Faculty


Anna Edgeston

  • Assistant Professor
  • Areas of Focus: Racial and ethnic diversity, suicide prevention, counselor self-care, portfolio development.
  • Contact Information
  • Office #2138
  • Phone: 615-525-2825
  • Email: aedgeston@argosy.edu
Anna Edgeston

Degrees

  • Ed.D, Counselor Education and Supervision, Argosy University, Nashville, Tennessee. 2013
  • M.A., Professional Counseling, Argosy University, Nashville, Tennessee. 2006
  • B.A. Psychology, Freed-Hardeman University, Henderson, Tennessee. 2001

Biography

Dr. Anna Edgeston is an Assistant Professor in Counseling in the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Nashville. She is a licensed professional counselor in Tennessee, serving as a mental health professional, educator and supervisor over the past decade. Dr. Edgeston’s research interests include multicultural counseling and advocacy, suicide awareness and prevention, counselor education and supervision, and issues related to, adolescents, adults, families, and international students. Dr. Edgeston was the recipient of the 2013 Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development (AMCD) Emerging Graduate Student Leader Award and the Tennessee Association for counselor Education and Supervision (TACES) 2014 Emerging Leader Award. In 2015, Dr. Edgeston was the recipient of Argosy University Nashville’s President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Her current professional leadership includes serving as the treasurer for the Tennessee Licensed Professional Association (TLPCA) and involvement in various committees at AUN. Dr. Edgeston has presented at local and state conferences on topics related to diversity and advocacy, suicide, self-care, counselor supervision, etc.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association (TLPCA)

Recent Presentations

Edgeston, A., Taylor, F., Drobnjakovic, T., & Drobnjakovic, A. (2015, April). What makes it work? Building a dynamic supervisory relationship between supervisors and supervisees. Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association conference, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A. (2015, April). Counselor self-care and connections: Focusing on self-care and relationships. Keynote speaker for the Middle Tennessee Counselor Association, Murfreesboro, TN.

White, M., Edgeston, A., Drobnjakovic, T., & Tayip, T. (2014, March). Increasing intercultural competence to ethically counsel refugee populations. Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association conference, Nashville, TN.

White, M., Edgeston, A., Drobnjakovic, T., & Tayip, T. (2014, March). The Journey: Conceptualizing cultural stories through and ethical lens.  Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association conference, Nashville, TN.

White, M., Edgeston, A., Drobnjakovic, T., & Tayip, T. (2014). Increasing intercultural competence to ethically counsel refugee populations. Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association quarterly luncheon, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A., McCall, C. (2011). Supervising counselors exposed to the traumatic experiences of clients.  Presented at the Argosy University counselor supervision training, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A., Way, P., & Moore, R. (2011). Forgiveness: Research, cultural and clinical perspectives. Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association quarterly luncheon, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A., Edgeston, S. (2011). Cultural issues in supervision. Presented at the Argosy University counselor supervision training, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A. (2010). Models of supervision. Presented at the Argosy University counselor supervision training, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A. (2009). Multicultural considerations in counselor supervision. Presented at the Argosy University counselor supervision training, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A., Edgeston, S. (2009). Gaining multicultural competence.  Presented at Lifecare Family Services, Lebanon, TN.

Rob Moore

  • Associate Professor and Director of Training
  • Areas of Focus: Spirituality and Health, Quantitative Research, Appraisal, and Supervision
  • Contact Information
  • Office #2141
  • Phone: 615-525-2819
  • Email: rlmoore@argosy.edu
Rob Moore

Degrees

  • Ed.D., Human Development Counseling (CACREP), Vanderbilt University, 1987.
  • M.A., Counseling, Church of God Theological Seminary, 2007.
  • M.A., Psychology, Middle Tennessee State University, 1984.
  • B.A., Psychology, Tennessee Temple University, 1982.

