About this Episode
A conversation with Jonnie Seay Lane – a licensed professional counselor and doctoral student at North Carolina University, finishing up her dissertation on the topic of multicultural counseling – on how to practically implement social justice and advocacy interventions in counseling.
Jonnie Seay Lane, MS, LCAS, LPC, CSI obtained her substance abuse counseling license in 2011 and her mental health counseling license in 2012. She has been working as a substance abuse counselor for 6 years. Currently, she is enrolled in the doctoral program at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC where she is completing her dissertation research on the topic of multicultural counseling.
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