CAS011 - Ethical Issues in Rural
Counseling w/ Dr. Rex D. Filer
Dr. Theresa O'Halloran, LPC - Professor - Adams State College - Dr. O'Halloran has been a counselor since 1989 and a counselor educator since 1997. Dr. O'Halloran's work as a counselor focuses on treatment of addictions, trauma, depression, anxiety, and communication skills with adolescent and adult individuals, couples and families. Her research and writing focuses on issues in counselor training, multiculturalism, and career development.
Guest:Rex D. Filer, Ph.D. is a professor in the Adams State College Department of Counselor Education. He has been a counselor since 1974 and a counselor educator since 1987. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and licensed counseling psychologist. He coordinates the school counseling program. He serves a ethics chair for the Colorado School Counselor Association.
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