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Megan Little

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Counseling

Degree Program M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Little is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Walden University. She received her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision in 2017 at the University of Arkansas. She currently works as a mental health clinician and oversees the embedded counseling program at the University of Arkansas, she has been in this role since 2017. Her previous work experiences include acute inpatient care across the lifespan as well as teaching undergraduate courses on the helping relationship.

Courses Taught

Techniques of Counseling

Education

BA, San Jose State University - San Jose, CA United States

MEd, Northeastern State University - Broken Arrow, OK United States

PhD, University of Arkansas - Fayetteville, AR United States

Publications

Keller-Dupree, E. A., Little, M., Hagman, A. G., Deckert, J. J. (2014). Collaborative learning: The effects of service learning on personal and professional development for school counselors-in-training. Vistas Online.

Presentations

Little, M. (2016). Social cognitive career theory as a foundation for career and college exploration.

Little, M., Scott, T. (2013). Social cognitive career theory as a foundation for career and college exploration.

Little, M. (2018). Reconnection Group for Individuals Who Have Experienced Interpersonal Trauma: An Explanatory Case Study.

Behrend, B., Little, M. (2015). No time for me: Self care for school counselors.

Little, M. (2016). Intimate Partner Violence through the Lens of Law Enforcement.

Little, M. (2016). Incorporating Yoga into a Group Counseling Treatment for Interpersonal Trauma Survivors.

Little, M. (2016). Incorporating Yoga into a Group Counseling Treatment for Interpersonal Trauma Survivors.

Little, M. (2016). Incorporating Physical Movement into a School Counseling Program.

Little, M. (2014). Incorporating bystander awareness into your school community.

Little, M. (2014). Incorporating bystander awareness into your school community.

Perryman, K., Little, M. (2015). Creative arts activities for divorce groups in schools.

Little, M. (2016). Creating Study Abroad Opportunities for Counselors in Training.

Little, M., Blackwell, M., Broadwater, A. (2018). A Three Tier Counseling Model on a University Campus.

Little, M., Broadwater, A., Blackwell, M. (2019). A Three Tier Counseling Model in Residence Hall Communities.