Guided by principles of social justice and community building, CBB prepares diverse,
underserved students to become culturally responsive counselor/
To enhance quality of life for underserved individuals and communities, CBB facilitates positive social change through culturally responsive community mental health education, service, scholarship, and advocacy.
For more information, contact:
Nola Butler Byrd, Ph.D., LPCC
CBB Graduate Assistant
Terry Sivers, MA, Doctoral Student
40-Year Anniversary Celebration
On March 29, 2014, the CBB program celebrated its 40th anniversary at SDSU. The celebration, titled "CBB…40 Years of Transforming Lives and Communities," included dinner and a program to reunite CBB'ers from the last 40 years and to discuss plans for the future of CBB. The event took place at Montezuma Hall in the SDSU Aztec Student Union.
Below is a video and a photo gallery of that day.