Marymount Students Honored in National Video Contest

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 Program’s advocacy week – invited submissions of informational videos about individual counseling programs and what makes counseling different from other helping professions.

Marymount’s 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 master’s 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.

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