Dr. Jacqueline Swank awarded the FAPT Viola Brody Award

Dr. Jacqueline Swank at the FAPT Viola Brody award ceremony

Dr. Jacqueline Swank was selected to receive the Florida Association for Play Therapy (FAPT) Viola Brody Award for making an outstanding contribution to the field of play therapy.

Dr. Hannah Bayne receives ASERVIC Research Award

Dr. Hannah Bayne at award ceremony

Dr. Hannah Bayne received the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC) Research Award at the 2019 ASERVIC Conference in Colorado Springs.

Jo Lauren Weaver Selected as AARC Graduate Student Representative

Jo Lauren Weaver headshot

Jo Lauren Weaver, doctoral student, was selected as the Graduate Student Representative for the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC). She will serve the organization in this capacity from 2019-2021.

Caleb Chambliss and Jamie Edmondson Receive AMCD Presidential Awards

Caleb Chambliss and Jamie Edmondson, both master’s/Ed.S. students, received the Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD) Presidential Award.

Faculty, Students, and Alum Attend the ACA Convention in New Orleans

CE keynote attendees

UF Counselor Education Program faculty, students, and alumni attended the 2019 ACA Convention in New Orleans.

Justin Tauscher Receive ACAC Research Grant

Justin Tauscher, counselor education doctoral student, received a research grant from the Association of Child and Adolescent Counseling for his study titled, “Predicting Treatment Attrition in Adolescent Addiction Treatment Services: A Machine Learning Approach”.

Nina Medyk Selected as ACAC Emerging Leader

Medyk accepting award

Nina Medyk, counselor education doctoral student, was selected as the Association for Child and Adolescent Counseling (ACAC) Emerging Leader.

Philip Daniels Receives the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Professional Practice Award

Philip Daniels Headshot

The Outstanding Graduate Professional Practice Award recognizes a student who demonstrates excellence in professional activities related to educator preparation including pedagogy, best practices, assessment, and the translation of research to improve practice.

UF Counselor Education Program Ranked #3

Congratulations Counselor Education

The UF Counselor Education Program has consistently been ranking in the top 10 by the US News & World Report since the ranking began in the 1990s. Recently, they released the rankings for 2020 and the UF Counselor Education Program moved up two spots to be tied for #3.

Fourth Annual Advocacy Trip to the State Capitol

The UF Counselor Education Program traveled to Tallahassee to engage in legislative advocacy for the 4th straight year.