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LWC Doctoral Program receives CACREP accreditation

2018-02-13 - Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Venus Popplewell, Director of Public Relations, LWC.
The Lindsey Wilson College Doctoral Program in Counselor Education & Supervision (CES) received CACREP accreditation in January thanks to a decision by the board of directors of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).

The 72-hour, weekend PhD program is in its fourth year at LWC. The CES program is designed to prepare leaders in the field of professional counseling. Pictured is the most recent cohort in the CES Program: Front row from left, CES Student Racquel Strickland, CES Student BethAnne Swick, CES Student Elijah Sprague and CES Student Melanie Erwin. Back row from left, Professor of Counseling Patrick Hardesty, Director of Counselor Education and Supervision Jeff Parsons, CES Student Connie Elkins, CES Student Shelia Kleiser, CES Student Tina Back, CES Student Audra Boggs, VP for Academic Affairs Patricia Parrish, CES Student Carson Economy, Assistant Professor of Counseling Ed Gunberg and Associate Dean for School of Professional Counseling Jackie Montgomery. - VENUS POPPLEWELL

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