Counseling Student Profiles
Jessi Trump chose to pursue graduate study at Arcadia, even though it meant living almost 200 miles away from her husband. "I wanted to be challenged and be in a place where I could grow. Arcadia definitely allowed me to accomplish those things and then some."
Sheila Meisky values the opportunities to work alongside with and get to know Arcadia's "brilliant" yet "warm and approachable" professors. "They work very collaboratively with us, which also reflects the collaborative approach to therapy that we are taught."
Though Jeff Feliciana grew up a “third culture kid,” Arcadia’s dual degree program in Counseling and International Peace and Conflict Resolution is exposing him to a level of multicultural awareness unlike anything he had ever known.
Nicole Cusate discovered a niche during her internship and now feels ready to counsel those who have experienced trauma. "I hope to be the voice who empowers them to work though their trauma and find contentment at the end of the process."
Kerra Constant wanted a program that would allow her to learn different perspectives, theories, and therapies. "Other programs I looked into seemed rigid, but Arcadia had the fluidity I was seeking. Also, I had always wanted to check out the school with the castle!"