Courses Taught

Over the course of my academic career, I have taught a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses, including the following:


EDP 605: Techniques in Counseling
EDP 606: Professional Issues in Counseling
EDP 652: Theories of Counseling
EDP 664: Pre-Masters Practicum in Counseling Psychology
EDP 665: Post-Master’s Practicum in Counseling Psychology
EDP 666: Psychology of Career Counseling
EDP 708: Internship in Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology
EDP 765: Doctoral Research Seminar


Laboratory in Counseling Theories and Techniques
Research Methods in Psychology
Personal Career Development
Laboratory in Introductory Psychology
Academic Learning Skills


My Perspective on Clinical Training

Learning to do psychotherapy well is a lifelong journey.  This journey is wonderful, challenging, rewarding, stressful, meaningful; all of these things and more.  When I think about my own path thus far, my training has directly enhanced my awareness of how I think about the world, handle and express my emotions, make others feel when I interact with them, and view myself and others as cultural beings.  I believe that this enhanced awareness has made me a better therapist and a better person.  This gift that I have received from those who trained me is something I am passionate about “paying forward” to the next generation of counselors and counseling psychologists.  If you are an undergraduate or graduate student interested in embarking on (or continuing) a journey like the one I described, I sincerely hope you will consider applying to one of our excellent counseling psychology programs at UK.