WEBINAR - A Research Exploration of African American Counselor-in-Training...

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About the webinar:

This presentation will discuss the importance of group counseling and how to improve confidence levels when conducting group counseling. It will specifically focus on discussing research done that explored and evaluated the importance and confidence levels of African American counselors-in-training core group counseling skills. We will also discuss the importance of group counseling in schools, career, and mental health areas.


Levette Dames, PhD, Assistant Professor, NCCU Counselor Education Program

Mahmud Mansaray, PhD, Research Analyst, NCCU Dept of Research, Evaluation, & Planning

Elizabeth M. Ghekiere, NCCU Mental Health Counseling Student

Caroline Gobble, NCCU Mental Health Counseling Student

One NBCC clock hour of continuing education can be provided.

The Counselor Education Program at NCCU has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 4495. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Counselor Education Program at NCCU is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

This event is a webinar (short for web-based seminar). It will be held completely online - in real time - using WebEX. As a participant, you will be able to view the presentation and hear the presenter. You will also be able to interact and participate using text chat (or "instant messaging").

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You may join the meeting/webinar from a desktop, laptop, tablet device, or smartphone. If joining from a mobile device, you will need to download the WebEX app from your app store (it should be a free app).

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When logging in on the day of the event, please make sure to login using your first and last name (so that we may accurately take attendance for the purposes of continuing education records).

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