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Kimberly Nelson Homeniuk

Core Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Health

School of Counseling

Degree Program M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Kimberly is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Board of Certified Counselor (NBCC), Approved Clinical Supervisor, and a Chartered Psychologist in Alberta. Her higher ed experiences are varied including several years of teaching at traditional universities and colleges since 1993. However, the last seventeen years have been teaching online graduate school. Her clinical work is diverse and includes community mental health, private practice, as well as assessment and counseling in schools from K-12.

Courses Taught

COUN 6726 - Couples and Family Counseling

COUN 6101 - Foundations in Counseling

COUN 6722 - Counseling and Psychotherapy Theories

CPLB 601-L - CMCH Pre-Practicum I

CPLB 602-L - CMHC Pre-Practicum II

RESI 6601 - MS Counseling Residency I

RESI 6602 - MS Counseling Residency II

COUN 602M - Advising Forum


PhD, University of Northern Colorado

MS, Eastern Washington University

BA, Minot State University


Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2016). Jungian Analytical Theory .


Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2013). It’s Called Andragogy: Working With Diverse Adult Learners in Counselor .

Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2016). Best Practices for Online Supervision; Meeting the Increasing Demands and Exceeding the Expectations.

Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2016). Best practices for online supervision: Using technology to enhance the supervision experience. .

Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2016). Best practices for online supervision; Meeting the demands and exceeding the expectations of remote supervision. .

Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2013). Best Practices for Online Counselor Educators; Utilizing the Diversity, Expertise and Experience of our Students. .

Nelson Homeniuk, K. (2015). Best practices for developing quality online counselor education courses.