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Children make great teachers

Children make great teachers

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

One thing that being a play therapist and working with children has taught me is that I have a lot to learn from kids. I often made (and still make) the mistake of approaching my relationships with children with an attitude in which they always and only play the role of the learner, and I the teacher. If I could put words to this attitude of mine, it may sound something like this: “Behold, I am a grown-up who, by virtue of my chronological age, possess an untold wealth of knowledge and experience. Come children, sit at my feet, and bask in the glory of all that there is to learn. Where do you want to start? The A-B-C’s? Basic addition and subtraction? Or would you prefer something like ‘How to win friends and influence people’?” I could go on, but experience tells me that you (and, particularly, they) would probably be bored and unimpressed. Read More

Posted By: Dr. Nick Cornett at 4:30 PM

 
"JBU is preparing me to be an excellent counselor"

"JBU is preparing me to be an excellent counselor"

Friday, November 7, 2014

I am a non-traditional student who is beginning a second career in what I feel is the prime of my life. I was 50 when I started Grad School, and my main worry was, “will I fit into this program with all the younger people who will be there?” The answer was evident on the first night of class. I was Read More

Posted By: Casey Jo Myers at 2:10 PM

 
"JBU was my top choice"

"JBU was my top choice"

Friday, October 31, 2014

As silly as it sounds, the John Brown University Graduate Counseling program befitted my top choice – and only choice – when I searched for graduate school. My counseling teacher at another Christian university invited Dr. Romig to give a class lecture on play therapy. Together, they sold me on the Read More

Posted By: Tayler Koller at 1:26 PM

 
'Counseling is a natural expression of who I am'

'Counseling is a natural expression of who I am'

Friday, June 20, 2014

Ruth Johnson Ezeonwuka transferred to John Brown University in 2008, earning a bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Services before enrolling in JBU’s Graduate Counseling program. She and her husband, Amaelo, graduated from JBU in May 2014 with Master of Science degrees in community counseling. Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 2:05 PM

 
Practical experience, access to faculty set JBU apart

Practical experience, access to faculty set JBU apart

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Twyla Francis was a single mom when she decided that she wanted to help others by becoming a licensed counselor. Once she decided on a career path, she knew that counseling required a master’s degree, so she enrolled in JBU’s Degree Completion Program to complete her bachelor’s degree and prepare Read More

Posted By: Lori Walker at 9:24 AM

 

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