Suzanne Scott is an assistant professor and teaches counseling courses and school counseling courses in the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences. Scott’s previous work experience includes counseling and therapeutic work with children and adolescents, and she has been a school counselor in both North Carolina and Wyoming for a total of 17 years. Scott has held numerous leadership positions on the Wyoming School Counselor Association board. Scott is also a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Wyoming and has more than 10 years of experience in supervising provisionally licensed counselors. She currently holds national board certification in school counseling (NBCT) from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.
Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, Adams State University, 2022
School Counseling Licensure, Lenoir Rhyne University, 2006
MACC, Master of Arts in Christian Counseling, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, 2005
B.S., Social Work, Illinois State University, 1998
Academic and Research Interests
Teaching interests include counseling courses such as professional ethics, foundations of school counseling, counseling children and adolescents, career counseling, consultation, practicum, and internship. Research interests include school counseling supervision, professional identity and advocacy, rural school counseling, and the role of school counselors.