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'Counseling is a natural expression of who I am'

'Counseling is a natural expression of who I am'

Friday, June 20, 2014

Ruth Johnson Ezeonwuka transferred to John Brown University in 2008, earning a bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Services before enrolling in JBU’s Graduate Counseling program. She and her husband, Amaelo, graduated from JBU in May 2014 with Master of Science degrees in community counseling. Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 2:05 PM

 
Practical experience, access to faculty set JBU apart

Practical experience, access to faculty set JBU apart

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Twyla Francis was a single mom when she decided that she wanted to help others by becoming a licensed counselor. Once she decided on a career path, she knew that counseling required a master’s degree, so she enrolled in JBU’s Degree Completion Program to complete her bachelor’s degree and prepare Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 9:24 AM

 
Not just a number

Not just a number

Monday, May 12, 2014

I am so grateful for my time at JBU. When I decided to attend graduate school, I wanted to find a program where I would feel like a person, not just a number. At JBU, I have felt encouraged and known by my professors, supervisors, and fellow students. The most impacting aspect of my journey through Read More

Posted By: Sara Lentz at 7:34 PM

 
Meet Dr. Barry Wingfield

Meet Dr. Barry Wingfield

Sunday, April 27, 2014

To meet growing market demand for JBU’s Graduate Counseling programs in the Little Rock area, John Brown University has added Barry Wingfield, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT-S, to its faculty roster. When JBU began offering its Graduate Counseling program at the new JBU Little Rock Center last August, Wingfield Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 3:56 PM

 
Last week to register!

Last week to register!

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Friday is the last day to register for the JBU Family Therapy Conference. The conference will be held on Friday, April 11 in the Simmons Great Hall on the Siloam Springs campus. If you wish to attend, you must be registered by Friday, March 28. Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 9:33 AM

 
Updated degree program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Updated degree program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Exciting news from the Graduate Counseling Department! Beginning with the fall 2014 semester, we will be offering a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. This degree option will replace the Community Counseling degree and emphasis for all incoming students Read More

Posted By: Dr John Carmack at 5:50 PM

 
Self-Assessment

Self-Assessment

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Fellow mental health providers, do you agree with the following statements? “I believe in the importance of working with young children and their families. I often encounter family issues when I work with young children, and I often encounter issues with young children when I work with Read More

Posted By: Dr Nick Cornett at 12:21 PM

 
Join us for an Info Session!

Join us for an Info Session!

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Considering a master's degree? Join us for an Information Session to discover how you can complete your graduate degree in business, counseling or education at John Brown University. We'll discuss admissions requirements and financial aid and answer any questions you might have about the enrollment Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 10:12 AM

 
What a Super Bowl commercial taught us about how kids communicate

What a Super Bowl commercial taught us about how kids communicate

Monday, February 10, 2014

Did you see this commercial about Andrew? It is Super Bowl Sunday quality in its humor while also revealing an important message about the nature of children and how they communicate. Read More

Posted By: Dr Nick Cornett at 8:39 AM

 
Walking with Hurting People

Walking with Hurting People

Thursday, January 16, 2014

As a Child and Family Studies major at my undergraduate university in Texas, I was challenged and inspired to dig deep into family life and environment in order to evaluate a child’s behavior. In my studies, I found that some of the most defining years of a person’s life are in their earliest years, Read More

Posted By: Whitney Lasse at 12:24 PM