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Theo Burnes and Co-Authors Publish Article in Counseling Psychology Quarterly

Theodore BurnesFaculty in the MA in Clinical Psychology  Theo Burnes, PhD, MSEd, HSPP, LPCC, along with Debra Mollen, Samantha Lee, and Dena M. Abbott, has a recently published article in Counselling Psychology QuarterlySexuality Training in counseling Psychology screenshot of class

Sexuality training in counseling psychology,” details the results of their year-long analysis on sexuality training in LPCC programs. They surveyed from 38 counseling psychology doctoral programs primarily in the United States. The results showed that “relatively few programs offer comprehensive training in sexuality with particular areas such as sex therapy, sexual expression, and reproductive health especially unlikely to be covered.”

The study was motivated by statistics showing that the U.S. has some of the poorest sexual health outcomes in the industrialized world.


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Two Antioch Faculty Elected President of Regional Counseling Associations

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