City: Valley City, ND
Position on board (if applicable): Ethics Chair
Title/Workplace: Director of Counseling Services and Psychology Professor, Valley City State University, Valley City, ND
License: Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor- North Dakota; National Certified Counselor; North Dakota Certified Counselor Supervisor
Specialties: College age populations; relationships; successful transition from high school to college campuses; I serve as a supervisor for Master level graduate students from 3 area institutions of higher education.
Degree and School: PhD- Human Development- North Dakota State University; M.Ed. Counseling- North Dakota State University; M. Ed. Physical Education- University of North Dakota; BS- Health, Physical Education, Recreation and History Education- Jamestown College
Interests/Hobbies: Our family loves to camp and travel, I love to read, and attend sporting events. My husband and I are parents of 5 children and have a daughter-in-law and a son-in-law. We enjoy spending time with our family.
What I like about NDMHCA: I love and appreciate the networking that we have among our members. I always know that support, collaboration, and professional input is only a phone call away. I enjoy working with the college population and serving as a supervisor allows me another avenue to stay abreast of current events and research. Each year I look forward to our NDCA Mid-winter conferences as well as our pre-conference sponsored by our NDMHCA. I value the opportunities that have been afforded to me to serve in many leadership roles in both NDMHCA and NDCA. I encourage any and all members to take the risk to step into a leadership role. I have gained a wealth of information and materials that not only are helpful in my counseling practice but also benefits me as a faculty member in the psychology department on our campus.
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