A team of three Marymount University students recently took fourth place honors in a national video contest.
The contest part of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Programs advocacy week invited submissions of informational videos about individual counseling programs and what makes counseling different from other helping professions.
Marymounts video submission was directed by Lillian Walker-Shelton, a doctoral student in counselor education and supervision from Silver Spring, Maryland. It starred Johanna Hummel, a masters degree student in clinical mental health counseling from Nokesville, and sophomore psychology major Cody Bates from Forest Hill, Maryland. Hummel played a potential counseling student and Bates was a superhero named Marymount Man.
You can view their video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLeQI0p3rmc.