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                                  W. MATTHEW SHURTS
                                      Montclair State University                                         Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
             Department of Counseling, Human Development, and Educational Development
                                          One Normal Ave.
                          Upper Montclair, NJ 070634208 Princeton Avenue
                                        Greensboro, NC 27407
                               (336)834-9862(973)655-7190 (Office)
                                        (973)655-7163 (Fax)
                            shurtsm@mail.montclair.edu mindspring.com                                    Formatted: Hyperlink
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EDUCATION:

  Ph.D. Candidate, Degree Expected MayAugust 2004, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
         Counseling and Counselor Education, CACREP-Accredited Program
         Current GPA=4.00

  Dissertation Title—The Relationship Among Marital Messages Received, Marital Attitudes, Relationship
          Efficacy, and Holistic Wellness in UnmarriedAmong Never-Married, Traditional-Aged
          Undergraduate College Students

  M.S./Ed.S., December 2001, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
         Marriage and Family Counseling & Community Counseling, CACREP-Accredited Program
         GPA=4.00

  B.A., May 1997, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
         Communication Major, Sociology Minor
         GPA=3.50 (Cum Laude)

CERTIFICATIONS & LICENSES

  Licensed Professional Counselor Board Eligible
  National Certified Counselor, 2002
  PREPARE/ENRICH Instrument Training, 2001

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE:

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  Assistant Professor—Montclair State University
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  September 2004-Present
           Teaching multiple counseling courses at the graduate level                                   Formatted: Normal

           Member of numerous committees at both department and university levels                       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
           Advisement and mentoring of students in the Counseling Program                               Formatted: Normal, Indent: Left: 0.75",
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Assessment Crisis Team Member (ACT)—Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center
January 2002-PresentJuly 2004
        Conducted emergency mental health assessments in Guilford and Randolph County hospitals
        Consultant for Emergency Department physicians responsible forwhen determining disposition
           for hospital patients
        Completed necessary legal paperwork to involuntarily commit patients when necessary
PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE (Continued):
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    Inpatient Counselor—Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center (Doctoral Internship)
    January 2002-July 2002
             Conducted individual, group, and family counseling with adult psychiatric inpatient population   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
             Conducted assessments, assigned diagnoses, and developed treatment plans for potential
                inpatient adults and youth                                                                     Formatted: Underline


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PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE (Continued):
Doctoral Internship—Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center
   January 2002-July 2002
            Conducted individual, group, and family counseling with adult psychiatric inpatient population     Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
            Conducted assessments, assigned diagnoses, and developed treatment plans for potential inpatient
                adults and youth
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PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE (Continued):
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  Masters’ InternshipYouth Counselor—Youth Focus, Inc., Greensboro, NC (Masters Internship)
  August 2000-May 2001
           Conducted individual and family counseling with at-risk youth
           Performed intake evaluations, assigned diagnoses, and developed treatment plans for at
              risk-youth
           Led group counseling sessions in both residential and school settings

  Research Assistant—The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  August 1999-2001
          Served as assistant to Drs. Jane Myers and Gerald Juhnke in the Department of Counseling and
             Educational Development
          Conducted research on a variety of subjects including love, wellness, and substance abuse
          Assisted in the development and maintenance of Chi Sigma Iota’s web publication Excellence
             in Research Counseling
          Co-authored an article for the Chi Sigma Iota newsletter, Exemplar

  Practicum—Hospice of Greensboro
  August 1999-December 1999
           Worked with Kaleidoscope Kids, a bereavement program for children and their families
           Facilitated youth and adult bereavement groups
           Performed a bereavement-awareness puppet show at numerous elementary schools

  Youth Director—First United Methodist Church, Wilson, NC
  June 1997-January 1998
          Oversaw all aspects of youth program for 1800-member church
          Established and directed a Youth Council of parents and students
          Coordinated a team of over 20 adult volunteers

SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE:

