News Archive for 2007

Joining a counseling listserv

Feb 01, 2007
Subscribe to the COUNSGRADS and/or Diversegrad-L listservs.

A listserv is a mailing list of people who share a common interest. When someone posts a message to a listserv, all of the individuals subscribed to that list will receive the message via e-mail. Subscribers can either respond to the individual or the whole list. The traffic for each listserv varies but if you feel the amount of messages is overwhelming, unsubscribing is just as easy as subscribing.

COUNSGRADS

COUNSGRADS has been developed to help graduate students from across the country communicate with one another. Students can talk about classes, internships, papers, and ideas about the profession. Darcy Haag Granello, a counselor educator at The Ohio State University, is the list owner. Questions regarding the listserv can be sent to her at granello.1@osu.edu.

To sign up for the listserv, to unsubscribe, or to manage your account, go to: http://go.osu.edu/COUNSGRADS

Diversegrad-L

Diversegrad-L is an internet mailing list providing a forum to discuss multicultural/cross-cultural and diversity issues in the counseling profession and society at large. It offers subscribers throughout the United States and Canada the opportunity to interact with students, counselors, counselor educators, and psychologists, etc. about diverse concerns. In order to subscribe to Diversegrad-L@listserv.american.edu, send the message:

SUBSCRIBE DIVERSEGRAD-L

To: Listserv@listserv.AMERICAN.EDU

Disclaimer
The ICN and COUNSGRADS listservs referred to here are independent of the American Counseling Association (ACA). ACA does not endorse, approve, certify, or control these sources of information and does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, timeliness, or correct sequencing of information provided by these sources. Use of any information obtained from these listservs is voluntary, and reliance on it should only be undertaken after an independent review of its accuracy, completeness, efficacy, and timeliness.

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    Joining a counseling listserv

    by User Not Found | Feb 01, 2007
    Subscribe to the COUNSGRADS and/or Diversegrad-L listservs.

    A listserv is a mailing list of people who share a common interest. When someone posts a message to a listserv, all of the individuals subscribed to that list will receive the message via e-mail. Subscribers can either respond to the individual or the whole list. The traffic for each listserv varies but if you feel the amount of messages is overwhelming, unsubscribing is just as easy as subscribing.

    COUNSGRADS

    COUNSGRADS has been developed to help graduate students from across the country communicate with one another. Students can talk about classes, internships, papers, and ideas about the profession. Darcy Haag Granello, a counselor educator at The Ohio State University, is the list owner. Questions regarding the listserv can be sent to her at granello.1@osu.edu.

    To sign up for the listserv, to unsubscribe, or to manage your account, go to: http://go.osu.edu/COUNSGRADS

    Diversegrad-L

    Diversegrad-L is an internet mailing list providing a forum to discuss multicultural/cross-cultural and diversity issues in the counseling profession and society at large. It offers subscribers throughout the United States and Canada the opportunity to interact with students, counselors, counselor educators, and psychologists, etc. about diverse concerns. In order to subscribe to Diversegrad-L@listserv.american.edu, send the message:

    SUBSCRIBE DIVERSEGRAD-L

    To: Listserv@listserv.AMERICAN.EDU

    Disclaimer
    The ICN and COUNSGRADS listservs referred to here are independent of the American Counseling Association (ACA). ACA does not endorse, approve, certify, or control these sources of information and does not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, efficacy, timeliness, or correct sequencing of information provided by these sources. Use of any information obtained from these listservs is voluntary, and reliance on it should only be undertaken after an independent review of its accuracy, completeness, efficacy, and timeliness.