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  • Master of Arts (M.A.) in Counseling — University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Religious Studies — Auburn University


  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S)


  • Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
  • ScreamFree Parenting
  • QPR Suicide Prevention Certified Instructor

Liz Gunter is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC). She received a Master of Arts (MA) in Counseling from The University of Alabama at Birmingham and a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies (BA) from Auburn University. Liz is a member of the Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA), ALMHCA (Alabama Mental Health Counselors Association) and ALGBTICAL (Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling). She certified in ScreamFree Parenting and is the past-president of Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Honor Society.

Liz works with individuals, couples and families on a wide array of issues including depression, anxiety, chronic illness, parenting, burnout, stress management, job related concerns, communication, relationships, grief and loss. While counseling mostly out of a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) framework, meeting clients where they are is of the utmost importance to Liz. Before joining the EACC, she worked at Children’s of Alabama for over 12 years providing counseling to patients with chronic pulmonary/sleep issues and their families; she was also the Cystic Fibrosis Mental Health Coordinator. Liz is a national and/or local presenter on the courses of Maintaining Professional Boundaries, Mental Health and Chronic Illness, Creative Coping, Communication within Teams, and Caregiving and Chronic Illness. Liz’s pronouns are she/her/hers.

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Counselor Resources

Saint Louis University understands the important role high school counselors play in guiding students and families through their college search and application process. Choosing a college is a big decision, and we want to be sure you have the information you need to support students who are interested in applying to SLU.

Attend an Event at SLU

Throughout the year, SLU offers visits and events for high school counselors and others supporting students in their college search. Looking for visits for high school students and families? Please direct them to SLU's visit page for the latest events and tour schedules. 

St. Louis-Area Holiday Party

Join us for a joyful evening filled with live performances and local food favorites to express our gratitude for your work with students in our region! This event is from 7-9 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 8, at the New Student Visit Center in Queen's Daughters Hall.

Capacity is limited. Registration is required. Please RSVP before Dec. 4. 

Register for the Dec. 8 St. Louis-Area Holiday Party

Kansas City-Area Holiday Party

Join members of the Saint Louis University Office of Admission for hors d’oeuvres and wine to toast the holiday season as we give thanks for all of your help in enrolling our future Billikens. This event is from 3:30-6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 4, at Cooper's Hawk Winery and Restaurant.

Capacity is limited. Registration is required. Please RSVP before Dec. 4. to Jennifer Steck Tanner at

Admission FAQs for High School Counselors 

What is the Billiken Promise?

Saint Louis University is committed to finding innovative ways to help students succeed and grow during their time as a Billiken. The Billiken Promise is SLU's one-of-a-kind commitment to students. These programs offers affordability, experiential learning, global immersion and wellness initiatives. 

Learn more about the Billiken Promise

Are standardized test scores required for admission to SLU?

Saint Louis University offers a standardized test-optional admission process for all undergraduate programs. Applicants may submit standardized test scores, but those who choose not to will not be disadvantaged in any way in the admission process.

Applicants who choose to submit ACT and/or SAT scores can have them sent electronically from the testing company or include them on official high school transcripts. Self-reported scores will also be considered. If multiple test results are sent, SLU does not superscore.

  • SLU’s ACT code is 2352
  • SLU’s SAT code is 6629 
How do I look up classes at SLU?

Once you've been registered for classes, you can view your course schedule on Banner Self-Service via your MySLU account.

Prior to course registration, you can view the SLU course catalog by following these steps: 

  • Click here.
  • Select the term you would like to take courses in in the first drop-down menu. 
  • Search for 'Subject' in the first drop-down menu (course subjects organized in alphabetical order). 
  • Click 'Class Search.'
  • Courses being offered will appear with class dates, instructor and number of seats open. 
What kind of scholarships or financial aid does SLU award?

It is SLU’s goal to remove barriers that stand in the way of students receiving a world-class, Jesuit education, including financial barriers. SLU offers a wide range of merit-based and competitive scholarships each year. 99% of first-time SLU students received financial aid, and around 40% of our graduates each year complete their degrees with no debt.

Learn more about SLU’s scholarship offerings

Please note that the priority consideration deadline for most SLU scholarships is Dec. 1. and the Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship application deadline is Feb. 1. 

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High School Counselor Resources

Western Illinois University provides a place for success for anyone who dreams of getting an education. We appreciate the vital role high school counselors play in helping students consider their options after high school. We are committed to providing information, tools and resources regarding admission to Western to help you guide your students toward a successful transition to university life. Explore our viewbooks to learn more about WIU.

