Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology: Faculty

Our Program Chair

Trent Nguyen, Ph.D.

Education:

  • Ph.D. Social Work – University of Texas at Arlington
  • M.A. Counseling – University of Texas at Arlington
  • M.A. Pastoral Theology – University of Texas at Arlington
  • B.S. Psychology – University of Texas at Arlington

Research & Training Interests: Dual-Diagnoses, Court-Ordered Populations, Interpersonal Violence, Substance Abuse, Secondary Traumatic Stress.

Publications:

  • Nguyen, T. (2004). Vietnamese women and domestic violence: A qualitative study. The Qualitative Report, 9(3), 435-448.

  • Larsen, S., Dashtipour, K., & Nguyen, T. (2008). A synopsis of schizophrenia. Benson House Clinical Review, 52, 112-120.

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology: Faculty

Jennifer M. Crane, LMFT

Clinical Director & Faculty

Education

• MA Counseling Psychology – JFK

Licensures & Certifications

• Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #47774

Research & Training

Holistic Studies, Buddhist Psychology, Process Therapy

Michelle M. Daly, LPC

Core Faculty

Education

• MSPH – The University of Illinois at Chicago
• MA, Art Therapy and Counseling – Southwestern College

Licensures & Certifications

• Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC, LCPC) – New Mexico & Illinois
• Registered Art Therapist (ATR)
• Infant Mental Health Endorsed (IMH-E®)

Research & Training

Psychophysiology, Environmental and Mental Health, Integrative Care, Grief and Loss, Trauma and Secondary Trauma, Group Dynamics, Ethical and Multicultural Awareness, Integrated Somatic Therapies, Creative Arts, Reflective Practice

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