Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development Community

The Boston University Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development Program includes a vibrant community of current students, alumni, faculty, and program advisory board members. Located within the academic “cluster” of Counseling Psychology and Human Development, students and faculty have seamless opportunities to work across degree programs and content areas on common projects, interests, and initiatives. Profiles of current students, alumni, faculty, and advisory board members can be found by following the links listed below.

  • Current Students: The Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development doctoral students are a dynamic group of individuals with varied backgrounds, interests, and professional goals.
  • Alumni: Coming Soon!
  • Faculty: The Counseling Psychology and Applied Human Development faculty are a diverse group of researchers, educators, psychologists, clinicians, and consultants who, collectively, support the development of our graduate students. Profiles for each faculty member can be found by clicking on his/her name.
Counseling Psychology Human Development
Amy Baltzell, Clinical Associate Professor Kathleen Corriveau, Associate Professor
Steven Broder, Clinical Associate Professor Emeritus Stephanie Curenton, Associate Professor
Hardin L.K. Coleman, Professor John McCarthy, Clinical Associate Professor
Thomas Cottle, Emeritus Professor Michelle Porche, Clinical Associate Professor
Jennifer Green, Associate Professor Scott Seider, Associate Professor
Amie Grills, Associate Professor Rebecca Shangraw, Lecturer
Melissa Holt, Associate Professor
Kimberly Howard, Associate Professor
David McAllister, Instructor
Adam Naylor, Clinical Assistant Professor
Scott Solberg, Professor
  • Program Advisory Board: Coming Soon!