DeAnna Dick, M.A.

Assistant Professor of Psychology/Criminal Justice Program Development

*Email DeAnna at deannadick@tabor.edu

Education

  • MA, Professional Counseling, Liberty University
  • BS, Psychology, Bluefield College
  • AS, Mathematics, Butler County Community College

Professional Background

  • Associate Professor of Psychology, Tabor College (current)
  • Clinical Therapist, PSIMED/WV Department of Corrections
  • Contracted Professional Employee, Professional Development Trainer, Mercer County Public School District
  • Child and Adolescent Therapist, Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center
  • Primary Therapist, Partial Hospitalization Program, Behavioral Health Pavilion
  • Counseling Intern, Behavioral Health Pavilion
  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program Consumer Advocate, Cumberland Mountain Community Services
  • Intensive In-home Clinician, Cumberland Mountain Community Services
  • Mental Health Case Manager, Cumberland Mountain Community Services
  • Mental Health Supported Living Specialist, Cumberland Mountain Community Services
  • Mental Health Case Manager Intern, Cumberland Mountain Community Services

Certifications

  • Completed supervision for State of Virginia Professional Counselor in Residency
  • Provisionally licensed counselor, State of West Virginia #158
  • National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification
  • Crisis Prevention and Intervention Certification
  • CPR/First Aid Certification

Recognitions & Awards

  • 2007 Ron Hedrick Behavioral Science Scholar, Bluefield College

Courses Taught

  • SO 355-G Cultural Anthropology and Diversity
  • PY 313 Abnormal Psychology
  • PY 311 Marriage and Family Life
  • PY 204 Child and Adolescent Development