Students present at 21st Annual American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference

On Monday, Feb. 26, graduate students Ashley Jackson and Kate Crockett presented at the 21st Annual American Association for Behavioral and Social Sciences Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The two students presented on “Cultural Considerations in Adolescent Attachment and Clinical Practice” during the poster session. Their research focused on the current literature regarding adolescent attachment, its relationship to culture and the implications of that relationship in terms of clinical counseling practice.

Both Crockett and Jackson are M.Ed. candidates in the Counselor Education program in College of Education.

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