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Seven Distinctive Features of Southwestern College’s MA in Counseling Program

The Southwestern College Counseling program is fully approved by the Higher Learning Commission, and  offers a number of distinctive advantages over most other clinical programs. 1.  Our holistic, integrative clinical curriculum combines current evidence-based practices in the field with exposure to alternative and indigenous healing perspectives, traditions and ceremony, for a true multicultural flavor and training experience.   …
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ONE LOVE

by Jessica Callaway, LPAT, LPCC, ATR-BC   I didn't know what to expect when I decided to go to Haiti. I realized when I was on the plane that I was partly, or mostly, going for selfish reasons. I was excited to practice art therapy and teach yoga in an environment I had…
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Psychology of Altruism: A Creative Experience

by Christine Miller, M.A. Candidate in Art Therapy and Counseling at Southwestern College The initial quarter of classes I took at Southwestern College was both exciting and intimidating. It was through one of my first and most memorable classes, that I learned the value of intention. Without a concrete intent to work on something I would get…
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Therapists & the New Social Media World Order

What Therapists Need to Know About the New Order of Things in Ten Bullet Points The world is changing incredibly fast That doesn’t have to be scary, but you DO have to pay attention The economy and Obamacare are going to lead to a new culture of jobs/careers in this country (they already are…
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Seven Ways to Build Your Resume & Create Career Opportunities

Seven Ways to Build Your Resume & Create Career Opportnities 1) Join a professional organization, 2) Volunteer for a leadership position in it 3) Present at a professional, state level conference 4) Write a piece for Sunspots, the newsletter of the New Mexico Counseling Association (or a similar newsletter) 5) Volunteer…
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Social Media Coach: Images & Infinitely More

Images, You Tube, Call to Action, Instagram, Vine, Vimeo, Scoop It, Stumble Upon, Trip Advisor, Yelp and Keywords Using Images You will decide for yourself what your web page will look like, but you should make this general note to yourself: Pinterest, the newer Facebook Timelines,the new Google Plus,  and a lot of the popular…
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SWC Social Media Coaching: Pinterest, Twitter, Google Plus, Hootsuite

Conversation Number Four: Images, Pinterest, You Tube, Twitter, Google Plus, Hootsuite Using Images You will decide for yourself what your page will look like, but you should note this: Pinterest, the newer Facebook Timelines, and a lot of the popular literature on social media marketing emphasize the increasing importance of images, photos, videos, memes,…
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SWC Social Media Coaching: General Guidelines

Southwestern College’s Social Media Coaching Conversation Number Three: General Guidelines and Info about Social media (stuff you should know early on) Establishing a Clear Identity It helps to have a clear sense of your mission, your strengths, and the kind of practice (and/or website) you ideally would like to create. When I see ads where…
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Southwestern College’s New Social Media Coaching Conversations Series…

Southwestern College’s Social Media Coaching Conversations…  --for students, alumni, faculty & staff of Southwestern College --by Jim Nolan, President, Southwestern College Conversation Number One: Intro & Facebook Over the past several years, I have made a valiant effort to put Southwestern College on the Social Media map. As you probably know, Social Media has become…
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Social Media and Informed Consent for Therapists: by Laura Lansrud-Lopez

"Your Informed Consent Form is Out of Date--You Just Don't Know It Yet" --by Laura Lansrud-Lopez A primary responsibility of art therapists and mental health counselors is to protect our client’s rights. We’re tasked with the duty to communicate honestly, clearly, compassionately, and with integrity from the outset about limits to confidentiality, the potential…
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Therapists Are A Perfect Fit for Social Media Sensibilities

Therapists Have Long Lived Where the Business World Just Bought Land... Recently, in an O’Hare Airport bookstore, I was looking through the Business section, which is also where Social Media books tend to live. Totally amazing. The “New Business Sensibility” is emerging—it is an epic change. And Social Media is the cause, the effect, and…
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Southwestern College Social Media Tips for Therapists…

Southwestern College, Santa Fe Is Growing Its Social Media Presence and Support Daily! President Jim Nolan and Trustee/Alumna/Faculty Laura Lansrud-Lopez have been studying, teaching and presenting on Social Media for over two years (in addition to being ACTIVE in Social Media for much longer...)  We have found that, in general, many therapists are woefully unprepared…
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LinkedIn Part 2: Your Profile–Stuff You Don’t Know (Yet)

LinkedIn Part 2: Your Profile—Stuff You Don’t Know (Yet) Your LinkedIn profile should be filled out 100%--it is REALLY in your best interest. (I have lots to add myself—it requires regular updating and upkeep…) For this conversation, you should go log in to your LinkedIn account and have that window open so that you can…
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LinkedIn Part 1 for Graduate Students and Therapists: A REALLY Powerful Tool for Connections, Jobs, Internships

  Why Should I Join LinkedIn?   No doubt most of you are at least familiar with, if not already active in, the world of Social Media. Well, I have recently conducted a pretty in-depth study of the major Social Media forums, and am moving into some of the lesser known ones. As the…
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