Biography

Dr. Rob Moore is an Associate Professor in Counseling in the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Nashville. He is a licensed professional counselor and national certified counselor, serving as a counselor and supervisor over the past three decades. Dr. Moore's research interests include quantitative inquiry into spirituality and health. His teaching areas are research, assessment, diagnosis, and supervision. Dr. Moore is a previous recipient of the Argosy University (Nashville) President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. He has presented at several national, state, and regional conferences on topics of spirituality and health, supervision, and assessment.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC)
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
  • Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association (TLPCA)
  • Society for the Scientific Study of Religion (SSSR)
  • Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS)

Selected Publications

Moore, R. (2014-Present). Religious healing and health: A Randomized controlled trial. Unpublished manuscript, Department of Counselor Education, Argosy University, Nashville, TN.

Moore, R. (2011). Psychology in the Spirit: Contours of a transformational psychology. Review of the book by J. H. Coe & T. W. Hall. Pneuma. 33, 148-149.

Moore, R. (2010). Understanding religious experiences: What the Bible says about Spirituality. Review of the book by J. H. Ellens. Pneuma, 34, 450-451.

Moore, R., & Rust, J. (1989).  Printing errors in the prediction of academic performance. Journal of School Psychology, 27, 297-300.

Moore, R. (1987).  Antisocial attitudes and moral reasoning of adolescents in three different residential groups.  Dissertation. Vanderbilt University.

Recent Presentations

Moore, R. (2015, July). Conducting randomized controlled trials: What I have learned. Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC). New York, NY.

Moore, R. (2015, March). The Supervisory relationship: Bonding or bombing? Mentoring or mayhem? Site Supervisor Workshop. Argosy University.

Moore, R. (2014, March). Career evaluation, guidance, and development with veterans:  The Role of the clinical supervisor. Site Supervisor Workshop. Argosy University.

Moore, R. (2014, April). Legal, ethical, and competent counseling in addressing spirituality as LPCs: What we may or may not know and practice. Annual Conference of the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association (TLPCA). Nashville, TN.

Moore, R. (2014, March). Career evaluation, guidance, and development with veterans:  The Role of the clinical supervisor site supervisor workshop. Argosy University.

Moore, R. (2013, March). Tennessee law: Violence, duty to warn, duty to protect. Site Supervisor Workshop. Argosy University.

Moore, R. (2013, March). Violence: Threat & risk assessment and intervention. Site Supervisor Workshop. Argosy University.

Moore, R. (2012, March). Current Tennessee rules/regs and ACA code of ethics: Practice and supervision. Site Supervisor Workshop. Argosy University.

Moore, R. (2012, June). Toward a deeper understanding of Pentecostal/charismatic spirituality: Implications for practice, education, and research. Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC). Santa Fe, NM.

Moore, R. (2011, October). Facilitating professional growth in counseling students with difficulties and deficiencies in one graduate program. Poster Presentation. Association for Counselor Education & Supervision (ACES). Nashville.

Kittie M. Myatt

  • Associate Professor and Department Chair
  • Areas of Focus: Addictions Counseling, Couples and Family, Supervision, Counseling Theory, Diagnosis and Treatment, Teaching, and Advanced Practice
  • Contact Information
  • Office #2142
  • Phone: 615-525-2812
  • Email: kmyatt@argosy.edu
Kittie M. Myatt

Degrees

  • Ed.D., Human Development Counseling (CACREP Accredited), Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1990.
  • Ed.S., Human Development Counseling, Peabody College of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN, 1978.
  • Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management, Internship in Management of Human Service Organizations, Certificate, Nashville, TN, 1977.
  • M.S., Guidance and Counseling, University of Tennessee, Nashville Branch, 1974.
  • B.S., Sociology, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, 1968.

Biography

Dr. Kittie Myatt is the Department Chair and an Associate Professor in Counseling in the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Nashville. She has been a licensed professional mental health service provider since 1983. Dr. Myatt had a full time private counseling practice in Nashville for 20 years and has been on the Argosy faculty serving as a counselor educator and supervisor for the past 15 years. Dr. Myatt’s research interests include addictions, counselor supervision, and counselor professional development.  Throughout her long career as a counseling practitioner, counseling agency executive director, employee assistance professional, and private practitioner, Dr. Myatt has presented at local, state, and regional conferences and trainings on various counseling topics related to addictions, women in treatment, and Motivational Interviewing. Her community involvement currently includes serving on the President’s Council of Mental Health America of Middle Tennessee and serving in an appointed position on the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, Committee on Post-Secondary Institutions for the state of Tennessee.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • American Mental Health Counselor's Association (AMHCA)
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
  • Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association (TLPCA)
  • American Psychological Association (APA)