  Internship Supervisor—The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Counseling and
  Educational Development
  Fall 2003 & Spring 20044 (Present)3
           Provide individual and group supervision to Masters-level community counseling and student         Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
              development interns
           Conduct visits to internship sites and maintain dialogue with site hosts
              Assign final grades to all interns
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  Practicum Coordinator—The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Counseling and
  Educational Development
  August 2001-PresentPresentMay 2003-May 2004
           Coordinate(dd) all practicum activities for Masters-level counseling students in various courses
                    CED 641—Counseling Children, Spring 2004                                                   Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                    CED 642—Substance Abuse Counseling, Spring 2003                                            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
                 CED 610—Helping Relationships, Fall 2002
                 CED 612—Counseling Over the Lifespan, Spring 2002
                 CED 602—Student Development in Higher Education, Fall 2001
           Supervise(d d) and schedule(d) all graduate assistants assigned to these courses
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SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE (Continued):
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SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE (Continued):
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SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE (Continued):

  Practicum Supervisor—The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of Counseling and
  Educational Development
  August 2001-May 2003May 2004PresentPresent
           Supervise(d) Masters-level counseling students during various practica
          Teach/taught practicum sections of helping skills to non-counseling students
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COURSES TAUGHT:

  COUN 559—Dynamics of Group Process
        Montclair State University, Fall 2004 (2 sections)                                                       Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
        Three credit hour course introducing students to useful group facilitation skills                        Formatted: Indent: Left: 0.75", Tab stops: Not
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  COUN 572—Self-Critiquing for Improved Counselor Competence                                                      Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
        Montclair State University, Fall 2004                                                                    Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
        Three credit hour course teaching advanced counseling skills in practicum environment                    Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
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  CED 210—Career & Life Planning                                                                                  at 0.75"
         The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Fall 2003                                               Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
         Three credit hour course covering issues around career development and personal growth
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  CED 310—Helping Skills
         The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Spring 2003, Fall 2002                                  Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
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              Three credit hour course teaching basic facilitation skills to undergraduates                       Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
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        The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Fall 2002                                                + Indent at: 0.75", Tab stops: Not at 0.75"
        Three credit hour course teaching basic facilitation skills to undergraduates                            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering

  CED 506C—Institutes in Education: Counseling for Middle and Later Life
         The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Fall 2001
         One credit hour course teaching basic helping skills to gerontologists

SEMINARS TAUGHT:

  APA Format—Tips for the Uninitiated
  September 12, 2003
          Brown Bag Lunch sponsored by the Counselor Education Student Association and Chi Sigma                 Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
             Iota organizations at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
          Professional seminar outlining the basics of using APA style in manuscripts
          Encore presentation requested based on positive feedback the previous year

  APA Format—A Gentle Introduction
  September 30, 2002
          Brown Bag Lunch sponsored by the Counselor Education Student Association and Chi Sigma
             Iota organizations at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
          Professional seminar outlining the basics of using APA style in manuscripts

GUEST LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS:

  Your Counseling Degree and Career Possibilities: Thinking Outside of the Box
  Fall 2003
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development                Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
            647B—Consultation and Counselor Education: Theory & Practice
           Masters Level Course
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GUEST LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS (Continued):

  Computers & Assessment: An Overview
  Fall 2003
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development          Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
            777A—Advanced Assessment
           Doctoral Level Course

  Wellness and the World of Work: Taking a Holistic Approach
  Spring 2003
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
             210—Career/Life Planning

  Premarital Counseling: Rationale and Intervention Strategies
  Spring, 2003
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
              691—Advanced Clinical Seminar in Couples and Family Counseling
           Masters Level Course                                                                            Formatted: Bullets and Numbering


  Your Counseling Degree and Career Possibilities: Thinking Outside of the Box
  Fall 2002
          The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
             647B—Consultation and Counselor Education: Theory & Practice
                                                                                                           Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
            Masters Level Course                                                                           Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
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GUEST LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS (Continued):

  Wellness: Applications for College Students
  Fall 2002
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
             310—Helping Skills


  Conducting Premarital Counseling: Basic Strategies for Intervention
  Spring, 2002
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
             691—Advanced Clinical Seminar in Couples and Family Counseling
           Masters Level Course                                                                           Formatted: Bullets and Numbering


  Love Styles and Wellness: Implications for Students
  Spring 2002
           Davidson Community College; Psychology 301—Interpersonal Psychology
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GUEST LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS (Continued):

