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Connie Elkins accepts award at ACA Conference

2019-04-11 - New Orleans, LA - Photo courtesy the American Counseling Association.
Three students from LWC's Doctorate of Philosophy in Counselor Education & Supervision Program earned national recognition by placing first in an ethics essay competition hosted by the American Counseling Association.The Ph.D. students received their award at the ACA Conference and Expo held in New Orleans on March 29. Their submission will be published in Counseling Today, the national publication for counseling professionals. LWC launched its doctorate program in 2014.

Pictured, from left to right, CEO of the American Counseling Association Richard Yep, LWC Director of Counselor Education & Supervision Jeffrey Parsons and LWC doctoral student Connie Elkins from Richlands, VA. Team members not pictured: Sherry Miller from Louisville, KY, and Jay Tift from Brentwood, TN.

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