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Dr. Deborah Duenyas

Fred Redekop, PhD.

Assistant Professor

Old Main "A" Wing Room 412

Phone:  610-683-4225



Doctor of Philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision
A CACREP-Accredited Counselor Education and Supervision Program
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio
Dissertation: The Professional Experiences of International Counseling Graduates Upon Returning to Their Home Country.

Master of Education in Psychological Counseling
Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, N.Y.
May 2011

Post Baccalaureate Studies, New Jersey Highly Qualified Elementary Education Teacher
William Paterson University, Wayne, N.J.
December 2004

Bachelor of Arts in Communication
Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, N.J.
May 2002


Standard Elementary Teaching Certification (K-8), New Jersey
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Ohio

Courses Taught:

• Professional Orientation and Ethics for the Mental Health Professional
• Tests and Assessment in Counseling
• Research Methods in Counseling
• Field Experience in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Internship)
• Practicum in Counseling

Selected Publications:

Storlie, C.A., Woo, H., Dipeolu, A., & Duenyas, D.L. (2015). Infusing ethics in
psychopharmacology course design. The Journal Creativity in Mental Health, 10(4), 507-521.

Storlie, C.A., Mostade, J. J., & Duenyas, D.L. (2016). Career development of Latina
first generation college students: A qualitative inquiry into the impact of values and life role salience. The Career Development Quarterly, 64.

Storlie, C.A., Lara, T., & Duenyas, D.L. (In press-Oct. 2017). Exploring the career
narratives of African American females. Journal of College Counseling.