Counselor Education

Announcements

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2018 CNED GRADUATES! 
WE'RE SO PROUD OF YOU! 

SP18  CNED Grads

CNED Grads and faculty

 

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 We are thrilled to announce a partnership between the WIU Department of Counselor Education and the Robert Young Center!

The CNED clinic will serve as a satellite location for Robert Young Center clients to be seen by a Clinical Mental Health Counseling Practicum student, under the supervision of an onsite Robert Young Center licensed staff member. This partnership will allow CMHC students to work in a clinic that was specifically designed for clinical supervision, thus providing a strong foundation for acquiring counseling skills. 
We are very excited about this partnership and think it will be an amazing opportunity for our students, WIU, and the Quad Cities community!


Lauren Isaacson & Alicia Means presented their poster titled, "Web Based Interventions Serving Foster Families" at the 2017 Illinois Counseling Association Annual Conference in Naperville, Illinois. 

Alicia & Lauren

Poster


Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Association, and Psych Club participated in the NAMI walk September 2017 at Modern Woodman Park in Davenport, Iowa. The WIU-QC student newspaper wrote an article about their efforts, which can be found below.  

Recruiting for NAMI at the Solar Eclipse Party

Check out the Edge article


Dr. Matthew BeckCONGRATULATIONS go out to Dr. Matt Beck for receiving the Albert Hood Emerging Scholar award from the College of Education at University of Iowa. 



Dr. Tiffany Stoner-Harris CONGRATULATIONS to CNED's Dr. Tiffany Stoner-Harris! She was  honored at the Gathering of Women's 11th Anniversary Tea Party that honored Quad City "Sheroes" - African American Women who make a difference!  We are so proud of her recognition at this event!  

  


Alicia Means CONGRATULATIONS to Alicia Means, a graduate  student in  WIU-QC Department of Counselor Education's  Clinical Mental Health Counseling program.  Alicia's essay, Strengthing Professional Identity Through Wellness Advocacy, earned third place in the entry-level students category of the Leadership Essay Contest co-sponsored by Chi Sigma Iota (CSI) and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). Please click on the following link to view Alicia's winning entry. Alicia, a CNED Graduate Assistant, is a member of WIU-QC's  Chi Sigma Iota Xi  Chapter. Congratulations, Alicia! We're proud of you!  https://www.csi-net.org/?Leadership  


 Hello, CNED graduates! - The Department is starting a project and needs your help! We want to create a "wall of fame" on the bulletin board in the CNED Department. We are asking our graduates (new and old) to send your business cards from your new/current jobs! We want to proudly display all of your accomplishments!

Please let your site supervisor, friends, etc. who also graduated from WIU's Department of Counselor Education know that we would like their cards too!

The address is 3300 River Drive, Rm. 2427, Moline IL 61265, or you can just stop in to say hello and and drop one off then!!  

Thank you! The Department of Counselor Education


 

Reminders

Change of Address

If you have a change of address, phone number (work, cell, home), or name, remember to let our office know! Please call the Department at 309-762-1876 or by email at cned@wiu.edu. It is important that we have correct contact information! Thank you! You must also inform the University of these changes via STARS.

CNED Listserv

This is the main means of communication of important information and updates that directly affect the CNED student. Messages are sent daily which can impact your progress in the Department. 
                                        
NOTE: This is a moderated listserv (for current students only) and all communications are approved prior to being published.

ECOM / WIU E-mail Account

This is the email account that ends in wiu.edu. All WIU students have an ECOM e-mail available to them – but it must be activated by the student. Please follow the instructions on the GUAVA website to activate your account (Email Options - Guava Activation).

Your WIU e-mail account is the only way Western Illinois University and the Department of Counselor Education will contact you when communicating by e-mail. No personal e-mail accounts will be recognized. Thank you!