  The Relationship Between Love and Personal Wellness
  Fall 2001
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
             310—Helping Skills

  The Interplay of Love Attitudes and Wellness
  Summer 2001
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
              310—Helping Skills

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GUEST LECTURES/PRESENTATIONS (Continued):

   Wellness and Love: Correlations and Implications
   Summer 2001
           The University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Counseling and Educational Development
              210—Career/Life Planning

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HONORS/AWARDS:

National/International

   Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, Chi Sigma Iota International, 2004
   Outstanding Advocacy Poster Presentation Award, Chi Sigma Iota International, 2003
   Chi Sigma Iota International Fellow, 2001

State

   Third-Place Poster Presentation, Annual Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association, 2000

University/Local

   Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, Upsilon Nu Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, The University of North
           Carolina at Greensboro, 2003-2004
   Summer Research Award, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2003
   Marion Pope Franklin Award, Counselor Education Student Association, The University of North Carolina
           at Greensboro, 2003
   Outstanding Advocacy Poster Presentation Award, Chi Sigma Iota International, 2003
   Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, Counselor Education Student Association, The University of North
           Carolina at Greensboro, 2002
   Cohort Award, Counselor Education Student Association, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro,
           2002
   Student Employee of the Year Finalist, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2002
   Summer Research Award, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2001
   Chi Sigma Iota International Fellow, 2001
   Joyce Daughtry White Scholarship, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, School of Education,
           2000
   Third-Place Poster Presentation, Annual Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association, 2000
   Charles Hayes Fellowship, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 1999
   Dean's List, seven semesters, Wake Forest University, 1993-1997.

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PUBLICATIONS:

Refereed Journals

   Cashwell, C. S., Myers, J. E., & Shurts, W. M. (in press, Winter 2004). Using the developmental
         counseling and therapy model to work with a client in spiritual bypass: Some preliminary
         considerations. Submitted for review. Journal of Counseling and Development.

   Shurts, W. M., & Shoffner, M. F. (in press, SpringWinter 20045). Providing career counseling for
           collegiate student-athletes: A learning theory approach. Journal of Career Development, 31(23),
           TBA.


   Myers, J. E., & Shurts, W. M. (2002). Measuring positive emotionality: A review of instruments assessing
           love. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 34, 238-254.
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Manuscripts Under Review

Shurts, W. M., & Shoffner, M. F. Providing career counseling for collegiate student-athletes: A learning            Formatted: Indent: Left: 0", First line: 0"
theory approach. Submitted for review.

    Shurts, W. M., & Myers, J. E. The relationships between love, liking, and wellness: Implications for
            college student romance.


Manuscripts & Research In Progress

    Cashwell, C. S., Shurts, W. M., Spurgeon, S., Degges-White, S., & Barrio, C. Innovations in teaching
          couples’ counseling: Incorporating developing role-plays into the process.


    Gibbons, M. M., & Shurts, W. M. A primer on computers and assessment: What every counselor needs to
           know.

    Shurts, W. M. Postmodern supervision: A review and critique of feminist, narrative, and solution-focused
            approaches.

    Shurts, W. M. Premarital counseling: Toward an Adlerian model for practice.

Book Chapters

    Degges-White, S., & Shurts, W. M. (in press). Wellness in the adult population. In J. E. Myers & T. J.
           Sweeney (Eds.) Wellness in Counseling: Theory, Research, and Practice. American Counseling
           Association.


Newsletter Articles

    Shurts, W. M. (Spring, 2003). CSI Update. Counselor Education (CED Newsletter—UNCG), 11.

    Shurts, W. M. (Winter, 2003). CSI Update. Counselor Education (CED Newsletter—UNCG), 11.

    Shurts, W. M. (Fall, 2002). CSI Update. Counselor Education (CED Newsletter—UNCG), 10.

    Shurts, M., & Myers, J. E. (2000). Excellence in counseling research. Chi Sigma Iota Exemplar, 15, 7.

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS:

National Presentations

    Shurts, W. M., & Gibbons, M. M. (2005). Help—I've never studied the DSM-IV-TR! An introduction for              Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
            DSM-IV-TR beginners. Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association. Atlanta,                 Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
            GA. *LEARNING INSTITUTE—INVITED HALF-DAY PRESENTATION*
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    Shurts, W. M., & Myers, J. E. (2005). The relationships among marital messages received, marital
            attitudes, relationship self-efficacy, and holistic wellness among never-married, traditional-aged
            undergraduates. Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association. Atlanta, GA.
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(Accepted) Shurts, W. M., & Gibbons, M. M. (2004). My program didn’t cover the DSM-IV-R! A gentle
       introduction to assessment, diagnosis, and disposition for the DSM-IV-R neophyte. Annual
       Conference of the American Counseling Association. Kansas City, MO.

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National Presentations (Continued):
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National Presentations (Continued):

   (Accepted) Gibbons, M. M., & Shurts, W. M. (2004). Ethical Issues and Suggestions for Practitioners:
          Considering the Role of Internship Site Supervisor. Annual Conference of the American
          Counseling Association. Kansas City, MO.

   Shurts, W. M., Barrio, C. A., Myers, J. E. (2003). Advocating for wellness: Helping the helpers. Annual
           Conference of the American Counseling Association. Anaheim, CA.
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National Presentations (Continued):
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   Myers, J. E., Sweeney, T. J., Barrio, C. A., & Shurts, W. M. (2003). The indivisible self: An empirically-
           based, emerging model of wellness. Anaheim, CA..


   International Committee Membership (2003). Experiencing the international group: US counselors
            working abroad. Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association. Anaheim, CA.
   .

   Shurts, W. M., & Armeniox, L. F. (2002). Infusing business & marketing across courses: An integrative
           approach. National Conference of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Park
           City, UT.

   Watson, J. C., & Shurts, W. M. (2002). Infusing technology: How do I know where to begin? National
          Conference of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Park City, UT.
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   National Presentations (Continued)

   Myers, J. E., Shurts, W. M. (2002). Diversity in perceptions of love: Wellness as a unifying philosophy.
           Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association. New Orleans, LA.


   Shurts, W. M., & Wills, J. B. (2001). Premarital Counseling: A realistic model for getting involved.
           Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association. San Antonio, TX.

Regional & State Presentations


   Shurts, W. M., & Andrisani, F. (2004). Innovative preventative techniques—Teaching inclusive                 Formatted: Body Text Indent 2, Indent: Left:
           premarital counseling. North Atlantic Region of the Association for Counselor Education and          0.75", Tab stops: Not at 0.64" + 1.27" + 1.91"
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           Supervision Annual Conference. Mystic, CT.                                                           5.73" + 6.36" + 7" + 7.63" + 8.27" + 8.91"
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   Roland, C., Pierce, G., & Shurts, W. M. (2004). A diverse blend: Postmodern/feminist approach to             Formatted: No underline
          supervision with counselors-in-training. North Atlantic Region of the Association for Counselor       Formatted: No underline
          Education and Supervision Annual Conference. Mystic, CT.                                              Formatted: No underline
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   Shurts, W. M., Gibbons, M. M., & Williams, D. J. (2003). Reflections on supervision training: Doctoral
           students’ first intensive experience. Southern Association for Counselor Education and               Formatted: Font: (Default) Times New Roman,
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           Supervision Annual Conference. Chattanooga, TN.
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   Shurts, W. M. (2003). Incorporating Premarital Counseling Training into Marriage and Family Curricula.
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           Southern Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Annual Conference. Chattanooga,
           TN.                                                                                                  Formatted: Font: Not Bold


   Cashwell, C. S., Degges-White, S., Gainey, C., Shurts, W. M., & Spurgeon, S. (2001). Helping students
         translate theory into practice in couples and family counseling. Annual Conference of the South
         Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Athens, GA.
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State Presentations
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   Shurts, W. M., & Gibbons, M. M. (2004). Help—I’ve never studied the DSM-IV! An introduction for
           DSM-IV beginners. Annual Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association. Charlotte,
           NC.

   Wills, J. B., & Shurts, W. M. (2003). Advocating for marriage: Should counselor have a role? Annual
            Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association. Charlotte, NC.

   Gibbons, M. M., & Shurts, W. M. (2003). Computer-based assessment and counseling: Some preliminary
          considerations. Annual Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association. Charlotte, NC.

