About Nan J. Giblin, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Experience: 30 years as a professor of Counselor Education at Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL. - Currently Clinical Coordinator of Counselor Education and Professor Emeritus - Chair of the Department of Counselor Education (9 years) - Dean of the College of Education (6 years) - Associate Dean of the College of Education (5 years) Examples of Courses taught: - Grief Counseling - Expressive Art Therapy: Art and Yoga - Introduction to Family Counseling - Techniques of Counseling - Group Counseling - Practicum/Internship in School Counseling and Community Counseling 20 years in Private Counseling Practice in Grief Counseling and Counselor Supervision
Education: - Ph.D. Doctorate in Counseling Psychology - M.A. Masters in Counselor Education - B.S. English Literature
Publications: - 3 co-authored published textbooks: - Chen, M. & Giblin, N. (2002). Individual counseling: Skills and techniques. Denver, CO: Love Publishing. - Giblin, N. & Bales, B. (1997). Finding help: A resource guide for personal concerns. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas. - Walsh, W. & Giblin, N. (eds.), (1989). Family counseling in schooling settings. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas
Professional articles on Grief Counseling (Theory and Practice), Expressive Art Therapies, and Native American Profiles.
Certifications and Awards: - 2010 Illinois School Counseling Association Counselor Educator of the Year - Open Studio Facilitator - MARI Facilitator - 21 hours of Graduate Level training in Art Therapy - 1985 Professor of the Year at NEIU awarded by Alumni Association - 2002 Chair of the Association of Deans of Colleges of Education in Illinois