Mandy Morrill-Richards, Ed.D.
Assistant Professor, Clinical Training Coordinator
Dickmeyer Hall 207
Mandy Morrill-Richards joined the faculty in 2010. Her primary areas of interests include counselor training, developing counselor identity, and supervision. Professor Morrill-Richards’s primary research interest involves examining long-term consequences of sibling relationships, in particular abusive sibling relationships. Additionally, she has researched the impact of family violence on interpersonal competencies and self-esteem. Her current course offerings are Community and Health Counseling, Counseling Theories, Counseling Practicum, and Counseling Internship. Outside of the classroom, Professor Morrill-Richards enjoys spending time outdoors with her dog, Jersey, and traveling to new places.
Ed.D. – University of Memphis (2009)
M.A. – The College of New Jersey
B.A. – State University of New York at Binghampton