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David Scott

Senior Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Counseling

Degree Program M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Scott has a Ph.D. in Counselor Education from North Carolina State University. He is a licensed professional counselor in South Carolina. He has served as President of the South Carolina Counseling Association and also Program Coordinator. Dr. Scott has worked in the field of clinical mental health counseling for over 20 years.

Courses Taught

COUN 6743 - Psychopharmacology

COUN 6306 - Ethics and Legal Issues

Education

PhD, North Carolina State University

Publications

Scott, D. A., Robinson, T. L. (2001). White male identity development: The Key model. Journal of Counseling and Development.

Scott, D. A., Lorenc, L. (2007). A multi-tiered evaluation of adolescent therapeutic group homes. Child and Youth Care Forum.

Sullivan, T. N., Scott, D. A., Nocks, E. C. (2011). Effects of target person expression on ethnic prejudice toward Middle Easterners and Hispanics. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Livingston, W. G., Scott, D. A., Havice, P. A., Cawthon, T. W. (2012). Male student veterans in our residence hall: Supporting a camouflaged population. The Journal of College and University Student Housing.

Presentations

Scott, D. A. (2009). An evaluation of adolescent therapeutic group homes and their role in dropout prevention.