Workshops & Special Events

GSEAP - A Great Place for Professional Education Development and Events

Fairfield University's Graduate School of Education & Allied Professions offers several workshops and special, intensive classes in Counselor Education, Curriculum & Instruction, Educational Technology, Marriage & Family Therapy, Psychology, and Special Education throughout the year. All programs are on campus or at the Fairfield University Bookstore in Fairfield, CT.

To learn more, contact:

Janine Huber, GSEAP Dean's Office
jhuber@fairfield.edu
(203) 254-4000, ext. 2140

Please note: If you would like to take a course for graduate course credit, you must be an accepted student or apply for non-matriculated status which allows you to earn up to six credits. Please read our policies for more information.

 

Thursday, February 11, 2016
7 p.m.

Fairfield University Bookstore
1499 Post Road
Fairfield, CT

Fairfield University Bookstore and the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions present a bookstore talk on:

Addiction in the Family: What Every Counselor Needs to Know

by Dr. Virginia Kelly, Associate Professor of Counselor Education

Join Dr. Kelly for a discussion on her book, Addiction in the Family: What Every Counselor Need to Know, and hear her discuss the psychological, relational and behavioral consequences of living with an addict.

This discussion is free and open to the public.

   

Saturday, March 19, 2016
9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Fairfield University
Dolan School of Business Dining Room

Grant and Lucy D. Roberts Connections & Conversations Workshop Series presents:

Counseling Practice: Pitfalls and Practical Information On How to Protect Yourself

Presenter: Patricia (Tish) A. Morrissey, J.D., M.A.

Patricia Morrisey (Tish) is a life long Connecticut resident. She has worked as an Attorney since 1990 and in her own private practice since 2005. She is also a 2006 graduate of Fairfield University's School Counseling program. Tish is a licensed professional counselor in Connecticut and is NCC Certified. She is in her 10th year of employment as a school counselor in a high school working for the Stratford, CT Board of Education.

Tish has also taught for Fairfield University's Counselor Education program as an adjunct professor and has served as a site supervisor to practicum and internship students.

She has volunteered in many capacities in the greater Stratford area for over 35 years, most recently at The Center for Family Justice, Stratford Satellite Committee, Stratford Partnership for Youth and Families (formerly known as Stratford Youth and Family Advisory Board), Stratford Community Fund, Inc., and Sterling House Community Center Athletics Program.

There is NO COST to attend the workshop thanks to the sponsorship of the Gamma Lambda Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota.

Space is limited so register early!

Email: gammalambdachi@gmail.com
by March 4, 2016
with your name, address, and phone number.

Please indicate whether you wish to receive either .4 CT Department of Education CEUs, 4 NBCC Continuing Education credits, or a certificate of attendance if you are a current student.

 

 

 

 

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