Counseling Department

Steven Moody, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Counseling

Garrison Hall 721Steve Moody
(208) 282-2304

Specialty Areas: Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Couples Counseling, Experiential Learning, and Counseling Supervision

Ph.D., 2012, Idaho State University
M.Coun., 2007, Idaho State University
B.S., 1996, University of Wyoming

Welcome! I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Counseling and am the Marriage, Couple, and Family Program Coordinator. As a counselor, I have always valued taking a systems perspective when working with clients. I enjoy exploring the intricacies of systems work with students in several of the Marriage Couple and Family Counseling courses.

I have been a faculty member in the department since 2014 and prior to that I was a full-time faculty member at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL for two years. My teaching experience has spanned across Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP)-core and Marriage, Couple and Family Counceling and Clinical Mental Health Counseling specialization courses. My current academic interests include research methodology and experiential learning in counselor educaiton. Additionally, I have enjoyed teaching several workshops on clinical supervision in Malaysia and leading a travel abroad experiience near Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. My favorite memories as a counselor educator revolve around getting to know my students and helping them become the counselors and counselor educators they want to be.  

In addition to my work as a counselor educator, I have been a licensed professional counselor  and particularly enjoy working with college students, couples, and individuals presenting with mood disorders. I enjoy spending my free time with my family in the great outdoors. I have found the forests and rivers in Idaho to be my primary source for self-care!

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Last Modified: 10/26/17
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