CAS019 - Inclusivity in Multicultural Counseling w/ Dr. Walter Breaux III - Airdate 5/11/2006
S. Lenoir Gillam is Associate Professor at Columbus State University, where she serves as the coordinator of the School Counseling Program. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The University of Georgia and has worked in schools, community agencies, and university counseling centers. Her research interests include group work, supervision and training, multicultural issues, and school counseling.
Dr. Walter Breaux, III is an Assistant Professor of Counseling, Educational Leadership, and Professional Studies at Columbus State University. He received his doctorate from the University of New Orleans and his masters of art from Xavier University in Louisiana. His interest areas in counseling include multiculturalism, clinical supervision, social justice, and spirituality in counseling.
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