Associate Professor, Clinical M. H. Counseling
Director, Clinical M. H. Counseling
Office: PC 2247A
- Courses Taught
- Educational History
- Professional Experience
- Professional Societies
Dr. Coppock earned a doctorate in Counselor Education from The University of Toledo, a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Bowling Green State University, and a master of divinity from United Theological Seminary. Dr. Coppock joined the Clinical Mental Health Counseling faculty in 2007 and was previously Clinical Experiences Coordinator for five years until his present appointment as director. Dr. Coppock has clinical experience in college counseling, community mental health counseling, employee assistance counseling, private practice, and currently practices in a hospital-based wellness clinic. Dr. Coppock research has focused on counseling outcomes with multiple projects that have investigated hope as a predictor for change. His scholarship interests include the development of social media guidelines for counselors, the ethics of spiritual interventions in counseling, and the development of counselor professional identity. Dr. Coppock likes to relax with regular exercise, hiking, movies, and travel to Manitoulin Island, Ontario.
• Coppock, T.E., Huss, S. N., Gleason, A. M., Carney, K., & Garnham, S. (2012, Spring). Ethical guidelines for the use of prayer in counseling. Professional Issues in Counseling.
• Coppock, T.E. & McCurdy, K.E., Gleason, A. M. (2012). Professional counselors in Pennsylvania: Ten years after enactment of the ACT 136 of 1998. The Journal of the Pennsylvania Counseling Association, vol. 12 (1).
• Coppock, T. E., Owen, J., Zagarskas, E., & Schmidt, M. (2010). The relationship between therapist and client hope with therapy outcomes. Psychotherapy Research, vol. 20 (6), 219-26.
• Coppock, T.E. (2012). Knowledge share: A closer look at developing counselor identity. Counseling Today, March 2012. Editor invited publication.
Harnett, J., Coppock, T., & Carney, K. (2013) Affective forecasting, hope, and college counseling.The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied.
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION SERVICE
• Chapter Faculty Advisor, Gamma Upsilon Iota Chapter, Chi Sigma Iota, Academic and Professional Honor Society
• CACREP Site Team Member, Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs
• CACREP Site Team Visit, Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs