Counseling Professionals are in High Demand.

Webster's counseling degree program combines classroom education and hands-on field experience to provide you with theory and skills needed to work with individuals, couples, families, and children in a variety of mental health settings. And with the United States Bureau of Labor and Statistics projecting strong growth of employment rates for mental health counselors, therapists, and school counselors, the demand is expected to continue to increase, ensuring a long and productive career serving the needs of people in the workplace, health care settings and the community.

Our diverse faculty members are practicing clinicians who take a real-world approach to learning, and guide students in developing cultural awareness needed in an ever-evolving world. 

Small Classes

Maximum of 24 students to create an ideal environment for learning, interaction, and discovery.

Hands-On Training

All students complete a 15-month clinical counseling field experience.

Proven Record

Thirty-year track record in preparing students for successful careers in the counseling profession.

Master of Arts in Counseling

Small classes, hands-on training.

Our Professional Counseling program is available at Webster campuses nationwide, as well as internationally in Geneva, Switzerland. Accreditation and availability of degree emphasis vary by campus. Choose a specific location for details.

Our Geneva campus offers a SGfB-accredited program with an emphasis in community counseling.

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Providing high-quality experiences to students who strive for individual academic excellence is at the core of Webster University’s Department of Professional Counseling. Find out more about our training, which contributes to an enhanced quality of life for individuals on a local, national and global scale, preparing you for a high-demand profession.

Choose Your Primary Degree

This degree program is designed to provide high-quality learning experiences to students, helping them become expert professional counselors who strive for individual excellence and contribute to an enhanced quality of life in local, national and global societies. Curriculum is culturally inclusive, training students with a strong base of knowledge and skills to practice effectively in a variety of careers in the field of mental health and human service, educational institutions, private practice, and government, business and industrial settings. It is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, practice and skills for working with individuals, couples, children, families and groups in a variety of mental health settings.

We invite students to select an emphasis area for this degree from the following options:

- Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Couples, Marriage, Family and Child Counseling
- School Counseling Specialization in Grades K–12
- Family Life Counseling; or Community Counseling.

Approved by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE), our MA in School Counseling is designed to prepare you to work with children and families in a variety of school settings. Completion of the degree will provide students with the required educational credentials for both K–8 and 7–12 school counselor certifications in Missouri. *Students who require prerequisite courses may have to complete more credit hours.

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Student Spotlight

Lori J. Watson, graduate student, Professional Counseling, and Webster’s Deputy Title IX and HR Coordinator

Lori J. Watson's manuscript, “Behavioral Outcomes of Law Enforcement Officers with Compassion Fatigue” has been accepted for publication in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. Watson worked with Stacy Henning, Ph.D., in revising a paper Watson wrote in her first counseling course. Watson worked for more than a year on producing a manuscript that was accepted last week on its first submission to the publisher.

Henning further encouraged her to propose to speak on her topic at the Missouri Institute of Mental Health Spring Training Institute summit in May 2022. Her proposal is currently under review. MIMH subsequently asked Watson to join its speaker panel as a paid speaker next June on a series of mental health webinars offered globally.

Watson is also working with Henning in organizing a podcast to feature first responders’ mental health during the pandemic and its continued aftermath. 

Contact Information and Core Faculty

Hasmik Chakaryan

Hasmik Chakaryan, PhD, LPC

Clinical Director, Associate Professor, Professional Counseling, Webster Groves

Hasmik Chakaryan is an assistant professor and clinical director for the Department of Professional Counseling at Webster University. She has obtained her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Toledo under Dr. Martin Richie in 2013. Throughout her career, she has been actively involved in social justice and human rights activism and advocacy. Among many projects, Chakaryan has also established a training program for counseling paraprofessionals in Mexico. She has presented in numerous state and national conferences. Her experience includes extensive work with marginalized populations and groups in Armenia, Romania, Mexico and the United States. Chakaryan has designed the first sexual assault and rape survivor group therapy in the Counseling Center of the University of Toledo.

Chakaryan is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) both in Ohio and Missouri and a Certified Trauma Specialist as well as a victim advocate. She specializes in multicultural counseling and supervision, as well as crisis, trauma and disaster mental health counseling. Chakaryan provides training for professionals on intimate partner violence, multicultural competence in counseling and supervision, working with refugee and immigrant populations, and working with victims of various traumas. Her current research focuses on internationalizing the profession of counseling and bringing awareness of mental health in East Europe.

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Chakaryan, H. (2018). Need for establishing a clinical counseling degree program in Armenia. Regional Post – Caucasus. 3, 20-23.

Chakaryan, H. and Laux, J. (2018). Establishing a Master’s Counseling Program in Armenia: Historical and socio-cultural context. International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling. 40, 1-13.

Chakaryan, H. (2018). Effective ways to approach sexual assault response and critical elements to consider. Counseling Today. 61(1), 52-57.

Liberati, R. and Chakaryan, H. (2017). Significance of training for LGBTQ intimate partner violence victim counselors. Alabama Counseling Association Journal. 41(3), 28-48.

Chakaryan, H. (2017). Crisis Intervention: Building Resilience in Troubled Times. (Reviewer of "Crisis Intervention: Building Resilience in Troubled Times" by Echterling, L.G. & McKee, J.A.), Cognella Inc.

Location Webster Hall 300, Webster Groves, Missouri
Phone 314-246-8217
Email hchakaryan06@webster.edu

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Stacy L. Henning, PhD, LPC, ACS

Associate Professor, Professional Counseling, Webster Groves

Stacy Henning is an associate professor in the Professional Counseling Department at Webster University. She holds a Ph.D. and an MEd in Counselor Education and Supervision from CACREP accredited doctoral and master’s programs, is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) through NBCC. Stacy is an active member in ACA Committees including former senior chair to the ACA Ethics Committee and member of the Public Policy and Legislative Committee; a Site Team Chair for the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP); an active member of University and department committees; and a practicing professional counselor in St. Louis. Current research includes women in life transition, neuroscience in clinical counseling, and couples counseling.

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Sheperis, D., Henning, S. L., Kocet, M. (2015). "Ethical Decision Making in the 21st Century." Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Buckley, M.R. and Henning, S. (2014). Education, credentialing, and professional development. In D. S. Sheperis & C. J. Sheperis (eds.). "Clinical Mental Health Counseling: Fundamentals of Applied Practice." Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

Henning, S. L. (2013). Ethical decision making. In D. Levitt & H. J. Hartwig Moorhead (Eds.), "Values and Ethics in Counseling: Real-Life Ethical Decision-Making." New York: Routledge.

Thomas, R., and Henning, S. L. (2012). Clinical counseling in Switzerland. Journal of Counseling and Development, special edition.

Thomas, R., and Henning, S. L. (2012) Counseling in Switzerland. In T. Hohenshil (Ed.) "International Counseling." Washington, DC: American Counseling Association.

Location Webster Hall 302, Webster Groves, Missouri
Phone 314-246-8215
Email stacyhenning67@webster.edu

V. Muthoni Musangali

V. Muthoni Musangali, PhD, NCC

Associate Professor, Professional Counseling, Webster Groves

V. Muthoni Musangali is an associate professor in the Counseling Department at Webster University. She earned her PhD in Counselor Education from the University of Central Florida. She holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Heidelberg College and a BEd (Arts) from Kenyatta University, Kenya. She is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES), North Central ACES, and the Association for Assessment in Counseling. She is also a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC).

Musangali’s publications include a co-authored a chapter in ACA’s "Handbook on International Counseling" (2013), as well as an article in the Journal of Counseling & Development on the development of counseling in Kenya.

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Fuenfhausen, K., Young, S., Cashwell, C. and Musangali, M. (September 2016). History and Evolution of Clinical Mental Health Counseling. In J. S. Young & C. S. Cashwell (Eds.), Clinical mental health counseling: elements of effective practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.

Musangali, M., Daire, A. and DeLorenzi, D. (2016). The Impact of Caregiver Coping Strategies and Patient Level of Functioning on Perception of Caregiver Burden among Caregivers of Persons Living with HIV and AIDS in Kenya. Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services. DOI: 10.1080/15381501.2014.912176.

Okech, J.A. and Kimemia, M. (2013). Professional Counseling in Kenya. In T. Hohensil, N. Amundson, & S. Niles (Eds.), Handbook of international counseling (pp. 31-39). Fairfax, VA: American Counseling Association.

Okech, J.A. and Kimemia, M. (2012). Professional Counseling in Kenya: History, Current Status, and Future Trends. Journal of Counseling and Development, 90, 1, 107-112, DOI: 10.1111/j.1556-6676.2012.00015.x.

