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Diane Levy

Clinical Assistant Professor    Clinical Program Director    
Education
Ph. D. in Counselor Education & Practice, Georgia State University, 2004
Specialist in Education in Professional Counseling, Georgia State University, 2001
Master of Science in Professional Counseling, Georgia State University, 1997
Master of Science in Early Childhood Education, Southern Connecticut State University, 1971
Bachelor of Science in Education, Mills College of Education, 1968
Specializations
Motivational Interviewing
Counselor Development: Self-efficacy, Anxiety, and Cognitive Complexity
Basic Skills Program Development and Evaluation
Professional Identity: Ethics and Mental Health Law in GA
Biography

Clinical Assistant Professor & Program Coordinator, Georgia State University, Department of Counseling & Psychological Services, 2005-present
Continuing Education Provider, Anxiety& Stress Management Institute, Introduction to Motivational Interviewing, 2010-present
Professional Counselor, Atlanta Relationship Center, 1997-2005
Licensed Professional Counselor GA #3609
National Certified Counselor #49513
Lead Trainer, GA Department of Human Resources, Adult Learning Disabilities Advocacy Project, 1998-2000
Current research:The Influence of Motivational Interviewing on Helper Empathy, Self-efficacy, and MI Knowledge and Skills
How to Attract and Retain Students of Hispanic/Latino Heritage in Independent Private Schools

 
Learn more about Georgia's new ethics assessment for teachers at today's PDW session: via @gsucoe 17 hours ago