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Stacey L. Carrillo, PhD, NCC

Associate Dean


Areas of Study


Dr. Stacey Carrillo has utilized her counseling background working in higher education for over 25 years. She has significant experience working at a university career counseling center that served a diverse student population and in a clinical training facility as a counselor and clinical supervisor. She has also utilized her counseling education working in human resources management with a focus on training and development, employee relations, and organizational change. As a faculty member she has helped students explore various social and cultural identities, and how these identities affect the therapeutic relationship, as well as helping students understand the intersection between career development and wellbeing. Stacey has spent almost half of her time in higher education as a program chair and assistant dean over graduate counseling programs, and as dean over all graduate studies at the College. She gains tremendous satisfaction from creating processes and procedures that provide stability and consistency so that faculty members can do what they do best; educate, create, and innovate! Areas of research interest are professional identity development, best practices with online and blended learning formats that enhance student experiences, and counselor self-care. She is an avid yoga practitioner and is a certified yoga instructor, and if not on the mat Stacey will be on a trail with her partner and dogs!