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Commencement 2020: Danielle Castillejo, Master of Counseling Psychology

The Seattle School on December 2, 2020

Each year at commencement, the graduating class and faculty choose three students—one from each degree program—to offer words of blessing, calling, and conviction. Here, we’re sharing the full video and transcript of the exhortation given by Danielle Castillejo, Master of Counseling Psychology to her fellow graduates. You can also watch the speeches from Mercedes Robinson, […]

Culture

Practical Resilience in Ministry: A Webinar with Andrea Sielaff

The Seattle School on August 13, 2020

On June 25, Andrea Sielaff, MAC, Researcher for Resilient Leaders Project, hosted a conversation on the need for practices that can help cultivate practical resilience for ministry leaders. This was the final installment of the “Resilience in Crisis” webinar series, created to support, resource, and encourage leaders and practitioners through the pandemic crisis. Andrea interviewed […]

Student Life

What You Need to Know about Becoming a Licensed Mental Health Counselor

The Seattle School on June 24, 2020

If you’re currently in or are considering a counseling psychology program, you’re probably familiar with the acronyms like LMHC, or LPC, or other credentials behind people’s names. Here, Nicole Greenwald, a licensed counselor with over 10 years of experience, talks about the most frequently asked questions about the counseling licensure process—from different state requirements to […]