Posted August 15th, 2014 by & filed under Valuable Posts on working in the Mental Health Profession, Tips/Advice on choosing a graduate program, Counseling at SWC, Top News, Reflections from President Nolan, Featured.
The Southwestern College Counseling program is fully approved by the Higher Learning Commission, and offers a number of distinctive advantages over most other clinical programs.1. Our holistic, integrative clinical curriculum combines current evidence-based practices in the field with exposure to alternative and indigenous healing perspectives, traditions and ceremony, for a true multicultural flavor and training experience. 2. We have…
Posted March 28th, 2013 by & filed under Top News, Reflections from President Nolan, So you want to become a therapist? Tips and Advice for Prospective Students.
Language can be a complicated thing. At Southwestern College, we continue to reach for the best language we can find to describe what we do. We call our program holistic, or integrative. We also use the term “spiritually-sourced”; that term probably requires some unpacking.
At Southwestern College, we REGULARLY enroll students whose primary…
Posted March 25th, 2013 by & filed under Top News, Reflections from President Nolan, So you want to become a therapist? Tips and Advice for Prospective Students.
Southwestern College (Santa Fe) is Not Just a Graduate School:It is a Calling--- by President Jim NolanEvery master’s degree program in Counseling has to offer a similar core of courses to be accredited, or recognized by licensing boards--these courses include stuff like Professional Ethics, Counseling Theory and Practice, Group Dynamics and so on. So what…
Posted December 12th, 2011 by & filed under Top News, Reflections from President Nolan, Art Therapy/Counseling at SWC.
Uh,Oh. I Think I Am Doing Art Therapy Without a License.
So this is something I never expected. A few years back I came into a used Nikon, not bad, kind of beat, and I took it on Vision Quest. Thought I’d take a few pictures, did so, in fact took a million, and then…