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Department of Higher, Adult, and Counselor Education

 COUNSELOR EDUCATION MS

  Admission Process | Program Requirements | Course Descriptions | Course Schedule
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 Faculty Profiles


Kylie Dotson-Blake, Associate Professor

East Carolina University

Department of Higher, Adult and Counselor Education

Office:  223 A Ragsdale

Phone:  (252) 328-5277

Email:  blakek@ecu.edu

Advising Wiki: http://ecucounseloreducation.wikispaces.com

 

Background:

Kylie P. Dotson-Blake, PhD, LPC, NCC is an Assistant Professor in Counselor Education. Her research and scholarship focuses on multicultural issues, culturally inclusive family-school-community partnerships and the pre-service preparation of school counselors. She has also conducted research in Mexico and the US utilizing a critical race framework to explore the impact of culture on family-school-community partnerships. Her clinical experience includes work as a school counselor, family counselor and a clinical counseling supervisor. She is the current president of the NC Association for Specialists in Group Work and an active member on the Carolina Center for School-Based Mental Health Planning Committee. Dr. Dotson-Blake also serves as Secretary for the Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision.

 

Education:

Ph.D., Counselor Education, The College of William and Mary

M.S., Counselor Education, East Carolina University

B.S., Exercise and Sport Science, East Carolina University

 

Courses Taught:

COAD 6401, Analysis of the Individual

COAD 6404, Counseling Theory and Techniques

COAD 6406, Counseling in Schools

COAD 6414, Approaches to Family Counseling

COAD 6482, Supervised Practice Counseling

COAD 6358, Classroom Assessment & Measurement

COAD 6991 (Two sections: 602 & 603), Counseling Internship & Counseling Extended Internship

COAD 7480, Research Methods & Design in Counseling

COAD 6003, Special Topics: Family-School-Community Partnerships

COAD 6003, Special Topics: Global Perspectives on Professional Development in Counseling, Co-Facilitated Study Abroad Experience

 

Research Interests:

Culturally Inclusive Family-School-Community Partnerships, Sexual Identity, Group Counseling, Service-Learning and Engagement

 


Curriculum Vitae (CV):


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Allison Crowe, Assistant Professor

East Carolina University

Department of Higher, Adult, and Counselor Education

Office: 225 Ragsdale

Phone: (252) 328-4218

Email: crowea@ecu.edu

Background:

Allison Crowe, Ph.D., LCMHC, ACS is an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education. She has a PhD in Counseling and Counselor Education from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a Master's of Education in Community Counseling from the College of William and Mary, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Virginia. She is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (New Hampshire) and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. Dr. Crowe has clinical experience in residential, crisis, community agency, college counseling, and group practice settings. Her theoretical orientation to counseling is largely based on person-centered, humanistic, and developmental/strengths-based theories.

Allison's research and scholarship focuses on stigma towards adults with mental illness, treatment issues with severe and persistent mental illness, and eradicating the shame that still surrounds seeking mental health treatment in the United States. In addition, she enjoys writing about creative approaches to counseling and counselor education. Dr. Crowe is currently the Associate Editor for The Journal of Humanistic Counseling (JHC) and an active member in American Counseling Association and the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of North Carolina. Dr. Crowe joins the ECU pirate nation after four years as Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Antioch University New England.

Education:

Ph.D., Counseling and Counselor Education, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

M.Ed., Community Counseling, The College of William and Mary

B.A., Psychology, The University of Virginia

Courses Taught:

COAD 6405: Group Procedures

COAD 6409: The Helping Relationship

Research and Evaluation

Counseling Theories, Models, and Approaches

Creative Approaches in Helping Relationships

Professional Orientation and Ethics

Research Interests:

Stigma and mental illness

Treatment issues with severe and persistent mental illness

Creativity in Counseling and Counselor Education



 J. Scott Glass, PhD, Professor

East Carolina University

Department of Higher, Adult and Counselor Education

Office:  213 B Ragsdale Hall

Phone:  (252) 328-5670

Email:  glassj@ecu.edu 

Background:

Dr. Glass’ research interests include adventure based counseling, group counseling and processing, and multicultural topics related to counseling.  He is a past president of the North Carolina Association for Specialists in Group Work and serves as an Editorial Board Member for the Journal for Specialists in Group Work.  He is the co-author of a nationally distributed DVD (Insight Media and the American Counseling Association) focusing on a model for group processing.  He has worked extensively with adventure based programming, including 3 years as the director of such a program dealing directly with adolescents, college students, adult groups and businesses.

 

 Education:

Ph.D. , Counseling and Counselor Education, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

M.Ed., Counselor Education, East Carolina University

B.A., Communications, North Carolina State University

 

Courses Taught:

5370:  Introduction to Counseling and Human Services

6003:  Adventure Based Counseling

6003:  Global Perspectives on Professional Development in Counseling

6405:  Group Procedures

6407:  Social and Cultural Issues in Counseling

6415:  Agency and Community Counseling

6482:  Practicum

6991:  Internship

7408:  Professional, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Counseling

 

Research Interests:

Adventure based counseling, group processing, group counseling, spirituality in counseling and diversity in counseling

 

Curriculum Vitae (CV):



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Mark B. Scholl, Ph.D., Associate Professor

East Carolina University

Department of Higher Adult and Counselor Education

Office: 225A Ragsdale

Phone: 252-328-1103

Email: schollm@ecu.edu 

Background:

Dr. Scholl is an active member in both the American College Counseling Association (ACCA) and the Association for Humanistic Counseling (AHC). He is a past Editor of the Journal of Humanistic Counseling, former Chair of the American Counseling Association’s Council of Journal Editors, and currently serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of College Counseling (section on Professional Issues and Innovative Practices).  He is co-editor (with A. Scott McGowan and James T. Hansen) of Humanistic Perspectives on Contemporary Counseling Issues (Routledge, 2011). His research on culturally responsive approaches to counseling and counseling supervision has been published in journals including Career Development Quarterly, Clinical Supervisor, and Journal of College Counseling. 

 

Education:

Ph.D., Counseling and Counselor Education/Student Development in Higher Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

M.Ed., Counseling and Counselor Education/Student Development in Higher Education, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

B.A., Psychology , St. Andrews Presbyterian College

 

Courses Taught:

6402: Career Development and Counseling

6409: The Helping Relationship

6411: Student Development and Counseling in Higher Education

6482: Supervised Practice Counseling

6991: Counseling Internship

 

Research Interests:

Client preferences in counseling, Culturally responsive counseling and supervision, Constructivist career counseling, Expressive arts in counseling and supervision

 

 

Curriculum Vitae:

 

 

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