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Freshman Admission Standards

Course Credits

  • Advanced Placement (AP)
    • WIU awards credit for AP exams scoring a 3 or higher
    • General elective, elective or direct equivalency credit may be awarded
    • Official exam scores are required and exam equivalencies are posted online
  • Dual Enrollment
    • WIU offers dual enrollment courses on our campuses, online and via livestream.
    • Contact Ries Wynn-Foster,, with dual enrollment questions.
    • WIU accepts credits earned through dual credit or dual enrollment programs.
    • Contact Kassie Daly,, with questions about transferring dual enrollment courses.
  • Seal of Biliteracy
    • WIU accepts the Seal of Biliteracy.
    • Credits are awarded in the language earned or in general foreign language credit (if WIU does not offer courses in the language of the Seal).
    • Credits are determined by reviewing the student's transcript.
  • International Baccalaureate (IB)
    • WIU accepts International Baccalaureate courses at the higher level and the standard level.
    • Students must earn a 4 or higher on their exams.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Find your admissions representative
  • Accepted students
    • WIU's next steps include attending orientation, registering for classes, and completing a housing contract.
    • WIU does not require a deposit.
  • Admission Deadlines
    • WIU offers rolling admission decisions.
    • Applications accepted until the start of courses each term.
    • Students are encouraged to apply and submit supporting documents prior to August 1.
    • Students can receive their admission decision with unofficial information, but are required to submit official documents prior to the start of their first semester.
    • Students who falsely report academic information, or who fail to submit official academic documents, can face disciplinary consequences including expulsion from WIU.
  • Documents
    • Official transcripts
      • Transcripts can be sent electronically via Parchment or Naviance.
      • Transcripts can be mailed to
        Undergraduate Admissions
        1 University Circle
        Macomb, IL 61455
    • Official SAT scores
      • WIU’s SAT code is 1900.
      • Scores can be sent directly from the student’s account at
      • Scores sent on an official transcript are considered official.
    • Official ACT scores
      • WIU’s ACT code is 1158.
      • Scores can be sent directly from the student’s account at
      • Scores sent on an official transcript are considered official.
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  • Student Athlete Information
  • Undocumented & DACA Students
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Brittany Cockrum | EACC Counselor


  • Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling — University of North Alabama
  • Bachelor of Science (BS) in History — University of North Alabama


  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)


  • National Certified Counselor (NCC)

Brittany Cockrum is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and National Certified Counselor (NCC). She received a Master of Arts (MA) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in History (BS) from the University of North Alabama. She is a member of the Alabama Counseling Association (ALCA).

She works with individuals of all ages as well as families on courses such as anxiety, grief, depression, goal-setting, stress-management, parenting, and behavioral issues in children and adolescents. She employs an eclectic counseling style that combines solution focused techniques with cognitive behavioral and person-focused techniques to help individuals address the issues that they are experiencing. Before coming to UAB, Brittany worked with Pesek Counseling Services, Noah’s Ark Child and Family Treatment Center, and Garrett Counseling and Consulting. Brittany’s pronouns are she/her/hers.

"In 900 years of time and space, I've never met anyone who wasn't important." — The Doctor

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Naropa Community Counseling Center Expands Affordable Mental Health Services and Therapist Training

New, Larger Facility Offers Holistic Care and Greater Access for Boulder County

Naropa Community Counseling (NCC), a leading provider of affordable and accessible mental health care in Colorado, today announced the opening of its new counseling center in Boulder County. The expanded facility affirms NCC's dual mission to provide essential services through accessible, Medicaid-covered care, while preparing therapists on the path to licensure with a robust training program.

Naropa Community Counseling provides adolescent, individual, group and couples counseling at affordable rates and also serves Medicaid patients. NCC integrates more traditional modes of talk therapy with contemplative practices and holistic methods, including wilderness, art and somatic therapy programs to meet a wide range of client needs. The unique set of offerings is designed to help individuals who occupy a wide variety of social locations and identities, and often experience marginalization in the community.

"Our new facility allows Naropa Community Counseling to deepen its commitment to creating an accessible, holistic and compassionate healing environment for our clients and nurturing the next generation of mental health professionals," said Bill Monroe (LCSW LAC), director of Naropa Community Counseling. "Since 2015, we have also supported nearly 130 students on track for licensure, providing a vital resource for clinical training. With what is happening in the world around us, our community needs access to these affordable services now more than ever."

The therapy programs are led by NCC clinical supervisors working in concert with second- and third-year graduate students who are seeking to become licensed in mental health counseling and clinical social work. The training includes students of Naropa University, Regis University, University of Northern Colorado, University of Denver and Metropolitan State University of Denver.

"We continue to seek funding through the Naropa Community Counseling Client Access Fund, assisting 30 to 40 individuals annually with 10 sessions at $20 each to help more people in need," Monroe said. "Additionally, accepting Medicaid has also broadened access since therapists in Colorado are often at capacity. Many interns train with us to learn Medicaid billing administration to serve vulnerable populations."

Recent data reveals that the share of Americans aged 18 to 44 who received mental health treatment increased from 18.5 percent to over 23 percent between 2019 and 2021, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In 2022, NCC served 475 clients, with 50% of them on Medicaid.

For more information, please visit the NCC website.

About Naropa Community Counseling

Naropa Community Counseling (NCC), a branch of Naropa University, was the vision of former faculty member and Graduate School of Counseling and Psychology founder Deborah Bowman. It was 25 years in the making and, since NCC opened in 2015, it has offered genuine and growing support for the mental health needs of the Boulder community. Learn more:

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Emma Jimenez Manley Lmhc Ncc.

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To book with me click on ‘my website’ or go to URL:

The road to self-empowerment starts with a first step. My goal is to support you unconditionally, so you can feel good about who you are. You are stronger than you think; you have within yourself the tools to be able to surpass any emotional obstacles that you might face. My goal is to help you discover and use your strengths and successfully reach your goal

I am a bilingual Florida LMHC, Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). I have 14 years Master-level clinical experience with grief counseling, as well as life/career coaching, anxiety/stress/PTSD, school/college issues, women's issues, phase of life issues, relationship/peer issues, self-esteem/assertiveness, acculturation issues.

My Practice at a Glance

Available online only

Please go to my website to schedule a session with me:

I specialize in Chronic Pain, Grief, and Career Counseling

$145 Per Session, I accept insurance

Managed by UpLift. Your call or email may go to a representative.

My Practice at a Glance

Available online only

Please go to my website to schedule a session with me:

I specialize in Chronic Pain, Grief, and Career Counseling

$145 Per Session, I accept insurance

  • Individual Sessions $145
  • Sliding scale: apply if you may be eligible
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  • Florida Blue
  • GEHA
  • Optum
  • UMR
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Check fees and, if listed, ask to verify your insurance coverage. or (813) 692-5979

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  • Verified by Psychology Today Licensed by State of Florida / MH11481

  • Certificate from National Board for Certified Counselors 1728817 / 2023
  • Degree/Diploma from Santa Maria La Antigua University Bachelor's in Psychology
  • Attended Saint Leo University, Master's in Counseling Psychology
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For Counselors

Your work with students is important to you, your students and their families, and your community. It is also important to us. From travel and calls to meetings and correspondence throughout the year, our goal is to work with as many of you as we can.

We hope that this Counselor page, as well as the main websites for both Boston College and the Admission Office, serve as valuable resources for you, but if you have a question that cannot be answered or are just looking to connect with us, we appreciate the opportunity to work with you.

As with many admission offices across the country, ours is comprised of admission counselors with specific regions. Please visit the Find Your Admission Counselor page to find the member of our office who would be your most appropriate point of contact. If you have any trouble, you can always call our main office at 617-552-3100 or send us an email. Thank you.

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Dr. Karen Nicole Kearby

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-MHSP) and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) with a doctorate in Psychology and six years of experience in the field. I’ve worked with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and groups with self-esteem issues, depression, anxiety, partner relational problems, anger/stress management, trauma, and life adjustment issues. I utilize a mix of Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Mindfulness-Based (MBCT), Positive Psychology, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), and Dialectical (DBT) modalities. I believe that when people have hope and replace irrational thoughts and attitudes, they are able to change.

I am interactive, engaged, and provide unconditional positive regard to create a safe environment for expression and exploration. Sometimes it’s hard to live fulfilling lives if we’re overwhelmed by stressors, and this can impact all spheres of functioning. I’ll help you navigate the emotions you’re experiencing and cultivate your strengths.

Reaching out is the first step. Therapy is an investment in yourself on so many levels. Our initial session involves getting to know each other and understanding what brought you to therapy. After that, we’ll collaborate on goals and plans. I am here to support and empower you. If you are ready to take that step, I encourage you to reach out.

Visit my website below to schedule an appointment with myself or one of my colleagues today!

I specialize in Anxiety, Self Esteem, and Coping Skills

$86 Per Session, I accept insurance

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High School and Transfer Counselors

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Counselor Update

Explore what UT Dallas has to offer including our admission process, academic programs, financial aid, scholarships and important student events at a Counselor Update session.

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Scholars’ Day

High school seniors, community college students and their families are invited to visit and explore the UT Dallas campus on Scholars’ Day.

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Preview Friday

Preview Friday is designed exclusively for transfer students, where they’ll get the information they need to transfer to UTD. In-person and virtual experiences are held on various Fridays throughout the fall and spring semesters.

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Group Tours

Group tours are a great way for schools, organizations and clubs to experience UT Dallas. Spaces are limited, and groups must preregister to ensure tours do not exceed capacity.

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