Tag Archives: Academic Standards

Another Christian Wanna-Be Counselor Thinks She Knows Best—She Doesn’t

Two stories in one day! Christian students think their beliefs are immutable and counseling education shouldn’t trump them. They’re wrong about that and they’re wrong about homosexuality.

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Higher Education Standards and Professional Ethics Trump Personal Religious Beliefs

I delight in stories that hit all three primary topics of my blog! Have you heard the tale of Julea Ward? She was working on her master’s in counseling at Eastern Michigan University. When she refused on religious grounds to affirm a client’s same-sex behavior (and thus counsel him at all), she was asked to […]

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