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Delta Psi Chi, Seattle University's chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, an international counseling honor society that recognizes academic and professional excellence, inducted the following students on April 27 at Casey Commons:
Community Counseling: David Fagerholm, Amy Garvey, Chloe Grey, Brock Jones, Debra McBain, Laura Moss, Katherine Parker, Mya Rehal, Randy Scott, Colleen Thompson, Nicole Wilson and Courtney Zier.
School Counseling: Myra Flor Arpin, Elizabeth Brincat, Hanine Castro, Young Chang-Miller, Lupita Espana, Anthony Foland, Ashley Holder, Ruth Howard, Margot Jansen, Shamai Larsen, Melissa Matsui, Brynn Nielsen, Paula Olson, Bridgette Pinsoneault, Natalie Roche and Nay Sockheng.
Delta Psi Chi Inductees
Delta Psi Chi is the largest chapter of the counseling honor society in the state of Washington and ranks 42nd among the 269 chapters nationwide. The society recognizes students who have distinguished themselves in academic and professional excellence in counseling. Members include faculty, alumni and current students in either community counseling or school counseling who have completed a quarter term, while maintaining an overall scholastic GPA of 3.5 or better.
Committees encourage and pursue membership recruitment and involvement, plan community service and advocacy, and host professional development workshops and social events. Each quarter the group hosts a professional development activity, a service or advocacy activity, and a social event. Faculty advisors are Associate Professor Bill O'Connell and Assistant Professor Kristi Lee.
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