Jason McGlothlin earned his Ph.D. in Counselor Education from Ohio University and is currently a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervisory endorsement (LPCC-S) in Ohio. Prior to joining the KSU faculty (in 2001), he practiced in community mental health, private practice, and suicide prevention/hostage negotiation facilities. Dr. McGlothlin has had a variety of leadership positions in the counseling profession and is the developer of the SIMPLE STEPS model of suicide lethality assessment. His current areas of teaching, publication, and research include the assessment, prevention, and treatment of suicide; and counselor education accreditation. Dr. McGlothlin also serves as the liaison to the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP).
Ph.D. Counselor Education, Ohio University, Master of Science in Education (MS.Ed.), Community Counseling, University of Dayton, B.A., Psychology and Sociology, Otterbein College
Suicide, Crisis Interventions, Accreditation, Statistical Methods, Behavioral or Social Sciences, Counseling or Guidance, Crisis Counseling, The assessment prevention and treatment of suicide, Counselor education accreditation
Nominated - American Counseling Association’s David K. Brooks Award for Distinguished Mentor (2009)
Nominated - American Counseling Association’s David K. Brooks Award for Distinguished Mentor (2007)
ACA Emerging Leader Award (1998 & 1999)
NCACES Research Award presented to Foss, Page, and McGlothlin (2004)