M.Ed candidates present at Cross-Cultural Counseling & Education Conference

On Friday, Feb. 9th, Kate Crockett and Julian Yoon, students in the Master of Education in Counselor Education program on the Clinical Mental Health track, represented Augusta University at the Cross-Cultural Counseling & Education Conference in Savannah, Georgia.

They presented on Ethnic Identity Development in Third Culture Kids in the United States at the Coastal Georgia Center. The session provided clinical considerations and suggestions for practice when working with Third Culture Kids or Cross Cultural Kids.

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