Leadership in Education, Human Services, and Counseling
The Department of Leadership in Education, Human Services, & Counseling (LEHC) focuses on leadership as a key quality applied as part of best practices within each of the three program areas. Good leaders are passionate about their field of learning and have the courage to overcome limitations, and, by example, encourage others to do the same. Leaders are visionary and inspire others to positive action. Other qualities of highly effective leaders explored and developed in our programs include:
- learn from mistakes
- develop a framework for the work of others
- value diversity
- committed to social justice
LEHC promotes both the personal and professional development of students who care for others, deal with ambiguity, think strategically, work from a multicultural mindset, are centered, and open to continual learning. Our department is designed to promote highly competent and impassioned leaders in each of our graduate programs: Educational Administration, Human Service Administration, and Counseling within Schools and in Clinical Mental Health Settings.
View from the Baltic
Sherman discovering Russian culture in third Fulbright experience
Graduate counseling students lead discussions at Cornstock Theatre
Bradley graduate students got a glimpse of professional counseling at Cornstock Theatre’s production of “Bare” performed on the weekends of September 26-27 and October 2-4, 2014.
Sherman named top advisor
Dr. Nancy Sherman was named the 2014 Outstanding Chapter Faculty Advisor by counseling honor society Chi Sigma Iota.
Publication - LEHC Brochure
View our print publication that highlights our department and programs.