UT Tyler

Psychology & Counseling

Christine McNichols, Ph.D.

Title: Assistant Professor of Counseling and CMHC Practicum and Internship Coordinator
Department: Psychology & Counseling
Building: HPR 115
Email: cmcnichols@uttyler.edu
Phone: 903.566.7341

Biography

Research Interests

  • Using creative approaches in counseling, supervision, and teaching
  • Using poetry in counseling, supervision, and training
  • Counselor growth and development
  • Counselor wellness
  • Fostering the development of self-reflective practice
  • Postmodern approaches to counseling and supervision
  • Effective ways to teach multiculturalism in counselor training
  • Using Narrative Therapy with Latino/a populations
  • Providing alternative internship sites for mental health counseling students
  • Exploring international and cross-cultural counseling research and methods
  • Effects of the economy on mental health and interpersonal well being
  • Intimate partner violence and family violence

Courses Taught at UT Tyler

  • COUN 5313 - Family Therapy
  • COUN 5324 - Cultural Diversity & Advocacy
  • COUN 5328 - Foundations & Ethics in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • COUN 5391 - Essential Counseling Skills
  • COUN 5392 - Helping Relationships & Clinical Intervention
  • COUN 5393 - Clinical Mental Heath Counseling Practicum
  • COUN 5396 - Internship I
  • COUN 5397 - Internship II
  • PSYC 5328 - Issues & Professional Ethics
  • PSYC 5393 - Applied Therapy

Curriculum

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