Emmanuel Ahia
Professor and Director, Ed.S. Counseling Services Program, & M.A. Clinical Mental Health Program
Memorial Hall 202E

Academic Background

  • J. D. School of Law, University of Arkansas; Fayetteville, Arkansas. May 1990
  • Ph. D. Education Psychology (Counseling): Department of Educational Psychology; Southern Illinois University; Carbondale, Illinois May 1983
  • M. A. Interpersonal Communication; Minor in Counseling Psychology, Wheaton Graduate School, Wheaton, Illinois. June 1980
  • B. A. Religious Studies; Minor in Counseling Psychology; Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. Dec 1978

Books and Book Chapters

    Juleen Buser
    Associate Professor
    Memorial Hall 202L

    Academic Background

    • Ph.D. in Counselor Education, Syracuse University
    • M.A. in Counseling, Wake Forest University
    • M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
    • B.A., Franklin and Marshall College

    Research Interests and Professional Background

    My research agenda focuses on coping strategies—specifically the maladaptive coping strategies of eating disorder symptomatology and self-injury.

    Trevor Buser
    Associate Professor
    Memorial Hall 202-M

    Academic Background

    • Ph.D. in Counselor Education, Syracuse University
    • M.A. in Counseling, Wake Forest University
    • M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
    • B.A., UCLA

    Professional Background and Focus of Research

    Terry Pertuit
    Assistant Professor I
    Memorial Hall 202K
    Christina Hamme Peterson
    Director of School Counseling and Coaching, Associate Professor
    Memorial Hall 202H

    Academic Background

    • PsyD, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University, 2003
    • PsyM, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology, Rutgers University, 2001
    • BA, Vassar College, 1993

    Professional Background and Research