   Shurts, W. M. (2002). A Marketing Primer: Conceptualizing the Process. Annual Conference of the
           North Carolina Counseling Association. Greensboro, NC.
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State Presentations (Continued)

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State Presentations (Continued):

   Shurts, W. M. (2002). Premarital counseling: Strategies for engaging the engaged. Annual Conference of
           the North Carolina Counseling Association. Greensboro, NC.

   Cashwell, C. S., Degges-White, S., Gainey, C., Shurts, W. M., & Spurgeon, S. (2001). Helping students
         translate theory into practice in couples and family counseling. Annual Conference of the South
         Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Athens, GA.

   Wills, J. B., & Shurts, W. M. (2001). Increase your earning potential: Marketing your counseling degree.
            Annual Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association. Greensboro, NC.


   Shurts, W. M., & Wills, J. B. (2001). Divorce Prevention: The state of premarital counseling. Annual
           Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association. Greensboro, NC.

   Shurts, W. M., & Wills, J. B. (2000). The clinical treatment of sexual dysfunctions: Female and male
           arousal and orgasmic disorders. Annual Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association.
           Charlotte, NC.

   Erwin, M., & Shurts, W. M. (2000). The nuts and bolts of starting a private counseling practice. Annual
          Conference of the North Carolina Counseling Association. Charlotte, NC.



PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

   American Counseling Association
           International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors
           Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
           Association for Specialists in Group Work                                                           Formatted: Bullets and Numbering
           Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
   Southern North Atlantic Regional Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
   North Carolina Counseling Association
           North Carolina Association of Marriage and Family Counselors
           North Carolina Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
           North Carolina Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling
   Counselor Education Student Association, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Department of
          Counseling and Educational Development

HONORARY MEMBERSHIPS:

   Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Academic and Professional Honor Society International
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   HONORARY MEMBERSHIPS (Continued):

   Mortar Board Honorary Society
   Lambda Pi Eta, Communication Honor Society

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

National Service

   Technology Committee Member, Association of Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling,
   2003.
   Technology Interest Network, Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, 2003.
   International Committee Member, American Counseling Association, 2002-2003
   Student Volunteer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference, 2002
   Technology Committee Member, Chi Sigma Iota International, 1999-2002
   Student Volunteer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference, 2001
   Student Volunteer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference, 2000
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Regional Service

   Supervision Interest Network, Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, 2003.
   Community Counseling Interest Network, Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision,
   2003.
   Technology Interest Network, Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, 2001-Present

University/Local Service


    Faculty Search Committee, Montclair State University, 2005                                                  Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
    Course Coordinator—Group Dynamics, Montclair State University, 2004-2005                                    Formatted: No underline
    International Committee Member, American Counseling Association, 2002-2003                                  Formatted: Font: Times New Roman, 11 pt
    President-Elect, President, and Past President, Upsilon Nu Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, 2001-2004
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    Student Volunteer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference, 3-21-2002
    Technology Interest Network, Southern Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, 2002
    Technology Committee Member, Chi Sigma Iota International, 1999-2002
    Technology Committee Chair/Webmaster, Upsilon Nu Chi Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota, 2000-Present
    Vice President-External, Counselor Education Student Association, 2000-2001
Student Volunteer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference, 3-15-2001
    Student Volunteer, American Counseling Association Annual Conference, 3-21-2000
    Professional Development Committee Member, Counselor Education Student Association, 1999-2000
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ADDITIONAL TRAININGS COMPLETED:

  Conducting Web-Based Searches for Grants and Funding
  Intermediate Blackboard Training (Web-Based Teaching Program)
  Introductory Blackboard Training (Web-Based Teaching Program)
  Red Cross Disaster Relief Training
  Web-Page Development Training

REFERENCES:

  Available upon request

PERSONAL INTERESTS AND HOBBIES:

  Family: Wife of four sixfive years, Sarah, and a miniature dachshund (354+ years old), Stringbean
  Singing: Studied voice in college; toured and recorded albums with an a cappella vocal ensemble
  Sports: Participation in baseball, basketball, soccer; fan of each plus football and hockey
  Exercise/Activity: Enjoy walking and roller-blading

								
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