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Counseling Program

Department of Counseling and Human Services

Faculty

Faculty

Jim Bitter

James R. Bitter

Ed.D., NCC, Professor

Contact:

423-439-4194
304 Warf-Pickel Hall 

James R. Bitter

Ed.D., NCCProfessor

Professor (Ed.D., Counselor Education, Idaho State University, 1975). Professional interests include: partner and family counseling, school counseling, Adlerian psychology, systems therapy, Gestalt therapy, and narrative therapy.

Rebekah Byrd

Rebekah Byrd

Ph.D, NCC, LPC, Associate Professor / Counseling Program Coordinator

Contact:

423-439-7521
324 Warf-Pickel Hall

Rebekah Byrd

Ph.D, NCC, LPCAssociate Professor / Counseling Program Coordinator

Associate Professor (Ph.D., Counselor Education, Old Dominion University, 2010). Professional interests include: School counseling, school counselor supervision, counseling children and adolescents, play therapy, human rights and social justice, group work, self-injury in adolescents, LGBTQ individuals, women's studies and Adlerian theory.

Curriculum Vita

Graham Disque

J. Graham Disque

Ph.D., Professor / Clinic Director

Contact:

423-439-7691
302 Warf-Pickel Hall

J. Graham Disque

Ph.D.Professor / Clinic Director

Professor (Ph.D., Marriage and Family Therapy, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 1992). Professional interests include: Internal family systems, systemic group work, family constellations, somatic experiencing, focusing, NVC, trauma work, body centered therapies i.e. Hakomi and PBSP, Equine assisted learning and therapy, and Non-Dual approaches to spirituality.

Curriculum Vita

Rebecca Milner

Rebecca Milner

Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Contact:

423-439-7321
410 Warf-Pickel Hall

Rebecca Milner

Ph.D.Assistant Professor

 Assistant Professor (Ph.D. in Counseling and Supervision, James Madison University, 2014). Professional interests include: Multiculturalism and intercultural development, social justice, mindfulness, international service-learning, systems, crisis counseling and risk assessment, and expressive arts.

Brent Morrow

Brent Morrow

Ph.D., LMFT, Professor Emeritus of Counseling

Contact:

423-439-4187
417 Warf-Pickel Hall

Brent Morrow

Ph.D., LMFTProfessor Emeritus of Counseling

Associate Professor and Counseling Program Coordinator (Ph.D., Marriage and Family Therapy, Texas Tech University, 1986). Professional interests include: marriage & family therapy, treatment for survivors of sexual abuse, evolutionary psychology, and attachment theory.

Curriculum vita

Janna Scarborough

Janna L. Scarborough

Ph. D.,  

Contact:

423-439-4191
322 Warf-Pickel Hall

Janna L. Scarborough

Ph. D. 

Professor of Counseling (Ph.D. in Counselor Education, University of Virginia, 2002). Professional interests include: school counselor professional development and practice, accountability and outcome research in school counseling, leadership, collaboration and systems change in schools, education and supervision of professional counselors, and working with K-12 students with disabilities and LGBTQ youth.

Curriculum vita

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