College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Counseling
Ph.D. Counseling Education & Supervision
Dr. Michelle Perepiczka, Faculty. Dr. Perepiczka is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (NY), Certified School Counselor (Provisional-NY), Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, and Nationally Certified Counselor. Dr. Perepiczka earned a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Texas A&M University-Commerce and an M.S. in Counseling and Development from Texas Woman’s University. She has been providing counseling services in mental health and school counseling since 2007. Her areas of specialization are play therapy, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Dr. Perepiczka actively serves the Association for Assessment in Counseling and Education as well as the Association of Humanistic Counseling in multiple roles. Dr. Perepiczka’s research focus is in counselor development and wellness.
COUN 6626 - Research Methods and Program Evaluation
COUN 8120 - Program Evaluation
COUN 8203 - Survey Research Methods
RSCH 8251 - Adv Quant Reasoning and Analysis
PhD, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Master's of Science, Texas Woman's University
BA, University of Texas at Dallas
Association of Humanistic Counseling, Board Member
Governing Council American Counseling Association, Board Member
Awards / Honors
Awarded the Outstanding Humanistic Dissertation Award, 2010
Faculty Sponsor of NJCU's Ethics Team, Third Place, 2010
Balkin, R. S., Perepiczka, M., Whitely, R., Kimbrough, S. (2009). The relationship of values and emotional awareness to sexual activity in young adulthood. Adultspan.
Perepiczka, M. (2008). Utilizing the wellness paradigm to counsel adolescent male and female offenders.
Perepiczka, M. (2008). Utilizing the wellness paradigm as a group counseling intervention for elementary school students.
Perepiczka, M., Freeman, S. J. (2008). Understanding HIV/AIDS and the legal and ethical guidelines for school counseling interventions.
McSpillman, J. A., Haddock, L. R., Perepiczka, M. (2012). Student Wellness and the Residency Experience.. Self.
Perepiczka, M., McDonald, K. E. (2011). Strengthening student writing: Cutting down grading time while developing students’ professional voice. Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES) .
Perepiczka, M. (2009). Strength-based group counseling for elementary school students with behavior problems.
Becerra, M., Perepiczka, M. (2008). Shared lived experiences of Latino fathers raising a child with disabilities: Implications for counselors.
Perepiczka, M. (2009). School counseling services for students diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Perepiczka, M. (2009). Relationship between wellness and age, matriculation, and relationship status of counseling education doctoral students.
Becerra, M., Chandler, N., Perepiczka, M. (2008). Obstacles of minority graduate students in research and statistics: Implications for rehabilitation counselor educators and graduate students.
Perepiczka, M., Yates, J., Becerra, M., Chandler, N. (2008). Obstacles for graduate students in research and statistics: Implications for counselor educators and graduate students.
Perepiczka, M. (2008). Incorporating wellness in school counseling.
Perepiczka, M., Chandler, N., Becerra, M. (2009). Graduate students' statistics self- efficacy.
Perepiczka, M., Cochran, J. (2010). From Play to Wellness.
Balkin, R., Perepiczka, M. (2007). Emotional awareness and sexual readiness in young adults.
Perepiczka, M. (2009). Critical analysis of reported grief support group outcomes.
Perepiczka, M. (2009). Counseling graduate student wellness.
Becerra, M., Perepiczka, M. (2008). A phenomenological inquiry into the experiences of Latino fathers of children with disabilities.