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Nashville Grads Present at In-School Talk on Supervision Relationship from Classroom to Practice

Dr. Lacrecia Dangerfield, who in 2014 earned a Doctor of Education in Counselor Education & Supervision, and Kesha Smotherman, who in 2011 earned a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling, from Argosy University, Nashville recently presented at the school on the topic of “Supervision relationship from classroom to practice.”  The talks were focused on a “vision for neuro-informed counseling and supervision: ethical and multicultural implications.”

 

There were over 30 people in attendance to hear the speakers and to listen to a talk by Chad Luke, author “Neuroscience for Counselors: Integrating the Sciences of Mind and Brain (SAGE, 2015).”

 

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