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Applications of Humanistic Counseling Part I: Counseling Ex-Offenders

The Theory of Change Podcast

Release Date: 09/10/2019

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On this episode we learn from Dr. Mark Scholl, an associate professor of counseling at Wake Forest University, about his work in counseling the ex-offender population. His scholarship focuses on culturally responsive approaches to counseling and supervision; Existential counseling and psychotherapy; Constructivist approaches to counseling; Career counseling with ex-offenders & individuals with disabilities.

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