Bookmark and Share

Scott Tracy, PhD.

Assistant Professor 

Office: Old Main, A Wing, Room 411

Phone:  610-683-4205

stracy@kutztown.edu

Education:

Doctor of Education in Counselor Education and Supervision
A CACREP-Accredited Counselor Education and Supervision Program
Duquesne University of the Holy Ghost, Pittsburgh, Pa.
December 2007
Dissertation: "The effects of cumulative stress among EMS workers after a horrific natural disaster."
Doctoral Cognate: Trauma, Crisis Assessment and Intervention

Master of Education in Counseling. School Counseling Specialization
A CACREP Accredited Counselor Education Program
California University of Pennsylvania, California Pa.
May, 1986

Bachelor of Science in Education
Secondary Science Education Certification
California University of Pennsylvania, California Pa.
May, 1984

Certifications:
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Commonwealth of Pa.
National Certified Counselor
ACS, Approved Clinical Supervisor
K-12 School Counseling Certification, Commonwealth of Pa.
Secondary Science Certification, Commonwealth of Pa.
ALPS, Approved Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, State of West Virginia

Courses Taught:

• Professional Orientation and Ethics for the Mental Health Professional
• Fundamentals of Counseling
• Counseling Theories Seminar
• Field Experience in School Counseling (Internship)
• Group Process Seminar
• Career Counseling Across the Lifespan


Selected Publications:

Research presentation: Cohen, J., Tracy, S. (2017) Curative Factors in Self-help groups, American Psychological Association Humanistic Society Conference, April, 2017 Pittsburgh PA

Poster Presentation: Tracy, S., Smith, L., Lepore,M. (April, 2015) Risk and Resiliency: The Prevention and Aftermath of School Violence, American Counseling Association Conference, Orlando, Fl.

Chapter Author: Tracy,S. (2013) Disaster Mental Health and First Responders, Counseling Trauma Theories and Interventions, Lisa Lopez Levers, et al. Springer Publishing, NY.

Journal Publication: Tracy,S. (2009) The Evolutionary, Learned, and Gender-Typed Roles of Aggression in Children. The Missouri Counseling Association Journal.

Journal Publication: Tracy, S. Drug and Alcohol Prevention Programs: New Innovations for the 21st Century. The Counseling Interviewer.

Journal Publication and Presentation -Tracy,S. (2007) The Effects of Cumulative Stress on Emergency Providers after experiencing a Natural Disaster. Cedarville, OH. 20th Annual Journal and Conference of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research

Peer reviewer 2008-2012 for the Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research, Cedarville, OH.

Poster Presentation: Mannarino, M., Hamiltion D., Loughran, M., Lepore, M., Gallen, R., Tracy, S., Goreczny, A., (2007) The DSM: Dancing with the Devil or Waltzing with Angels? Presented at the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, October, 2007. Columbus, OH.

Poster Presentation: Mannarino, M., Tracy. S., Hamiltion D., Loughran, M., Lepore, M., Gallen, R., Nouel, G., Goreczny, A.,(2007) Ethical Teaching Boundaries: Utilizing Experiential Learning Techniques in Counselor Training. Presented at the Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors, October, 2007. Columbus, OH.

Presentation - Bigante, T., Tracy S. (2007)The Utilization of a crisis assessment model for counselors. The 48th Annual PSCA Conference, State College, PA.