Faculty


Korey L. Hawkins

  • Assistant Professor and Department Chair
  • Areas of Focus: Supervision, Child & Adolescent Counseling, Mood and Anxiety Disorders, Developmental Issues, Assessment
  • Contact Information
  • Office #437
  • Phone: 602-216-3156
  • Email: khawkins@argosy.edu
Korey L. Hawkins

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Capella University, 2007.
  • Advanced Certificate in Graduate Studies for Marriage and Family, Ottawa University, 1997.
  • M.A., Human Resources Counseling, Ottawa University, 1997.
  • B.A., Psychology, Ottawa University, 1994.

Biography

Dr. Hawkins is an Assistant Professor and Department Chair in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Forensic Psychology, Sport-Exercise Psychology, and Master of Public Health programs at Argosy University, Phoenix. Dr. Hawkins earned her Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Counseling Psychology from Capella University and her Masters’ in Human Resources Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Psychologist in Arizona. Dr. Hawkins has over 20 years of experience in a variety of mental health settings (psychiatric, community, hospital, medical, private practice, education) serving in the roles of clinician, supervisor, consultant, director, instructor, and advocate. She provides counseling and assessment services for a diverse range of diagnostic and clinical populations, including child/adolescent, adult, and marriage and family. Dr. Hawkins remains active with the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES).

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
  • Arizona Counselor Association (AZCA)
  • American Psychological Association (APA)

Selected Publications

Nellis, A., Hawkins, K., Redivo, M, & Way, S. (October 25, 2011). Productive Conflict in Supervision. Paper based on a program presented at the 2011 ACES Conference Nashville, TN October 26- 28, 2011. Publication can be retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/docs/vistas/vistas_2012_article_81.pdf.

Recent Presentations

Hawkins, K. (May 11, 2016). Conflict Management in Supervision. Presented for Jewish Family & Children Services. Phoenix, AZ.

Hawkins, K. (September 30, 2015). DSM-5: The New Diagnostic Frontier. Childhelp Training. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hawkins, K. (November 19, 2014). DSM-5: The New Diagnostic Frontier (Continuing Education), Annual Gratitude Training. Argosy University. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hawkins, K. (March 28, 2014). DSM-5: The New Diagnostic Frontier (Continuing Education), Annual Gratitude Training. Argosy University. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hawkins, K. (November 2, 2013). Navigating the DSM-5: The New Diagnostic Frontier (Workshop), Argosy University. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hawkins, K., & Nellis, A. (May 16, 2012). Productive Conflict in Supervision. Early Bird Lecture Series – Southwest Behavioral Health Services.

Hawkins, K., & Nellis, A. (October, 2011). Productive Conflict in Supervision, ACES ACA Conference. Nashville, Tennessee.

Hawkins, K., & Nellis, A. (April, 2011). Clinical Risk Factors with Children and Adolescents. Early Bird Lecture Series – Southwest Behavioral Health Services.

Hawkins, K., & Nellis, A. (October 2009). Developing a Private Practice – Get the Facts. Presentation Arizona Training Consortium. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hawkins, K., & Nellis, A. (April, 2009). Child Abuse Reporting, Treatment and Evaluation. Presentation Arizona Training Consortium. Phoenix, Arizona.

Hawkins, K., & Nellis, A. (April, 2009). Marketing and Business Elements for Developing a Private Practice. Presentation Arizona Training Consortium. Phoenix, Arizona.

Chad J. Snyder

  • Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Training
  • Areas of Focus: Crisis Intervention and Management, Child & Adolescent Counseling, Supervision
  • Contact Information
  • Office #436
  • Phone: 602-216-3133
  • Email: cjsnyder@argosy.edu
Chad J. Snyder

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counseling Education and Supervision with emphasis in Crisis Intervention and Management, Duquesne University, 2006
  • M.A., Community Counseling with emphasis on addiction counseling and children & adolescence counseling, Slippery Rock University, 2000.
  • B.S., Psychology, Slippery Rock University, 1997.

