Alma Moore earned her master’s degree in Clinical Counseling at Malone University and is currently licensed in Ohio as a Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisory Endorsement (LPCC-S). Alma earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace University and held multiple leadership positions in business and the community before entering the community mental health counseling field. Alma worked as a clinical supervisor and clinical director in a mental health agency, in addition to serving on that agency’s Board of Trustees as a member of the Human Resources Committee. Alma currently serves as the Treasurer of the Ohio Counseling Association. Her research interests include doctoral students’ preparation to teach in the counseling profession, and gatekeeping with master’s counseling students.
Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, Kent State University, M.A.Ed., Clinical Counseling, Malone University, MBA, Business Management, Baldwin Wallace University, B.A., Business Administration, Baldwin Wallace University
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Holmes Scholar
Judith A. Detrude Professional Recognition Award, Counseling and Human Development Services Department, Kent State University, 2014