Kimemia, M., Asner-Self, K., and Daire, A. (2011). An exploratory factor analysis of the Brief COPE with a sample of Kenyan caregivers. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling. DOI: 10.1007/s10447-011-9122-8

Office Webster Hall 307, Webster Groves, Missouri
Phone 314-246-8278
Email muthoni08@webster.edu

Hemla Singaravelu

Hemla D. Singaravelu, PhD, LPC

Professor, Professional Counseling, Webster Groves

Hemla D. Singaravelu, PhD is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and professor in the Department of Professional Counseling, Webster University-St. Louis, Missouri, USA. Prior to her role at Webster, she was an associate professor at Saint Louis University and served as the co-chair/director of the master's program. She was an assistant professor at Southwest Missouri State University and prior to this, the coordinator of Counseling, Career and Mentor Programs at Fitchburg State University in Massachusetts, USA. She received her doctorate in counselor education from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, specializing in multicultural/diversity counseling and career development. She has been the editorial board member for the Journal of Counseling and Development, the Career Development Quarterly (ad hoc), and the Journal of LGBT issues in Counseling. She has published and presented in the areas of multicultural counseling, career development of diverse populations, and the gay, lesbian, bisexual population. She has also published the book "A Handbook for Counseling International Students in the United States." She identifies as a Malaysian Indian.

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Singaravelu, H. and Cheah, W. (in press, 2019). Being gay and lesbian in Malaysia. In Nakamura, N. & Logie, C. (Eds.) "LGBT Mental Health-Global Perspectives & Experiences." APA Press.

Cheah, W. H., and Singaravelu, H. (2017). The coming-out process of gay and lesbian individuals from Islamic Malaysia:  Communication strategies and motivations. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research, 46(5), 401-423. doi: 10.1080/17475759.2017.1362460

Chittooran, R., Stiles, D. and Singaravelu, H. (June 2015). Educating for social justice: Perspectives from three professional programs in the USA. International School Psychology Association Conference Proceedings, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Reubelt, S., Singaravelu, H., Brown, C., Daneshpour, M., (2015). Exploration of Cross-Cultural Couples’ Marital Adjustment: Iranian-American Women Married to European-American Men. Current Psychology, (DOI) 10.1007/s12144-015-9312-3.

Singaravelu, H.D. & Pope, M. (2007). "Handbook for Counseling
International Students in the United States." VA: American Counseling Association Press.

Location Webster Hall 312, Webster Groves, Missouri
Phone 314-246-7569
Email hsingaravelu79@webster.edu

Molly Stehn

Molly Stehn, EdD, LPC

Department Chair, Associate Professor, Webster Groves (Home Campus)

Molly Stehn is an associate professor and chair of the Professional Counseling Department at Webster University. She holds an EdD in Counselor Education and Supervision and an Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from the University of Cincinnati (both are CACREP accredited programs). Stehn is a Missouri-Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), an Ohio-Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC), as well as a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CCMHC) through NBCC. She received intensive training on the practice of dialectical behavior therapy from BehavioralTech. Stehn is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and several of its divisions, including the Association for Creativity in Counseling, the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, ACA of Missouri, South Carolina Counseling Association, and NCACES. The high value Stehn places on student learning is evident in her relational approach to teaching, her scholarly activity, her professional development and her university service.

Prior to going into counselor education, Stehn trained for a career as a professional opera singer. During that stage in her life, she earned her Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the Manhattan School of Music and was a Regional Finalist in the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. Thus, she thoroughly enjoys finding any means possible for incorporating her musical expertise into her teaching, research and clinical practice.

For fun, Stehn enjoys the performing arts, running, cooking and baking.

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Stehn, M. & Tang, M. (2018). A feminist qualitative investigation of dialectical behavior therapy skills group as context for fostering  intrapersonal growth. Journal of Counselor Practice. 9(2),77–108. DOI: 10.22229/mos902112

Stehn, M. (2018). A brilliant but frosty solution: Frozen® an allegory for the central relational paradox. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health, 13, 254-261. DOI: 10.1080/15401383.2018.1426509

Stehn, M. (2014). One woman’s development and resilience in the face of complex trauma: A relational-cultural description of growth through counseling. Adultspan, 13(2), 120-128.

Stehn, M. & Wilson, F. R. (2012). Ambivalence: The tension between “yes” and “no”. Journal of Creativity and Mental Health, 7(1), 83-94.

Stehn, M. (in preparation). An auditory guide to the listening guide: De-mystifying the musical metaphors in the listening guide polyvocal analysis strategy.

Location Webster Hall 304, Webster Groves, Missouri
Phone 314-246-8646
Email mollystehn05@webster.edu

Faculty Name

Rebecca George, PhD, LPC

Instructor, Director of Assessment, Columbia Metro, South Carolina

Rebecca George joined Webster University as an adjunct counseling faculty for the Columbia Metropolitan Campus in 2007. She became a core full-time faculty in 2015. George earned a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling from the SC State University in 2000 and earned her PhD in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina in 2007. Rebecca is a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as an Approved Clinical Supervisor Counselor. She has also worked as the Director of Family Life Intervention Program at Carolina Children’s Home and taught special education in Columbia, South Carolina.

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Smith, A., and George, R. (2019). Black girl glare. In Culbreth, D., Jung, J., & Murti, L. (Eds.), "Our voices our stories: An anthology of writings advancing, celebrating, embracing and empowering girls and women of color." Jersey City, NJ: Complexity Publishing, Inc.

George, R., and Smith, A. (In Press). Nightmare on Black Magic Street: The reality of staying woke. In Matias, C. E. (Ed.), "Surviving Becky(s): Pedagogies of whiteness and Gender."

O’Brien, D. and George, R. (2019) Narrative Family Therapy. In Gold, J. (Ed.). "Intervening for Stepfamily Success: One Care, Multiple
Perspectives." Alexandria, VA: ACA

George, R. &. Smith, A., (March 20, 2019, Aired). In BlogTalk Radio “Our Voices Our Stories Mini Series,” Episode 3: On Being Our Sisters’ Keeper.

George, R. and Smith, A. T. (In Press.). How I got over”…tales of triumph and truth from Black women educators. In Jeffries, R. "Queen Mothers: Articulating the Spirit of Black Women Teacher-Leaders," IAP. In Press

Phone 803-699-0900
Email rgeorgebrown99@webster.edu

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Julie LaCubbert, PhD

Visiting Instructor, Charleston, South Carolina

Julie LaCubbert currently holds a PhD in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina CACREP-accredited program in 2012. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in the state of South Carolina, as well as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Supervisor. Her current research is in the area of multicultural family therapy; during her doctoral program she explored racial and social class differences of counseling family and family therapist, in regards to working alliance. Currently, she is practicing as a marriage and family therapist in a private practice setting.

LaCubbert has been published in the "The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling," having contributed three submissions including supervision, approved supervisor in MFT, positive and negative feedback, and attachment and romantic love. Her previous scholarly work focused on social class from the perspective of a marriage and family therapist. LaCubbert's chapter entitled Social Class and the Family Structure/Family Counseling appears in the textbook "Social Class and the Helping Professions" (Routledge Press, 2012). Other research interests include the areas of marriage and family therapy and the impact of internet infidelity, an area frequently encountered with couples in her private practice. As part of her practice, LaCubbert is supervising new marriage and family interns who are post-graduation but pre-licensure. She wants to evaluate the efficacy of supervision techniques from the perspective of both new interns and clients counseled by these interns. Her ultimate goal is the creation of the most conducive environment for individuals, couples and families to receive therapy.

LaCubbert is an AAMFT-Approved Supervisor and has been privately supervising newly graduated students in an individual and group setting. She is committed to the development of licensed professionals in our field which can only be accomplished with the active involvement of practicing supervisors.

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Martin, J. M. (2016). Coming out, coming home: An interview of Michael LaSala, PhD. The Family Journal, 24, 304-311.

Martin, J. M. (2016). Supervision, Approved Supervisor in MFT in "The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling."

Martin, J. M. (2016). Positive and Negative Feedback in "The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling."

Martin, J. M. (2016). Attachment and Romantic Love in "The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling."

Martin, J. M. (2015). The flying boy achieves emotional intelligence: An interview with John Lee. The Family Journal, 23, 90-96.

Phone 843-760-1324
Email juliemartin52@webster.edu

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Ryan Liberati, PhD, LPC, ACS, CCMHC, NCC

Associate Professor, School Counseling Coordinator, Webster Groves (Home Campus)

Ryan Liberati is an assistant professor of professional counseling at Webster University. His main research interests are intimate partner violence, competency with sexual minorities, and counseling adolescents and children. His clinical specialties are children, adolescents, and LGBTQ. He is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in Illinois, as well as a National Certified Counselor and Certified Clinical Mental Health Counselor through the National Board of Certified Counselors. In addition, he has earned his Approved Clinical Supervisor credential through the Center for Credentialing and Education. Liberati also serves as Editor for the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling newsletter. He also is appointed by the Mayor of Fairview Heights, Illinois, as a committee member for the Americans with Disabilities Act committee.

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Liberati, R., Moore, A., Kautzman, M., and Barreto, D. (2017). Being a LGBTQI + Individual in Immigrant & International Communities (Book Chapter). In "Affirmative Counseling With the LGBTQI Population: Current and Emerging Issues." American Counseling Association.

