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Dana Stone and Jessica ChenFeng publish new book: Finding Your Voice as a Beginning Marriage and Family Therapist

September 17, 2019

Finding Your Voice as a Beginning Marriage and Family Therapist

Dana Stone (EPC) and Jessica ChenFeng (former EPC faculty) published their first book: Finding Your Voice as a Beginning Marriage and Family Therapist. Finding Your Voice as a Beginning Marriage and Family Therapist provides support to early career marriage and family therapists who seek authentic and meaningful connections with themselves, their colleagues, and the clients they serve. Read more

College of Education Sponsors CALPCC Conference at CSUN

April 12, 2019

Counseling in a Divisive Society: Collaboration, Growth, and Change

Please join us for a long weekend in beautiful Southern California for CALPCC’s 2019 Annual 2-day Conference at CSUN, sponsored by the Michael D. Eisner College of Education. We invite all counseling and allied disciplines with diverse interests and specialty areas to come together to reaffirm our field’s commitment, passion and energy toward improving the lives of those we serve. We stand firmly for a socially conscious, inclusive and just society and welcome you to join us in affirming our commitment to those we serve through collaboration, growth and change. Read more

Education Professors Present at International Convention of Psychological Science

March 14, 2019

Jennifer Vargas Pemberton, Diane Gerhart, Sheree Shraeger at the International Convention of Psychological Science

Jennifer Vargas Pemberton, Diane Gerhart, and Sheree Shraeger recently presented at the International Convention of Psychological Science, speaking on "Using Virtual Reality to Prepare Clinicians Working with Vulnerable Populations". This symposium presented the SIMPACT Immersive Learning Program, a virtual/mixed reality methodology that has important implications for enhancing the mental health treatment approaches.  Read more

Mitchell Family Counseling Center Offers Free Therapy to Fire and Shooting Victims

November 14, 2018

Oviatt Library

Mitchell Family Counseling Center at California State University Northridge wishes to express our deepest condolences to those who have been affected by the tragedy in Thousand Oaks and support and encouragement to those in the surrounding areas affected by the fires. The clinic offers low-fee therapy services to the local community. If you have been directly affected by these recent events, and would like therapeutic support, we are offering up to 4 free sessions of individual, couple, or family therapy. Read more

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