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Lauren Moss, Ph.D.

Fred Redekop, PhD.

 


Assistant Professor  

Office: Old Main, A Wing, Room 402

Office Phone: 610-683-4295

Email: lmoss@kutztown.edu

Education

Ph.D. Counseling and Student Personnel Services
The University of Georgia (CACREP Accredited)

M.S. Post-Secondary Education
Instructional Technology
Troy University of Alabama

B. S. Education
Elementary & Special Education
Minors: Educational Psychology and Dance
Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Certifications

School Counseling Certification (GA)

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC - PA)

Courses Taught
• Fundamentals of Counseling
• Educational and Psychological Tests and Measures
• Counseling Ethics and Professional Identity
• Career Counseling Issues Across the Lifespan
• Reach Methods in Counseling
• Practicum in School Counseling
• Group Process Seminar
• Foundations of Play Therapy

Select Publications
Land, C. & Moss, L. (2016). Better together: A personal exploration of a co-counselor relationship. In M.K. Shuler, E. Keller-Dupree, & K. Cook (Eds.), Transformational Learning Experiences: A Conversation With Counselors About Their Personal and Developmental Journeys. University Press of America, Inc.

Moss, L. (2014). Lessons learned from Dr. Judy Lewis. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 6(2), 18-19.

Moss, L. (2015). My life line. In C.S. Batt, Y. Pillay, & P. Selvaraj (Eds.), Group Work Experts Share Their Favorite Activities for the Prevention and Treatment of Substance Use Disorder. Association for Specialists in Group Work.

Moss, L. & Hamlet, H. (2015). Armor for advocates: Creating identity shields for school counselors. In M. Luke & K. Goodrich (Eds.), Group Work Experts Share Their Favorite Activities for Supervision. Association for Specialists in Group Work.

Moss, L. & Hamlet, H. (2016). Retirement. In J. Carlson & Dermer, S. (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Moss, L. & Land, C. (2016). The School Counselor and Bullying Prevention: What is YOUR Role?. In Hamlet, H., School counseling practicum and internship: 30 essential lessons. Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications.

Moss, L., Land, C., & Rozzi, M (2016). African American male students and their White school counselors: Ally significance and action. In W. Ross (Ed.), Counseling African American Males: Effective Therapeutic Interventions and Approaches. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing Inc.

Moss, L. & Stevens, M. (2016). Mate selection. In J. Carlson & Dermer, S. (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Moss, L., & Singh, A. A. (2015). White school counselors becoming racial justice allies to students of color: A call to the field of school counseling. Journal of School Counseling, 13(5). Retrieved from http://www.jsc.montana.edu/articles/v13n5.pdf.

Pennamon, R. Moss, L., & Springer, S. (2016) Scholarly Writing Groups: A Source of Support for Doctoral Students and Early Career Counseling Faculty. VISTAS 2016. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas

Redekop, F. & Moss, L. (2016). Psychoanalytic Family Therapy In J. Carlson & Dermer, S. (Eds.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Marriage, Family, and Couples Counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Singh, A. A., & Moss, L. (2016). Using Relational‐Cultural Theory in LGBTQQ counseling: Addressing heterosexism and enhancing relational competencies. Journal of Counseling & Development, 94(4), 398-404.

Singh, A., Pennamon, R. & Moss, L. (2016). Asian American sexualities. In A. Goldberg (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of LGBTQ Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Springer, S., Moss, L. Cinotti, D., Gordillo, F., Cannella, A., Salim, K. (2017). Fostering School Counselor Self-Efficacy through Preparation and Practice. In Ideas and research you can use: VISTAS 2017. Retrieved from http://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas