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Announcements


  • Comprehensive Directory of Mental Health Services The updated 2013 directory is now available online
  • November 24-28
    Thanksgiving holiday
  • December 8-12
    Final examinations
  • December 13
    Commencement begins at 10 a.m. in the Convocation Center.
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PHOTO: Summer InstituteJames Madison University's 18th Annual Summer Institute in Counseling

March 28, 2014

Mark your calendars! The 18th annual Summer Institute in Counseling will run from Monday, June 16 – Friday, July 18, 2014. 

PHOTO: Out of the DarknessOut of the Darkness Campus Walk Held

April 3, 2014

On Sunday, March 30, walkers braved the snow, sleet, rain, and wind to participate in the fourth annual Out of the Darkness Walk. The event raises funds for research and services sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

PHOTO: HeselmeyerHeselmeyer To Receive Diversity Enhancement Award

April 2, 2014

Rebecca Heselmeyer, who is a student in our Ph.D. in Counseling and Supervision Program, is this year's student recipient of the JMU Diversity Enhancement Award!

PHOTO: Mueni MasambiaMueni Masambia Selected for ACA International Panel

March 4, 2014

Mueni Masambia, a third-year student in our Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program, has been selected to be a member of an international panel at the upcoming American Counseling Association Annual Conference in Honolulu.

PHOTO: CMHC Student Serves in JamaicaDr. Jack Presbury To Retire

January 7, 2014

Jack Presbury, our award-winning Counseling faculty member who has been an inspiring mentor, supervisor, and educator for over three decades here in the Valley, will be retiring next September.

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Welcome from the Director

Department Head

Welcome to the award-winning Counseling Programs at James Madison University!  Let me begin by simply sharing with you that I love working here.  Over the years, I have learned that the heart of a great academic program is not its curriculum, but its people.  And here at JMU, I am so lucky to be working with such compassionate, dynamic and dedicated students and faculty members. In countless ways, they have enriched my life, enhanced my personal growth, and promoted my professional development. More >