Dr. Mark Scholl

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Associate Professor

Email Address: schollmb@wfu.edu

Mailing Address:

Department of Counseling, Box 7406, WFU, Winston-Salem, NC 27109

Faculty member at Wake Forest University since January 2014

Education:

Ph.D. in Counseling and Counselor Education, UNC-Greensboro, 1998
MA in Counseling and Counselor Education, UNC-Greensboro, 1995
B.S. in Psychology, St. Andrews College, 1983

Research and Special Interests:

Culturally responsive approaches to counseling and supervision; Existential counseling and psychotherapy; Constructivist approaches to counseling; Career counseling with the ex-offender population and individuals with disabilities.

Awards (selected):

  • Past President’s Award, Association for Humanistic Counseling, March 2014
  • Joseph and Lucille Hollis Publication Award, Association for Humanistic Counseling, March 2012
  • Distinguished Journal Reviewer Award, Association for Humanistic Counseling, March 2011
  • Distinguished Service Award, American College Counseling Association, April 2003

Professional Service (selected):

  • President, Association for Humanistic Counseling, July 2012 – June 2013.
  • Associate Editor, Journal of College Counseling, July 2011 – present.
  • Editor, Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, October 2003 – July 2009.
  • Chair, American College Counseling Association’s Professional Advocacy and Public Awareness Committee, March 2002 – March 2004 (2 one-year terms)

Counseling Experience (selected):

  • Ex-Offender Career Support Group Co-Facilitator, Beaufort County Department of Probation and Parole, Washington, NC, 2012 – 2013
  • Mental Health Counselor for Adolescents, Parish of Pious V, Jamaica, Queens, New York, Fall 2005 – Spring 2006
  • Career Counselor, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Fall 1998 – Spring 1999

Professional Licensure and Memberships (selected):

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (New York)
  • American Counseling Association
  • Association for Humanistic Counseling
  • American College Counseling Association
  • Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors
  • National Career Development Association
  • Association for Creativity in Counseling

Recent Publications (Selected):

  • Scholl, M.B., Walsh, M., & Perepiczka, M. (2014). Existential counseling and psychotherapy. In R.D. Parsons & N. Zhang (Eds.), Counseling theory: Guiding reflective practice (pp. 141-170. ) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Scholl, M.B., Gibson, D.G., Boyarinova, N. & Despres, J. (In press). Using the film October Sky to teach career counseling theories to counselors-in-training. The Journal of Humanistic Counseling.
  • Scholl, M.B., Ray, D., Brady-Amoon, M. (In press).  Humanistic counseling processes, outcomes, and research. The Journal of Humanistic Counseling.
  • Graham, M., Scholl, M.B., & Smith-Adcock, S. (In press). Three creative approaches to supervision. Journal of Creativity in Mental Health.
  • Scholl, M.B., McGowan, A.S., & Hansen, J.T. (Eds.). (2012). Humanistic Perspectives on Contemporary Counseling Issues.  New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Perepiczka, M., & Scholl, M.B. (2012). C-AHEAD: The heart and conscience of the counseling profession. The Journal of Humanistic Counseling, 59, 6-20.
  • Scholl, M.B., & Cascone, J. (2010). The Constructivist Resume: Promoting the career adaptability of graduate students in counseling programs. The Career Development Quarterly, 59, 180-189.
  • Scholl, M.B., & Schmitt, D. (2009). Using Motivational Interviewing to address college client alcohol abuse. Journal of College Counseling, 12(1), 57-70.
  • Scholl, M.B., & Smith-Adcock, S. (2007). Using psychodrama techniques to promote counselor identity development in group supervision. Journal for Creativity in Mental Health, 2, 13-33.
  • Scholl, M.B. (2006). Native American identity development and counseling preferences: A study with Lumbee undergraduates. Journal of College Counseling, 9, 47-59.

Recent presentations (selected):

  • Scholl, M.B., & Brott, P. (2014, March). Career counseling as idiographic process. Learning institute presented at the national convention of the American Counseling Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • Scholl, M.B., & Crowe, A. (2013, June). How Humanistic Counselors Can Reduce the Impact of Stigma.  Educational session presented at the national convention of the Association for Humanistic Counseling, Manhattan, New York.
  • Scholl, M.B., Perry, J. & Denney, A. (2013, June). Humanistic Career Support Group:  Helping the Ex-Offender Population. Educational session presented at the national convention of the Association for Humanistic Counseling, Manhattan, New York.
  • Scholl, M.B., McGowan, A.S., & Hansen, J.T. (2012, March). Humanistic Perspectives on Contemporary Issues in Counseling, Counselor Education, and Supervision. Educational session presented at the national convention of the American Counseling Association, San Francisco, California.
  • Smith-Adcock, S., Graham, M., Wittman, E., & Scholl, M.B. (2011, October). Using Expressive Arts in Counseling Supervision. Educational session present at the national convention of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Scholl, M.B. (2011, March). The Constructivist Resume: Promoting the Career Adaptability of Graduate Students in Counseling Programs. Paper presented at the national convention of the American Counseling Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  • Scholl, M.B., Hagedorn, W.B., & Rayle, A.L. (2010, August). Religion, Values and Substance Abuse Counseling: Applications of an Integrated Inclusive Model. Educational session presented at the national convention of the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values Counseling, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
  • Scholl, M.B., (Council Chair), Duffy, T., Niles, S., Osborn, C., Roland, C., Schwitzer, A., Trepal, H., Trusty, J., Watkins, M., West, J., and Baker, C. (2009, March). Publishing in ACA Refereed Journals:  Suggestions from the Council of Editors. Workshop presented at the Annual Conference of the American Counseling Association, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Personal:

Enjoys riding bikes with his family, attending college basketball games, and writing for his son’s stand-up comedy act.

 

Last edited on 8/8/14