College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Vyvlecka is a counselor educator and has worked as a Licensed Professional Counselor for the state of Texas since 2006, and as Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor since 2013. She is also a Core Communication certified instructor. Dr. Vyvlecka specializes in working with addiction, trauma, eating disorders, spirituality, communication training, and counselor training. She has a passion for training and supervising counselors. A majority of her work as a clinician has been in residential treatment centers for substance abuse where she worked with those suffering from dual diagnoses. Her doctoral work emphasized supervision of counselors-in-training and implementing better models for group supervision. Dr. Vyvlecka has also taught Theology at the undergraduate level.
Dr. Vyvlecka's current research interests are diverse and include group supervision, supervision of counselors-in-training, morality as it relates to decision-making and mental health, and clinical experiences of transference and countertransference. She provides peer consultation, as well as supervision for counselor-interns. She is a member of the American Counseling Association and the Texas Counseling Association.