Doctoral Candidate - Counselor Education & Supervision, Kent State University
M.Ed., Community Agency Counseling, Cleveland State University
B.S., Psychology, John Carroll University
Faculty Member at Youngstown State University since 2006.
Research Interests (selected)
Multicultural Issues in Counseling
Religious & Spirituality Issues in Counseling
Child & Adolescent Counseling
Professional Service (selected)
President, Ohio Association for Spiritual, Ethical, & Religious Values in Counseling (2008-2009).
President, Ohio Association of Multicultural Counseling & Development, (2005-2007).
Professional Orientation & Ethics in Clinical Counseling
Social & Cultural Issues in Counseling
Life Span Development
Counseling Experience (selected)
Counselor, Community Mental Health Center
Ohio Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
National Certified Counselor (NCC)
Recent Publications (Selected)
Hill, C., Thompson, C. L. and Vega de Jesas, R. (2007). People say I'm black: Racial identity development. In S.M. Dugger, & L.A. Carlson (Eds.), Critical incidents in counseling children. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.
Hill, C., Bandfield, A., & White, M. L. (2007). Leadership development 101: From graduate students to professional counselors. CSI Exemplar, 22, 10.
Bowling, T., Hill, C., & Jencius, M. (2005). An overview of marriage enrichment. The Family Journal: Counseling and therapy for couples and families, 1, 1-8.