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Psychology club a resume-builder for students

Psychology Club is one of 50+ organizations here at Charleston Southern University and, for the students who attend, serves as an outlet for students to gain knowledge about graduate school, perspective jobs in the field, and different ways to participate in the community supporting charities such as Walk for Life and Walk for Alzheimer’s, and […]

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Receiving the best medicine

Cate Carroll ‘91 is the State Director of Intellectual/Developmental Disability Services for Delta Community Supports for New Jersey services. She is responsible for ensuring 36 group homes provide safe and healthy environments for individuals to live meaningful lives and become as independent as they are able. She and her husband, Kevin, have been married for […]

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Changing lives through hope

Derek Brown, PhD, LPC ‘04 is executive director of the Arkansas Baptist Children’s Homes and Family Ministries. He holds a Master of Divinity, Master of Theology, and a Doctor of Philosophy, all specializing in psychology and counseling. He is thankful to CSU for spiritual and academic growth, and because it is where he met the […]

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SACSCOC approves MS in Counseling Psychology accreditation

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges has approved accreditation of Charleston Southern University’s Master of Science in Counseling Psychology. Coursework is taught from a distinctive Christian worldview and develops students to be clinically competent and biblically sound counselors. Three possible areas of clinical emphasis are available: Marriage and Family, Addiction Treatment […]

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