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Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology
AMANDA M MITCHELL PHD
If you are a graduate student in the MEd or PhD Counseling Psychology Program at the University of Louisville, it is likely that you will cross paths with me in courses related to counseling theories, techniques, or assessment. I am also a licensed psychologist in the state of Kentucky with a health service provider designation. I often engage in clinical work and supervision as well.
I have specific theoretical models of learning and clinical supervision that inform my work. However, in addition to those models, specific values guide my process in both of these domains:
Want to know more about what these values mean to me? Stop by during my office hours and let's discuss!
I participated in a thought-provoking seminar on teaching for new faculty via the UofL Delphi Center. In this seminar, we had to select a photo of a bridge that represented our current teaching experience. While the meaning I derive from this photo has shifted over time, I strive to approach my teaching process using elements that initially resonated with me: stable foundation, creative, and resourceful.
TEACHING & SUPERVISION
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