Faculty and Staff

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Program Coordinator

Brubaker, Michael

Associate Professor And Coordinator
Counseling

460PB TEACHER-DYER

513-556-9196

michael.brubaker@uc.edu

Faculty

La Guardia, Amanda C

Assistant Professor of Counseling
Mental Health Counseling Program Coordinator

460U TEACHER-DYER

513-556-8462

laguaraa@ucmail.uc.edu

Lanman, Sarah

Visiting Assistant Professor
Counseling

460V TEACHER-DYER

513-556-8457

sarah.lanman@uc.edu

Minor, Jill

Assistant Professor-Educator
Counseling

460PC TEACHER-DYER

513-556-2920

jill.minor@uc.edu

Montgomery, LaTrice

Assistant Professor

460Q TEACHER-DYER

513-585-8286

latrice.montgomery@uc.edu

Richardson, George B

Assistant Professor
Substance Abuse Counseling

460R TEACHER-DYER

513-556-9261

george.richardson@uc.edu

Tang, Mei

Professor
Counseling

460T TEACHER-DYER

513-556-3716

mei.tang@uc.edu

Wyler, Stephanie

Instructional Specialist
Substance Abuse Counseling

560K TEACHER-DYER

513-556-2335

stephanie.wyler@uc.edu

 

Faculty Emeriti  

Robert K. Conyne, Ph.D.

Robert K. Conyne, Ph.D.

Robert K. Conyne, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus from the University of Cincinnati, is a Licensed Psychologist, Clinical Counselor and Fellow of the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW) and the American Psychological Association.

He has 36 years of professional experience as a University Professor and Department Head, counselor, administrator, consultant, and trainer. Bob has received many awards, including Eminent Career Award from the ASGW; Lifetime Achievement Award in Prevention, Society of Counseling Psychology of the APA; Distinguished Alumni Award of Distinction from Purdue University, and a Soros International Scholar.

Dr. Ellen P. Cook

Dr. Ellen P. Cook

Dr. Ellen P. Cook is a professor emerita in the UC Counseling Program. She received her doctorate in counseling psychology from the University of Iowa and has taught at the University of Cincinnati since 1978. Dr. Cook’s areas of specialization are gender issues, career development, spirituality, and mental health counseling. She has published two books and over 30 articles, chapters, integrative research reviews, and monographs on these topics, and has made over 30 presentations at international, national, and regional conferences. She is currently the associate editor of the Career Development Quarterly and is editing a casebook on gender and multicultural issues in career development. She has also been an editorial board member of six national professional journals and has performed numerous professional and community service activities. Dr. Cook is a Fellow of the Division of the Psychology of Women in the American Psychological Association, and a licensed psychologist and professional clinical counselor in Ohio.

Dr. F. Robert Wilson

Dr. F. Robert Wilson

Dr. F. Robert Wilson is Professor Emeritus of Counseling at the University of Cincinnati with over 35 years of service. His teaching and research interests included ecologically grounded mental health counseling, group work, and the clinical training of counselors. Over his career, he was professionally active, having served as President and Treasurer of the Association for Assessment in Counseling, as Vice Chair of CACREP, the accreditation body for counseling programs, as a member of the governing board of the American Counseling Association, and as a member of the editorial board for several professional journals. Currently, he serves on the governing board of the Ohio Mental Health Counselors Association and the Ohio Counseling Association Political Action Committee. He has been honored by being elected a Fellow of the American Counseling Association, a Fellow of the Association for Specialists in Group Work, and Ohio's Counselor of the Year. As a licensed and nationally certified clinical counselor and counseling supervisor, he now consults and provides mental health counseling services at the Health Resource Center of Cincinnati, a local health clinic for indigent and homeless persons with serious mental illness.