Master's Project Chairpersons

Chairperson

Master’s Project Chairs are those faculty members listed below who have specific training and skills in such areas as constructing a literature review, executing an experiential project, and/or editing for APA compliance.  Please see the complete list below for areas of availability and interest.

Reader

Any faculty member may serve as Reader.

Note: You may not choose as a final project Chair or Reader a Didactic Instructor with whom you have worked in either Individual or Group Didactic.

 

MP Chairpersons Availability and Research Interests

Name

Availability for literature review

Availability for experiential project

Self-identified research interests in connection with MP

Craig Balfany

Yes

Yes

Art Therapy Topics

Richard Close

Yes

Yes

Spirituality and Religion in Counseling and Psychotherapy, Grief and Loss, Ethics, Depression, Meaning and Purpose, Adlerian Psychology: clinical operationalization

Jill Hubble Yes Yes Co-Occurring Disorders, Substance use during pregnancy and postpartum, Attachment, Trauma, Adoption, school based mental health services, adolescent mental health and COD, open to discussing other areas with students
Susan Huber Yes  

Technology in Education, Assessment and Educational Models/Programs, Variables that impact/shape Education(al) effectiveness, Outcome measures and Education, Development in Education, Student Development, Effective Communication in Education

Doug Pelcak

Yes

Yes

Strength- based school counseling, underserved populations, mental health services in schools, bullying, ADHD

Nicole Randick Yes Yes

Creativity in Counseling, Adolescent Mental Health, Professional Identity, School Counseling, Wellness – Client and Counselor, Advocacy and Social Justice Issues

Louise Ferry Yes Yes Anxiety and depressive disorders in children, adolescents, and adults; psychological testing; parenting; chronic mental illness; grief and loss; PTSD; and family relationships

Amy Foell

Yes

Yes

School Counseling Topics

Meg Whiston

Yes Yes  
Rachelle Reinisch Yes   Expressive writing, grief and loss, death and dying, death anxiety, immortality ideologies, aging and transition, coping with chronic illness, music as therapy, shame, anxeity and the brain, nutrition and therapy, women's issues

 

Updated 11/23/16