One Year Later: Susie Kroll, Law Enforcement Mental Health Professional

One Year Later: Susie Kroll, Law Enforcement Mental Health Professional

Last year, CityU had the pleasure of interviewing and writing a blog post about CityU alum, Susie Kroll.  Kroll is a mental health professional (MHP) working with law enforcement in the city of Redmond, Kirkland and Lake Forest Park, the…

One student achieves his dream of starting his own counseling practice

One student achieves his dream of starting his own counseling practice

Deciding to pursue a master’s in counseling can set you on a path toward influencing the lives of others in very positive ways. Although it can be a difficult decision for some, James Voss knew from the start that he…

Counseling alumnus uses his education to help the homeless

Counseling alumnus uses his education to help the homeless

  Many students who finish the Master of Arts in Counseling program use their education to work in various mental health settings such as family counseling or resident care facilities. However, City University of Seattle alumnus, Eric Dodd, has been…

CityU Graduation

CityU instructor recognized with Distinguished Faculty Award by Joint Base Lewis-McChord

City University of Seattle instructor Lauriel Elsa-Gordon was recognized by Joint Base Lewis-McChord with the Distinguished Faculty Award at their annual graduation ceremony. The award recognizes recipients for their outstanding contributions in providing high quality education to service members and families of Joint Base Lewis-McChord.

Graduates at commencement

Celebrating success: A graduate’s perspective on commencement

Walking across the stage at commencement with family and friends cheering in the background marks a significant milestone in life. That moment gives graduates an opportunity to commemorate all they’ve learned and accomplished. While life is busy, and it may be tempting for them to quickly move on after Pomp and Circumstance fades, CityU graduate Charles Smith suggests that fellow graduates take time to savor their success.

Police car

Counseling alumna pioneers partnership between law enforcement and mental health professionals

Counseling alumna Susie Kroll is a trained hostage negotiator and in crisis situations co-responds with law enforcement officers through five police departments.