SchoolCounseling@Denver Leadership and Faculty

Our SchoolCounseling@Denver faculty will equip you to become a social-justice-focused, self-reflective leader who can help effect positive change in the lives of P–12 students.

When you earn your master’s degree in school counseling online from the University of Denver, you learn from faculty who understand what it means to be a school counselor. This means you’re learning from professors with the counseling expertise needed to effectively teach the skills and knowledge necessary for you to become a school counselor.

Meet Our Faculty



Our SchoolCounseling@Denver professors’ focus areas span topics like grief counseling, self-concept development, learning disabilities, queer issues, and intersectionality, among many others. Our core faculty, all graduates of CACREP-accredited programs, are prepared to develop the next generation of school counselors to become agents of change.

Get to know individual faculty members below.