(Arlington, November 2015) Argosy University, Washington DC faculty member Dr. Stephanie Dailey, a member of the American Counseling Association and assistant professor of psychology and behavioral sciences, appeared in a CNN article on November 17 and discussed how counselors help survivors of terrorist attacks and other tragedies.
To read the article by CNN reporter, Carina Storrs, click on the link: How counselors help survivors of terrorist attacks and other tragedies
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