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  • Kyle Laver is serving as the School Counselor in Residence for the JMU School Counseling Program for the 2014-2015 academic year. Kyle has her EdS in School Counseling from JMU, has worked as a middle school counselor, and also works as a career coach.
  • The School Counseling Program will begin accepting applications for the 2015 - 2016 term beginning October 15.
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PHOTO: Blair ShelleySpotlight on an Alumni - Blair Shelley

November 20, 2014

Blair Shelley graduated from the School Counseling Program in May of 2013, has recently gotten married, and moved to Summerville, South Carolina to start her career as an elementary School Counselor.

LOGO: Summer Institute18th Annual Summer Institute in Counseling Sessions Garner Wide Appeal

November 6, 2014

With 12 different sessions featured, the Department of Graduate Psychology’s Summer Institute in Counseling opened its courses to students and mental health professionals June 16-July 18 on the JMU campus.

PHOTO: John ClarkeSpotlight on Alumni - John Clarke

October 27, 2014

John Clarke graduated from the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program in May of 2013 and has since moved to San Francisco, California to start his career path as a therapist.

PHOTO: Summer InstituteFall Counseling Workshop Announced

October 10, 2014

Join us for our Fall School Counseling Workshop on Motivational Interviewing and Mindfulness: 11/7/14 from 8-3, NTelos Room, ISAT Building. Continuing competency credit awarded.

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We are glad you stopped by to explore the School Counseling Program at James Madison University. Students in our program are immersed in learning about themselves, their peers, and how to most effectively work with children and adolescents. Entering into the school counseling program provides opportunities for personal growth, making new connections with friends and colleagues, and learning how to best serve the youth in our schools through the profession of School Counseling. More >