CAS028 - Professional Writing and Creativity w/ Dr. Sam Gladding
Airdate 7/13/2006

Contributing Editor:

Jeffrey Freiden is a Licensed Professional Counselor and practices at Children’s Counseling Resource in Memphis Tennessee. He is OSHA certified in Critical Incident Stress management and is a National Certified School Counselor working as a school counselor at Kingsbury High school in Memphis. He is also an adjunct professor at The University of Memphis in the department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Research where he teaches Crisis Intervention Strategies. He is also a Board member of the American Counseling Association Southern Region and is past President of the Tennessee Counseling Association. Email him at   


Dr. Gladding is the Department Chairperson of the Department of Counseling and Associate Provost at Wake Forest University. From 1984 - 1990, Dr. Gladding held the position of Associate Professor of Counselor Education and Coordinator of the Marriage and Family Counseling Program at University of Alabama - Birmingham. Dr. Gladding is a Past President of Chi Sigma Iota (1989-1990). From 1996-1997 he was President of the Association for Specialist in Group Work and from 1988-1992 Editor of the Journal for Specialist in Group Work. He was President of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (1996-1997). Dr. Gladding also served as President of the American Counseling Association from 2004-2005. 

Dr. Gladding is a prolific writer and in 1999 he was cited as being in the top 1% of authors in the profession of counseling. Dr. Gladding is the recipient of several awards for his professional service including the Chi Sigma Iota Thomas J. Sweeney Professional Leadership Award, the Counseling Association for Humanistic Education and Development Joseph W. and Lucille U. Hollis Outstanding Publication Award, and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Outstanding Publication and the Outstanding Leadership Awards. He is also a Fellow in Association for Specialists in Group Work and has received that group's Eminent Career Award. 

Music used in this podcast:

Jaime Beauchamp - "Memorial Day" obtained from the Podsafe Music Network - Link to music

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