College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
G. Michael Szirony, PhD, NCC, CRC, is a core faculty member in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at Walden University. Having graduated from Kent State University with a doctorate in counseling and human development, and a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling, he completed his training in medical hypnoanalysis at Northeast Ohio Medical University and his doctoral internship at Western Reserve Psychiatric Hospital in Sagamore Hills, Ohio. He is a recipient of the National Rehabilitation Associations JPD Research Award and has served in leadership positions in academia as well as in counseling associations. In addition, he is a long term member of the American Counseling Association and the Association for Humanistic Counseling, and studied at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.
Dr. Szirony has published articles and book chapters on counseling, rehabilitation, neuropsychology, and distance education, has presented at national and state conferences. He has held faculty positions at Kent State University, Ohio University, and at UA. He managed a private practice for several years.