Recent Presentations

Myatt, K., Drobnjakovic, T., Ngomou, E., & Tayip, T. (2012, March). Cultural Issues in Supervision: Voices in the Wilderness, Panel Presenter and Moderator, Presented at the Argosy University, Nashville, State-Wide Site Supervisor’s Training, Nashville, TN.

Myatt K., Ruffin, P., & White, M. (2011, November) Managing the Supervisee Change Process in Clinical Supervision. Panel Presented at Argosy University, State-Wide Site Supervisor’s Training Nashville, TN.

Myatt K. (2011, May) Roles and Functions of Clinical Supervisors. Argosy University, State-Wide Site Supervisor’s Training Nashville, TN.

Myatt, K., Moore, R. L., Way, P. A., & White, M. (May 2011). Student Excellence: From Sow’s Ear to Silk Purse. Roles and Functions of Clinical Supervisors. Panel Presentation at the Site Supervisor’s Workshop. Argosy University. Nashville, TN. 

Myatt K. (2010 October) Supervisor Roles and Functions. Argosy University, State-Wide Site Supervisor’s Training, Nashville, TN.

Myatt K. (2010 May) Clinical Supervision: One Size Does Not Fit All. Argosy University, State-Wide Site Supervisor’s Training, Nashville, TN.

Myatt K.(2009, October) From Novice to Natural: The Counselor’s Journey. Argosy University, State-Wide Site Supervisor’s Training, Nashville, TN.

Myatt K. (2003, March) Motivational Enhancement: Real World Strategies. Plenary Session. Presented at Foundations Associates Fourth Annual Statewide Conference on Co-Occurring Disorders, Nashville, TN.

Faye Porter Taylor

  • Associate Professor
  • Areas of Focus: Supervision, Advanced Writing and Academic Preparedness; Advanced Qualitative Research, Quantitative Research; and Mixed Methods Research Methodologies
  • Contact Information
  • Office #2130
  • Phone: 615-525-2830
  • Email: fptaylor@argosy.edu
Faye Porter Taylor

Degrees

  • Ed.D., Administration and Supervision, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN, 2003.
  • Ed. S., Administration and Supervision, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, 2000. Secondary teaching endorsement in Psychology, 1982.
  • M.A., Administration and Supervision, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN, 1974.
  • B.A., Elementary Education, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, 1972.

Biography

Dr. Faye Porter Taylor is an Associate Professor in Counseling in the College of Counseling, Psychology, and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Nashville.  Her teaching, supervision, and administrative experiences have been quite diverse during a career of 44 years.  During that time, she has been a classroom teacher, an elementary and a middle school principal, a resource teacher, a district level supervisor, a state level director of curriculum and instruction, an executive overseeing federal grants, and a university faculty member. She ended her career in K-12 education as the Tennessee Commissioner of Education in 2003. In 2003, she began working as a consultant with an education reform organization in Washington, DC to direct the implementation of a national project funded by Federal earmark grants in over 600 schools in eleven states.  In 2005, she became Chief Executive Officer and moved that non-profit organization to Tennessee. As the state Commissioner of Education, Dr. Taylor was actively involved in higher education, serving on the Tennessee Board of Regents and on the Board of Trustees for the University of Tennessee system.  She joined Argosy University Nashville faculty in the fall of 2007. Dr. Taylor teaches counseling students in the key areas of advanced academic writing and studies and research courses. Dr. Taylor is a previous recipient of the Argosy University (Nashville) President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.  She has served as chair and methodologist for numerous counseling students’ dissertation studies and serves as chair of the Institutional Review Board and the Student Appeals Committee for the University.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)

Selected Publications

Taylor, F. (2004) Education technology helps unite school communities, improve academic achievement. T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education), 31(10) p. 46-48.

