April Crable

Education

PhD, MA, Regent University; MBA, University of Phoenix; BS, Old Dominion University

Research Interests

Counselor education and supervision, boundaries and ethics, self-care, burnout, sexual abuse and trauma, domestic violence, women’s issues, military families, online education

Background

Dr. Crable is a licensed professional counselor and a certified substance abuse counselor in the state of Virginia and a licensed mental health counselor in the state of Florida. She is also a national certified counselor. Dr. Crable has clinical experience in providing crisis intervention, substance abuse counseling, sexual abuse counseling, domestic violence counseling, and psychiatric and residential group care. Additionally, she provides clinical supervision to graduate students seeking licensure. Dr. Crable joined Walden as a contributing faculty member in 2010 and became a core faculty member in 2013. In 2014, she became the field experience coordinator for master’s programs in the School of Counseling.

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