Dr. Erik Hines speaks about his research findings on black males
and sheds light on the responsibilities that school counselors and
mental health professionals share in helping black males succeed in
grades K-12, college, and beyond.
About the Podcast
The Voice of Counseling is a Vodcast series for the professional counseling community that showcases essential issues relevant to advocacy, racial justice, and how counselors help to competently create equity in the lives of our clients, students, and the world.
Hosted by Dr. S. Kent Butler, the American Counseling Association's 70th president, each episode welcomes special guests to a conversation about all things counseling. We will have engaging dialogues about a counselors' professional work and identity, the business of counseling, and mental health care. Counseling students to seasoned practitioners with decades of experience will find something relevant to their work. Tune in, get set, and get ready to be inspired!
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