Biography

Dr. Snyder earned his Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Counselor Education and Supervision, with an emphasis in Crisis Prevention and Management from Duquesne University. While at Duquesne University, Dr. Snyder developed curriculum for the Counselor Education and Student Leadership Department as an Adjunct Professor. Dr. Snyder was the Assistant Clinical Director at Devereux RTC; however, he recently was appointed as the Director of Clinical Training for the Clinical Mental Health Program at Argosy University. He has over fifteen years’ experience working in the mental health field with severely emotional and behaviorally challenged individuals in settings such as residential treatment facilities, therapeutic school classrooms, partial hospitalization programs, community hospitals and the insurance arena. Licensed as a Professional Counselor and a National Board Certified Counselor (NCC); Dr. Snyder remains active with the American Counseling Association (ACA) and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES).

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
  • Arizona Counselor Association (AZCA)
  • Association for Specialist in Group Work (ASGW)
  • Chi Sigma Iota (CSI)

Selected Publications

Conte, C., Snyder, C., McGuffin, R. (2008). Using self-determination theory in residential settings. Residential Treatment for Children & Youth 25(4), 307-318.

Snyder, C., & Myer, R. (Submitted to Journal of Contemporary Social Services). Crisis training for mental health workers in residential treatment facilities.

Moore, H., Darr, J., & Snyder, C. (2003). Gatekeeping: Preparing quality counselors. The Journal of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association. 5(1), 51-55.

Snyder, C. J. (2006). Examining the impact of crisis assessment training in the triage assessment model, on the self-efficacy of residential treatment facility staff. (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University, 2006). Dissertation Abstracts International. (UMI No. 3238919).

Recent Professional Presentations

Snyder, C. J. (2016). Values and Ethics: The Counselor as a Person and Professional. Presented for Jewish Family & Children Services. Phoenix, AZ.

Snyder, C. J. (2016). Values and Ethics: The Counselor as a Person and Professional. Presented at Argosy Gratitude Training. Phoenix, AZ.

Snyder, C. J. (2015). An Ethics Refresher: Key Terminology, Concepts, and a Model of Ethical Decision Making. Presented at Devereux Reach Conference. Phoenix, AZ.

Snyder, C. J. (2015). Values and Ethics: The Counselor as a Person and Professional. Presented at Devereux Reach Conference. Phoenix, AZ.

Snyder, C. J. (2014). Treatment Considerations for Disruptive Behavior Disorders. Presented at Devereux Reach Conference. Phoenix, AZ.

Carrie Tremble

  • Assistant Professor
  • Areas of Focus: Substance Abuse Counseling, Career Counseling, College Counseling, Sexual Assault/ Trauma
  • Contact Information
  • Office #429
  • Phone: 602-216-3167
  • Email: ctremble@argosy.edu
Anna Edgeston

Degrees

  • Ph.D., Counselor Education & Supervision; Western Michigan University (CACREP program), 2014
  • Graduate Certificate, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling; Western Michigan University, April 2012
  • M.A., College Counseling; Western Michigan University (CACREP program), June 2005
  • B.S., Psychology; Central Michigan University, May 2003

Biography

Dr. Carrie Tremble earned her Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from Western Michigan University. She also earned a graduate certificate in alcohol and drug abuse counseling. She is currently an assistant professor at Argosy University in Phoenix, having joined the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Department as a core faculty member in 2015. Dr. Tremble is a licensed professional counselor and certified advanced alcohol and drug counselor in Michigan, and she is pursuing both credentials in Arizona. Her clinical specialties include sexual assault/ harassment, stalking, domestic violence, career development, college students, and substance abuse. Dr. Tremble has been serving in various counseling roles (colleges/ universities/ community agencies, and private practice) for 12 years, and also enjoys serving as a clinical supervisor. She is passionate about her teaching and in supporting her students to become successful counselors.

Memberships

  • American Counseling Association (ACA)
  • American College Counseling Association (ACCA)
  • Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)

Selected Publications

Tremble, C. (2013). The Counselor Experience in Counseling Clients Who Have Been Sexually Assaulted. Paper accepted for presentation at the National Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference. Denver, CO.

Tremble, C. (2011). Counseling Survivors of Sexual Assault: Challenges, Techniques, and Assessing Effectiveness. Paper accepted for presentation at the National Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference. Nashville, TN.

Tremble, C. (2009). Counseling Survivors of Sexual Assault- Best Practices. Paper presented at the National Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference. San Diego, CA.