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Curtis Wiseley
Department of School of Professional Counseling
Title:Director of Counseling Services
Degrees:B.S., Psychology, Eastern Kentucky University
Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Wright State University
E-mail:wiseleyc@lindsey.edu
Office:Counseling Center & Appalachian Play Therapy Center
Phone:(270) 384-8475
Courses:

Counseling Theories and Techniques: Humanistic/Affective
Psychopathology: A Lifespan Analysis
Evaluation of Mental and Emotional Disorders
Multicultural Issues, Human Diversity, and Preventive Community Education
Treatment of Mental and Emotional Status
Practicum/Internship
Professional Memberships:

American Counseling Association (ACA)
Kentucky Counseling Association (KCA)
Kentucky Mental Health Counselors Association (KMHCA)
American Psychological Association (APA)
Kentucky Psychological Association (KPA)
Association for University & College Counseling Center Directors (AUCCCD)
Current Licenses and Certifications:

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPCA), Kentucky
Service:
Director of Counseling Services, 2006 - Present.
 
Chair, Counseling Services Committee, 2007 - Present.
 
Member, Technology Task Force, 2008 - Present.
 
Academic Advisor - Columbia campus, 2008 - Present.
 
Course Steward - Mental Health Administration, Supervision, and Consultation, 2007 - Present.
 
Course Steward - Treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders, 2007 - Present.
 
Volunteer Event Coordinator, Malvina Farkle Day, 2007 - Present.
 
Chair, SPC Student Mentoring Program, 2008 - 2010.
 
Member, Assessment Advising Task Force, 2007 - 2009.
 
Consultant, Catherine Wilson Center, 2008 - 2009.
 
Resident Faculty Supervisor - Hazard campus, 2007 - 2009.
 
Resident Faculty Supervisor - London campus, 2006 - 2008.
 
Member, SPC Recruitment Task Force, 2006 - 2007.



Publications:

Wiseley, C. & Burdine, J. (2010). Collaboration and advocacy through the treatment planning process. Presented at the 16th Annual Spring Conference of the Kentucky Mental Health Counselors Association (KMHCA). Somerset, KY.

Wiseley, C. & Pelfrey, V. (2009). Constructing treatment plans to increase the quality of client care while decreasing professional liability. Presented at the 15th Annual Spring Conference of the Kentucky Mental Health Counselors Association (KMHCA). Somerset, KY.

Wiseley, C. (2008). Balancing domestic violence victim support and advocacy with mandatory reporting laws. Presented at the 14th Annual Spring Conference of the Kentucky Mental Health Counselors Association (KMHCA). Somerset, KY.

Wiseley, C. (2008). Domestic violence and stalking laws in Kentucky: Mandatory reporting procedures and implications. Professional development presentation to the faculty of Lindsey Wilson College. Columbia, KY.

Ambrose H. & Wiseley, C. (2007). Role induction and the supervisor: Teaching supervisees how to be supervisees. Presented at the 13th Annual Spring Conference of the Kentucky Mental Health Counselors Association (KMHCA). Somerset, KY.

Opening Guest Speaker, V-Day presentation of "The Vagina Monologues" in Hazard, KY.
February 17, 2006.

Wiseley, C. & Fitzpatrick, P. (2005). Appalachia: Preserving aspects of mountain culture. Professional development presentation to the staff of the Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Psychiatric Center. Hazard, KY.

Wiseley, C., Knight, J., & Ragusea, A. (2002). The Time-Out procedure: A videotape training module. Poster presentation, 7th International Conference on Family Violence: Advocacy, Assessment, Intervention Research, Prevention and Policy, San Diego, California.

Wiseley, C., Zaksek, D., Buhite, R., & Smith, S. (2002). Managing behavior in the classroom. Professional development presentation to the staff of the Mini-University Daycare and Preschool at Wright State University. Dayton, OH.

Wiseley, C. (2000). Self-ratings of attractiveness as influenced by mood and attractiveness of others. Poster presentation, Southeastern Psychological Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Wiseley, C. (1999). Self-ratings of attractiveness as influenced by mood and attractiveness of stimulus persons. Symposium, Mid-America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois.

 

Biography:

Dr. Wiseley has practiced in a variety of inpatient and outpatient mental health settings before joining the faculty at LWC-SPC. His areas of expertise include domestic violence survivor and perpetrator treatment approaches, substance abuse, and supervision. Dr. Wiseley also serves as the Director of Counseling Services, overseeing the SPC's counseling centers.

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