assistant Professor in the Department of Counselor Education) published an article that highlights the importance of self-care and wellness for counselors as they navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Fitness Club Takes Weight Off Minds

School counselors created a fitness club providing students a place to belong. 

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Making a Community Impact

In a new community collaboration, Counselor Education students are supporting local patients while pursuing their degrees.