I am currently an Associate Professor and Department Head for the Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CMHC) Masters-degree program at The University of North Georgia. My primary role is to train students to become mental health counselors so that they may affect change in people's lives and their communities. I also have an active scholarship agenda and serve on various university and professional committees. Contact me for more information about the Clinical Mental Health Masters degree program or visit our Web page at UNG CMHC.
Current Courses Taught
Psychological Helping Skills
Research in Counseling
Advanced Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Current Research Projects (Selected)
Mind Mapping: Uncovering Counseling Students' Subjective Inner Experiences During an Ongoing Personal Growth Group
Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Change in Group Counseling: A Structural Equation Model.
The Effects of the Scripted Prejudice Awareness Narrative Strategy on Counseling Students Ethnic Identity and Multicultural Counseling Competence.