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Free Resources
This is a living list of additional supplemental materials you can read, listen to, or watch to give you knowledge of the field of genetic counseling in greater depth, help you develop insightful questions to ask during interviews, and to inform you of current issues in the field. Additional content will be regularly added.

 Finger on the Pulse

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  • NSGC PODCAST SERIES - Stay up to date on current events in the field of genetic counseling, issues within the professional society, and podcasts on genetics and psychosocial counseling topics. https://www.nsgc.org/podcasts

 

  • MORE COMING SOON

Diversity Resources

  • WEBINAR - Beyond the Binary: Gender diversity in genetic counseling

    • Webinar presented by two queer counselors about gender and sex terminology, strategies to increase gender inclusion in GC sessions, and highlighting how to create safe spaces for patients who identify as gender diverse and/or LGBTQ+.  https://www.nsgc.org/webinars   

                                                                       

 

                                                    

  • MINORITY RACE COACHING - The Minority Genetics Professionals Network (MGPN) is a group of racially diverse genetic counselors, geneticists, and other medical professions in genetics. Their goal is to increase awareness of the genetics field to students to improve representation in the field. They offer mentorship for students and counselors of color. https://minoritygenetics.org/   

 

            

Other Application Resources

  • The Applicant’s Utility Guide - Coaching services offered by a current counseling student. Services include recurring coaching sessions, writing workshops, mock interviews, and journal club. https://www.theapplicantsutilityguide.com                                                                                                 

  • A Caffeinated Genetic Counselor - A blog by a recent graduate regarding the application process. https://acaffeinatedgc.blogspot.com/                                     

                                                                     

  • Prospective GC Guidance Program - Will provide you with an opportunity to talk to a genetic counselor directly and receive some mentoring. Available seasonally. Free, but you have to have seriously attempted to reach GCs on your own before applying. https://www.iwanttobeagc.com/         

Relevant Papers

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