Claybrooks, G. & Taylor, F. (in press). Student persistence and use of a college success course in proprietary postsecondary education.  College Student Journal.

Recent Presentations

Edgeston, A., Taylor, F., Drobnjakovic, T., & Drobnjakovic, A. (2015, April). What makes it work? Building a dynamic supervisory relationship between supervisors and supervisees. Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association conference, Nashville, TN.

Edgeston, A., Taylor, F., Drobnjakovic, T., & Drobnjakovic, A. (2016, March). There is method to this madness called supervision: Connecting conceptualization with reality. Presented at the Argosy University counselor supervision training, Nashville, TN.

Peggy Ann Way

  • Professor
  • Areas of Focus: Spirituality in Counseling, Ethics, Feminism; Couples and Family; Human Sexuality; Pastoral Care
  • Contact Information
  • Office #2131
  • Phone: 615-972-9428
  • Email: Pway@argosy.edu
Peggy Ann Way

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Religion & Personality, Princeton Theological Seminary, 1979, cum laude
  • B. Div. (now M.Div.) The Federated Theological Faculty of the University of Chicago Divinity School and Chicago Theological Seminary, 1959, summa cum laude
  • M.S.W., Wayne State University School of Social Work, 1956, honors
  • B.A., University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 1954, summa cum laude
  • HONORARY DEGREES
  • Doctor of Divinity (D.D.), Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois, 1973.
  • Doctor of Divinity (D.D.), Doane College, Crete, Nebraska, 1996.

Biography

Dr. Peggy Ann Way serves as Professor in Counseling in the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University Nashville.  She has a long and diverse history as a university and seminary graduate-level professor of counseling and pastoral care, having served on the faculties of McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, the University of Chicago Divinity School and the Jesuit School of Theology in Chicago.  Peggy has also been a tenured professor in the field of counseling and pastoral care both at Vanderbilt Divinity School in Nashville and Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Peggy’s areas of expertise include teaching introductory counseling; counseling theory; human sexuality; multicultural counseling; feminist counseling, couples counseling ; and ethics in counseling. Peggy is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ (UCC).  Some outstanding achievements include:  being the second woman granted tenure at Vanderbilt University Divinity School in Nashville, Tennessee; being the first woman to preach at Sunday Services of the United States Naval Academy in  Annapolis, Maryland; being the first woman delegate from the United Church of Christ to the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches; and being the first woman to serve as Chaplain of the United Church of Christ General Synod in St. Louis, Missouri.  Dr. Way is a previous recipient of the Argosy University (Nashville) President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. In addition to many articles, book chapters, sermons and lectureships, she is the author of Created by God:  Pastoral Care for All God’s People, Chalice Press 2005.  She is currently writing Peril & Possibility: Pastoral Counseling in Uncertain Times. She has two children, Rebecca and Steven, four grandchildren, and one English bulldog.

Memberships

  • Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association (TLPCA)
  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC)
  • American Association of Pastoral Counselors (AAPC)
  • Tennessee Association of Pastoral Therapists (TNAPT)
  • Society for Pastoral Theology (SPT) – Founder and Charter Member
  • Association for Practical Theology (APT)
  • Mid-Missouri Conference, United Church of Christ

Publications

Dr. Way has a long and storied career in counseling and pastoral care; she published her first article in 1966. It was entitled, “Women in the Church” in Renewal Magazine and Association Press. Since then she has had 36 additional publications including authoring a book published by Chalice Press. Only some of her more recent publications are included here.

Way, P. A. (2010). Handicap and disability. In G.H. Asquith (Ed.), The concise dictionary of pastoral care and counseling. Nashville:  Abingdon Press.

Way, P. A. (2010). Cultural and ethnic factors in pastoral care. In G.H. Asquith (Ed.), The concise dictionary of pastoral care and counseling. Nashville:  Abingdon Press.

Way, P. A. (1990). Handicap and disability. In R.J. Hunter (Ed.), Dictionary of pastoral care and counseling. Nashville:  Abingdon Press.

Way, P. A. (1990). Cultural and ethnic factors in pastoral care. In R.J. Hunter (Ed.), Dictionary of pastoral care and counseling. Nashville:  Abingdon Press.