Liberati, R. and Agbisit, M. (2016). Using Art-Based Strategies in Group-Based Counselor Supervision. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health. 1-16. doi:10.1080/15401383.2016.1189369

Liberati, R. (2016). Play Therapist Stress and Meditation. Play Therapy. 11(3), 6-8.

Hancock, R. (2014). Positive Counselor Characteristics with Sexual Minority Intimate Partner Violence Victims. Canadian Journal Of Counselling And Psychotherapy / Revue Canadienne De Counseling Et De PsychothéRapie. 48(2), 153-170.

Hancock, R., McAuliffe, G., Levingstgon, K. (2014). Factors Impacting Counselor Competency with Sexual Minority Intimate Partner Violence Victims. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling. 8(1), 74-94.

Location Webster Hall 301, Webster Groves, MO
Phone 314-246-7624
Email ryanliberati24@webster.edu

Diane O'Brien

Diane O'Brien, PhD, LPC, CPCS, NCC, CCMHC, CTP

Instructor, Director of Hybrid Program, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Diane O'Brien joined Webster University as the Counseling Program Coordinator for the Myrtle Beach Metropolitan Campus in 2015. After twenty-five years as a public school teacher and working in the business world, Dr. O'Brien earned her MS in Counseling from the Canisius College of Buffalo in 2000. While working as a school counselor in a high school for at-risk youth, she went on to earn her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2006.

O'Brien serves on the editorial board for the Adultspan Journal, official journal of the Association for Adult Development and Aging. She is an active member of the American Counseling Association, the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, the Southern Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, and is a past-President of the Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia. O'Brien has presented her work at numerous regional, national, and international conferences. She has several publications, including an entry in "The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling."

O'Brien is best known for being an advocate for the profession of counseling and as a mentor to her students. Her research interests include the grief process and grief counseling, counseling with veterans and active military and military families, issues in clinical supervision and counseling service delivery, counselor education pedagogy, and at-risk youth.

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O’Brien, D.M. and George, R. (2018) Narrative therapy in J. Gold (Ed.), "Intervening for stepfamily success: one case, multiple perspectives." Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Boyd, M.V., Clark, D.M., Cunningham, G., Fountain, Y., Lane, W.D., Redmond, D. B., Williams, A.J. (2015). From victim to survivor: A structured group for victims of sex trafficking.

Clark, D.M. (2016) Bereavement counseling. In Jon Carlson (Ed.) "Encyclopedia of marriage, family, and couples counseling," Jon Carlson (Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

O’Connor, C, Clark, D., Durkee, D, Kirk, G. (2012). A comparison of life coaching and counseling: A call to the profession. Georgia Counseling Journal.

Clark, D.M. (2007). Response to critical incident: Is this love? In L. E. Tyson, J. Whitledge, & J. Culbreth (Eds.), "Critical incidents in counseling supervision." Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Phone 843-497-3677
Email dianeclark48@webster.edu 

Alexanderia Smith

Alexanderia Smith, PhD, LPC

Instructor, Director of South Carolina Counseling Program, Columbia, South Carolina

Alexanderia Smith received her PhD in Counselor Education from the University of South Carolina in Columbia in 2007, her Master of Education in Guidance and Counseling with an emphasis in community counseling from the University of Georgia in 2001, and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminal Justice from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 1999.

Smith is a Nationally Certified Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Addictions Counselor for the state of South Carolina. Smith is also a Certified Addictions Counselor. She has experience working in addictions as well as with survivors of sexual trauma. Smith has presented at both local and national conferences. She is also published in edited books and scholarly journals.  Smith’s research interests include womanism and innovative counseling teaching strategies.

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George, R., and Smith, A. (2020). Nightmare on Black Magic Street: The reality of staying woke. In Matias, C.E. (Ed.), "Surviving Becky(s): Pedagogies for deconstructing whiteness and gender." Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

Smith, A., and George, R. (2019). Black girl glare. In Culbreth, D., Jung, J., & Murti, L. (Eds.), "Our voices our stories: An anthology of writings advancing, celebrating, embracing and empowering girls and women of color." Jersey City, NJ: Complexity Publishing, Inc.

George, R., and Smith, A. (2019). How I got over: Tales of triumph and truth from black women educators. In Jefferies, R. (Ed.), "Queen Mothers: Articulating the spirit of black women teacher leaders." Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Colistra, A., and Smith, A. (2017). Patterns of Loss and Grief in Treating Alcohol Use Disorders: An Integration of 12 Steps and Stages of Grief Approaches. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 35 (2), 179-182.

Smith, A.T. (2015).  Career choice influences: The self-efficacy profiles of counseling students. VISTAS 2015.

Phone 803-699-0900 ext. 3342
Email asmithglenn62@webster.edu

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