Eighteen SLHS undergrads have been invited to become members of the Epsilon of Connecticut Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in recognition of their superlative academic achievements. Congratulations to the following students on this incredible and well-deserved achievement!
Juniors: Vanessa Bak; Kara Casale; Theresa Canlon; Kayla Marcinczyk; Lisa Mueller
Seniors: Victoria Abolafia; Alexandra Antonides; Ashley Bean; Katherine Chmieleski; Abigail Garneau; Jessica Hazel; Kaylene King; Maria Marotti; Amanda Maule; Cynthia Romano; Brianna Schlemmer; Megan Speed; Madeleine York
Catch up on weeks 6, 7, and 8 of the counseling series. To view these presentations, please follow the link below and check back weekly for new presentation modules.
Week 6: Reframing in Acquired Brain Injury Counseling
Week 7: Acute Care Diagnostic Counseling in Acquired Brain Injury
Week 8: Applying the WHO-ICF in Intervention for Clients with ABI
Each week, M.A. student Lindsay Young, will complete a presentation module focused on counseling in speech language pathology with an emphasis on TBI as part of an Independent Study course overseen by Wendy Chase, Director of Clinical Education.
Feel free to email Ms. Young with any questions at email@example.com