Counselors for Social Justice works to promote social justice in our society through confronting oppressive systems of power and privilege that affect professional counselors and our clients and to assist in the positive change in our society through the professional development of counselors.
I need a minute: A Time for Collective Mourning monthly series
Presented by: Dr. Ebony White and Dr. Shon Smith - Second Friday's at 1PM EST
Events cancelled until further notice for updates.
Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd… Unfortunately, these are the most recent African American victims that have lost their lives by the hands of law enforcement or vigilantes for being Black in America. The global observation of this loss of life from a historical, racial, oppressive, policing system has and continues to have a significant impact on the mental health and physical health of all Americans witnessing these actions and responses. We invite all members of the counseling community to join us as we understand the need and purpose of a space for community and collective mourning as we continue the work of pursuing social justice.
INTRODUCING: CSJ doctoral Internship Program
Counselors for Social Justice is pleased to announce openings for Doctoral Internships, beginning Spring 2021.
Our organization can support Internships focusing on Leadership and Advocacy by helping Interns gain practical experience in navigating a professional counseling organization and advocating for systemic change.
For more information, please visit the Internship page.
Click HERE to apply today!
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Extra, extra, read all about it! CSJ October Newsletter
Check out CSJ's October 2020 Newsletter, featuring articles on the following topics:
Click HERE to read the full newsletter.
Questions? If you'd like to run a topic by CSJ, please email newsletter co-editors, Dr. Darius Green at email@example.com and Dr. Sam Steen at firstname.lastname@example.org.