Mike Caverly is an assistant professor of counseling at Wayne State. He attended Northern Illinois University for a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision and attended the University of Queensland (Australia) for a Master's of Counseling. He has been a counselor for the past eight years, has developed specialties in trauma counseling, neuro-counseling, grief and loss, and university student mental health. Caverly is originally from Texas, and he lived abroad for five years in Mokpo, South Korea, and Brisbane, Australia. These experiences made him quite passionate about multicultural counseling and cultural humility.
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision – Northern Illinois University (anticipated graduation May 2022)
M.A. Counseling – The University of Queensland (2013)
B. A. Psychology – Texas State University, San Marcos (2009)