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Psychology

Dr. Meaghan Nolte

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, Minor: Queer Studies, University of Wyoming
M.A. Mental Health Counseling, Florida Gulf Coast University
B.A. Psychology, Northern Arizona University
 
Office: Psychology Building Room 431
Phone: 509-963-2254

Courses Typically Taught at CWU:

  • PSY 313 Human Growth and Development
  • PSY 567 Counseling and Assessment : Children and Adolescents
  • PSY 574 Multicultural Issues in Psychology
  • PSY 593 Practicum

Research Interests:

  • Mindfulness in counselor training
  • Mindfulness in addictions treatment
  • Epistemological development of students

Selected works:

  • Nolte, M. C., Bruce, M. A., & Becker, K. W. (submitted to The Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision August, 2014). Building a community of researchers using the research mentoring model.
  • Nolte, M. C. (2012, October). Ways of knowing: Connection and transformation of student’s epistemologies of knowing. Rocky Mountain Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors (RMACES), Park City, Utah.
  • Becker, K. W., Nolte, M. C., Amat, M. I. (2011).  Electronic portfolios: Helping shape tomorrow’s leaders in counselor education. Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES): Nashville, TN
  • Nolte, M. C., & Balich, R. (2010, October). Fight or float: Transcending addiction through spiritual healing. Wyoming Counseling Association: Casper, WY
  • Nolte, M. C., Covello, C, Johari, K. S. K., & Zakira, N. S. (2010, October). Promoting dissertation success: Focused support and process meetings for doctoral students. Rocky Mountain Association for Counselor Education and Supervision: Jackson, WY.

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