Way, P. A. (1980). A challenge to supervisors. The Journal of Pastoral Care, 34(4), 278-283.

Books

Way, P. (2005). Created by God:  Pastoral care for all God’s people. St. Louis:  Chalice Press.

Book in process: Peril & Possibility: Pastoral Counseling in Uncertain Times.

Selected Presentations

Dr. Way has presented on many occasions locally, statewide, regionally, and nationally. Some of her selected and more recent presentations are provided here.

Way, P. A. (March 2015). Conflict Resolution: Serving and Responding to Otherness. Presented   at the Donelson Tennessee Pastoral Association. Nashville, TN.

Ruffin, P., Taylor, F.P., & Way, P. A. (March 2015). There is a Method to this Madness Called Supervision: Connecting Conceptualization with Reality. Presented at the Site Supervisor’s Workshop. Argosy University, Nashville. (Panel presentation).

Angus, J. B., Esters, E., Upchurch, L. S., Way, P. A., & Williams, N. A. ( May 2014). African American Families:  Perspectives and Practices. Presented at the Association forPractical Theology. Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. (Panel moderator/presenter).

Moore, R. L. & Way, P. A. (April 2011). Spirituality and Counseling. Presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association Annual Conference. Nashville, TN. (Key-Copresenter).

Myatt, K., Moore, R. L., Way, P. A., & White, M. (May 2011). Student Excellence: From Sow’s           Ear to Silk Purse. Roles and Functions of Clinical Supervisors. Presented at the Site Supervisor’s Workshop. Argosy University. Nashville, TN. (Panel presentation).

Marisa White

  • Associate Professor
  • Areas of Focus: Counselor Ethics, Multicultural Issues, Social Justice and Advocacy, Addictions Treatment, and Supervision
  • Contact Information
  • Office #2137
  • Phone: 615-525-2824
  • Email: mlwhite@argosy.edu
Marisa White

Degrees

  • Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision (CACREP Accredited), The University of Akron, December 2009.
  • M.S. Mental Health Counseling (CACREP Accredited) University of Tennessee, May 2004
  • B.A. Psychology major, Sociology minor, Mount Union College (now University of Mount Union), May 2002

Biography

Dr. Marisa White is an Assistant Professor in Counseling in the College of Counseling, Psychology and Social Sciences at Argosy University, Nashville. She has a strong counselor identity and has experience in the areas related to counselor education. She is a licensed professional counselor (LPC-Ohio) and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Clinically, Dr. White’s experience is considerable. She has worked in several residential treatment centers including one for juvenile sex offenders. She also worked in a counseling center housed on a university campus and a community mental health agency addressing social, emotional, and addiction concerns of diverse clientele. Dr. White started teaching in 2006 and has taught a variety of classes at the bachelors, master’s, and doctorate levels. She also enjoys being a guest speaker presenting information at local, state, regional, and national conferences. Furthermore, Dr. White demonstrates a commitment to service within the counseling profession and her community. Her national service positions have included serving on the Counselor Educator Task Force for Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), the ACA Public Awareness and Support Committee, and as a member of several ACA interest networks. On a local level, she has served as the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association President, secretary, and membership co-chair.  At the university level, she serves in a variety of functions including Chi Sigma Iota faculty advisor, IRB member, subject matter expert on a curriculum development committee and many more. Dr. White also serves her community though work with Best Buddies Tennessee, Joy Church International, and by helping local high school sports teams.

Memberships

  • Chi Sigma Iota International, Alpha Upsilon Nu Chapter (CSI)
  • Tennessee Counseling Association, (TCA)
  • Middle Tennessee Counseling Association
  • Tennessee Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (TACES)
  • Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association (TLPCA)

Recent Presentations

Rovnak, A., & White, M. L. (November 2015). When Addiction Isn’t Your Specialty: Providing Supervision to Trainees Treating Substance Using Clients. All Ohio Counseling Conference. Columbus, OH.

White, M. L. (November 2015). Transgender 101: What All Counselor Need to Know. Tennessee Counseling Association Conference. Murfreesboro, TN.

