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A variety of counseling programs are designed to prepare students to become skilled professional practitioners in an expansive range of counseling specialties, including school counseling, clinical mental health counseling, rehabilitation counseling and career and workforce development, among others.
Our esteemed faculty members hold leadership positions in national counseling associations and can help you build networks that will last a lifetime.
The faculty, students, and staff of the graduate programs in Counseling are guided by their commitment to (1) the primacy of the client’s dignity and welfare, (2) multicultural understanding and development, (3) respect for human diversity and human rights, (4) ethical and social responsibilities, (5) excellence in teaching, scholarship and clinical supervision, (6) individualized advising, mentoring, and supervision, (7) service for the betterment of society and our various communities, and (8) leadership and service to the counseling profession.
Dr. Pat Schwallie-Giddis, Associate Professor of Counseling
Scott Beveridge, Assistant Professor of Counseling
Sara Cho Kim, Assistant Professor of Counseling
Rebecca Dedmond, Assistant Professor of Counseling
Jorge Garcia, Professor of Counseling
Janet Heddesheimer, Professor of Counseling
Kenneth Hergenrather, Associate Professor of Counseling
Richard Lanthier, Associate Professor of Human Development
Sylvia A. Marotta, Professor of Counseling
Maureen McGuire-Kuletz, Associate Professor of Counseling
Monica Megivern, Clinical Associate Professor; Director Community Counseling Services Center
Pat Schwallie-Giddis, Associate Professor of Counseling
Sam Steen, Assistant Professor of Counseling
Career and Workforce Development
Counseling Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Persons
Forensic Rehabiliation Counseling (Online)
Grief, Loss, and Life Transitions
Job Development and Placement (On-Campus and Online)