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Dr. Diana Doumas : Professor and Chair of Counselor Education and Director for the Institute for the Study of Addiction

Dr. Diana Doumas

Professor and Chair of Counselor Education and Director for the Institute for the Study of Addiction

208-426-2646
Education Building, Room 610
dianadoumas@boisestate.edu

Professor and Chair of Counselor Education and Director for the Institute for the Study of Addiction,  Dr. Doumas is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Psychologist in Idaho. She is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, and Research Society on Alcoholism. Her experience includes both individual and couples counseling for clients with substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and interpersonal concerns. She specializes in empirically based interventions and cognitive-behavioral therapy. Her research interests include substance abuse prevention and intervention, with a focus on harm reduction and online interventions for high-risk college and high school students.

Dr. Aida Midgett : Associate Professor, Associate Chair

Dr. Aida Midgett

Associate Professor, Associate Chair

208-426-1214
Education Building, Room 611
AidaMidgett@boisestate.edu

Associate Professor and Associate Chair of Counselor Education, Dr. Aida Midgett is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Idaho. She received her Ed.D. in Educational Psychology with an emphasis in Counseling Psychology and M.A. in Community Counseling from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona. She is an active member of the American Counseling Association, the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, and Counselors for Social Justice. Dr. Midgett’s scholarship is on student adaptation, more recently focused on implementing a brief, stand-alone bystander bullying intervention with local schools.

Dr. April Schottelkorb : Associate Professor, Director of the Idaho Initiative for Play Therapy Studies

Dr. April Schottelkorb

Associate Professor, Director of the Idaho Initiative for Play Therapy Studies

208-426-1209
Education Building, Room 612
aprilschottelkorb@boisestate.edu

Associate Professor of Counselor Education and Director of the Idaho Initiative for Play Therapy Studies, Dr. Schottelkorb is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Idaho and Texas, a National Certified Counselor, and a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor. She worked as an elementary and middle school counselor in Montana prior to receiving her Ph.D. from the University of North Texas. She is an active member of the American Counseling Association, the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, and the Association for Play Therapy. Her research interests include examining the effectiveness of child-centered play therapy with diverse populations, single-case research design, and school counseling issues.

Dr. Raissa Miller : Assistant Professor

Dr. Raissa Miller

Assistant Professor

208-426-1307
Education Building, Room 613
raissamiller@boisestate.edu

Raissa Miller, Ph.D., LPC, is an Assistant Professor and Licensed Professional Counselor (Texas). She is a member of the American Counseling Association, the Association of Counselor Education and Supervision, Idaho Mental Health Counselors Association, and the Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies. Before joining the faculty at Boise State University, Dr. Miller practiced counseling in community agencies and private practice. Although she has been trained to see individuals across the lifespan, she primarily works with individual adults and couples. Dr. Miller specializes in applying principles of neurobiology within counseling to address a wide range of developmental and clinical concerns, including anxiety, addiction, trauma, and interpersonal distress. Her research interests include understanding the impact of integrating and teaching principles of interpersonal neurobiology to students, practitioners, and clients, as well as developing community-based research initiatives in substance abuse treatment.

Kristin Batten : Administrative Assistant

Kristin Batten

Administrative Assistant

208-426-1219
Education Building, 6th floor, Room 643
kristinbatten@boisestate.edu
Kristen Shearer : Graduate Assistant

Kristen Shearer

Graduate Assistant

208-426-1218
Education Building, 6th floor, room 638-A
counseloreducation@boisestate.edu
Rhiannon Trull : Graduate Assistant

Rhiannon Trull

Graduate Assistant

208-426-1218
Education Building, 6th floor, room 638-A
counseloreducation@boisestate.edu