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Scott E. Hall, Ph.D.

Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Program Coordinator

Full-Time Faculty

Contact

Email: Scott Hall, Ph.D.
Phone: 937-229 -3607

Raymond L. Fitz Hall, Room 629G

Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision, Ohio State University
  • M.S.Ed. in Counseling and College Student Personnel, Ohio University
  • B.S. in Business Management, Western Carolina University

Courses Taught

  • EDC 543 Theories and Techniques of Counseling
  • EDC 545 Counseling Techniques Lab
  • EDC 571 Brain Based Behavior
  • EDC 605 Holistic Wellness

Research Interests

  • Positive psychology
  • Spirituality in counseling

Selected Publications

Hall, S.E. & Flaum Hall, M. (2017). Managing the Psychological Impact of Medical Trauma. Read book >>

Hall, S., & Flaum Hall, M.E. (2015). Reflecting character: Counseling with a virtue vocabulary. VISTAS Spring 2015, American Counseling Association journal. Read article >>

Flaum Hall, M.E. & Hall, S. (2014). Wellness and the neuroscience of learning: Implications for counselor education. VISTAS Spring 2014, American Counseling Association journal. Read article >>

Flaum Hall, M.E. & Hall, S. (2013). When treatment becomes trauma: Defining, preventing, and transforming medical trauma. VISTAS Summer 2013, American Counseling Association journal. Read article >>

Galvin, C.R., & Hall, S.E. (2011). Supervising and Training Counseling Students on Religious and Spiritual Issues: A Qualitative Study. NC Perspectives, 4:36-48.

Hall, S.E. (Spring 2006). Developing Character Identity: A New Framework for Counseling Adults in Transition. ADAULTSPAN Journal. 5(1):15-24.