Ruffin, P., & White, M. L. (September 2015). Understanding Stages of Change and Stage-Wise Treatment for Substance Use disorders. The Next Door treatment facility lunch training.

White, M. L., & Ruffin, P. (September 2015). No More Abuse or Dependence: Understanding How the DSM 5. Changes Impacts Counselors and Clients. Journey Together Conference.

White, M. L., Edgeston, S., Bentley, R., & Vogel, J. (August 2015). Careers in Counseling. Argosy University Nashville. (Panel presentation)

White, M. L., Barruso, H., & Murphy, J. (April 2015). The Role of Spiritual Wellbeing in Advancing Mental Health. Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselor Association conference.

White, M. L. (March 2015). The Role of the Supervision: Aligning with the ACA Code of Ethics (2014) Argosy Supervision series. Nashville, TN.

White, M. L.(November 2014). Understanding the changes in the 2014 revision of the ACA Code of Ethics: Implications for counselors and clients. Tennessee Counseling Association Conference. Murfreesboro, TN.

White, M. L. (November 2014). Understanding the changes in the DSM revision, as they related to substance abuse: Implications for counselors and clients. Tennessee Counseling Association Conference. Murfreesboro, TN.

Rovnak, A., & White, M. L. (November 2014). Take Action! Empathizing with Clients in Various Stages of Change. All Ohio Counseling Conference. Columbus, OH.

White, M. L., Edgeston, A., Drobnjakovic, T., Karfroshy, B., & Tayip, T. (April 2014). Part two: The Journey: Conceptualizing Cultural Stories through an Ethical Lens. Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association annual conference. Nashville, TN.

White, M. L., Edgeston, A., Drobnjakovic, T., Karfroshy, B., & Tayip, T. (April 2014). Part one: Increasing Intercultural Competence to Ethically Counsel Migrant Populations. Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association annual conference. Nashville, TN.

White, M. L., & Hall, T. (March 2014). Supervising Veterans as Counselors-in-training: Traditional, Nontraditional or Special Population. Education session presented at the Supervision Workshop: Taking Care of Our Veterans: Implications for Practice and Supervision. Argosy University. Nashville, TN.

White, M. L., Edgeston, A., Tayip, T., Drobnjakovic, T., & Ngomou, E. (January 2014). Increasing Intercultural Competence to Ethically Counsel Immigrant and Refugee Populations. Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association quarterly CEU event. Nashville, TN.

White, M. L., & Stanley, J. (November 2013). Facing Crisis with a Collaborative Approach: Uniting Mental Health and School Counselors. Education session presented at the Tennessee Counselors Association conference, Murfreesboro, TN.

White, M. L., Dangerfield, L., & Ruffin, P. (November 2013). Understanding How Leadership Effects the Mental Health of Professional Counselors. Education session presented at the Tennessee Counselors Association conference, Murfreesboro, TN.

Esters, E., & White, M. L. (November 2013). Freestyle for Life: A Group for Hip-Hop Influenced, At-Risk Adolescents and Young Adults. Education session presented at the Tennessee Counselors Association conference, Murfreesboro, TN.

White, M. L., & Stanley, J. (September 2013) Crisis Counseling: A “How To” To Working Interprofessionally During Times of Crisis. Education session presented at the Middle Tennessee Counseling Association meeting. Nashville, TN.

Beasley, P., Hudson, S., Nelson, N., White, M. L., & Williams, N., (May 2013). Careers in Psychology: What Is the World Coming To and Where Are You Going? Panel presentation at Argosy University. Nashville, TN.

Esters, E., & White, M. L. (April 2013). Freestyle Association: Embracing and Utilizing Hip Hop Cultural Art Forms as Therapeutic Modes of Expression. Education session presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association conference, Nashville, TN.

White, M. L., & Stanley, J. (April 2013). Coming Together in Times of Crisis. Education session presented at the Tennessee Licensed Professional Counselors Association conference, Nashville, TN.

White, M. L., & Stanley, J. (February 2013). Bringing Out the Presenter in You. Half day education session presented at the Argosy University, Nashville, TN.