I am currently a Professor and Department Chair for the Counseling Masters-degree program at The University of North Georgia. My primary role is to train students to become professional 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 Masters degree program or visit our Web page at UNG.
Current Courses Taught
Career & Lifestyle Counseling
Spirituality in Counseling
Crisis & Trauma Counseling
Counseling Foundations & Ethics
Current Research Projects (Selected)
Rowell, P. C., & Pisarik, C. T. Stories of internalized prejudices: counseling students’ experience the Scripted Prejudice-Awareness Narrative Strategy.
Rowell, P. C., & Wagner, C. Spirituality as a mediator in the relationships between work volition, meaning of work, and life satisfaction.