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Christine Hennigan Paone

Christine Hennigan Paone is a new professional and aspiring counselor educator.  She currently co-teaches at Monmouth University, where she actively engages in counselor education research. Her interests include creativity in counseling, career counseling, and pedagogy.

  • Enriching your Counseling Toolbox

    Mar 01, 2018
    If you’re like me, you immediately envision a giant check when you hear the word clearinghouse. Sadly, I have no balloons or prize-money for you (trust me, I wish). There’s a different type of clearinghouse, however, that might not make you rich, but it can add some richness to your clinical repertoire.
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  • Suicide in the school community: What I learned from my field placement

    Feb 16, 2018
    Every intern deserves a meaningful training experience via his or her field placements. Sadly, some of the most valuable clinical lessons are learned when crisis strikes.
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  • Interviewing for a field placement? Questions worth asking

    Feb 03, 2018
    I still struggle with the notion of interview preparation. I’ve interviewed hundreds of job candidates, coached students on interview strategies, and gone on my fair share of interviews. As for interview preparation, I’ve always felt there’s a fine line between being prepared and being rehearsed.
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  • Unsolicited Advice for First Year Counseling Students

    Jan 24, 2018
    This semester, I have the unique opportunity of co-teaching Foundations of Mental Health Counseling at my Alma mater. As ten students begin their journeys, I’m eager to impart the wisdom that I gained (and a few things I wish I had known) during my own studies.
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  • Getting Serious about Humor in Counseling

    Jan 12, 2018
    One of my goals for January is to find a new therapist. Part professional development, part self care, I’ve learned that having a counselor rounds out my support system, even when life feels relatively stable.
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