College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Dr. Sherman is a counselor educator with over 10 years of teaching experience and over 14 years of counseling experience. He has been an adjunct professor at Walden for 8 years.
COUN 6720 - Diagnosis and Assessment
COUN 6785 - Social Change: Prevention, Consultation, & Advocacy
COUN 6753 - Career Counseling
PhD, University of Virginia
MEd, Lehigh University
BA, St. Mary's College of Maryland
Awards / Honors
Chi Sigma Iota, University of Virginia, 2010
Psi Chi, Lehigh University, 2004
Alpha Kappa Delta, St. Mary's College of Maryland, 2002
Sherman, T. J. (2011). Being role models for future role models. SACES Newsletter.
Sherman, T. J. (2010). Benefits of including mental health coverage in the healthcare reform bill. Counseling Today.
Sherman, T. J. (2012). License portability: One counselor's journey across state lines. Counseling Today.
Gladding, S., Neuer, A. A., Hammontree, J., Dennemann, C. B., Baca, D. L., Sherman, T. J. (2011). Award winning words: Winners of the ACA foundation graduate student essay contest share their thoughts and their strategies for writing.
Sherman, T. J. (2010). On the job training: Supervision post-licensure.
Sherman, T. J. (2009). Providing supervision in the workplace: Two proposed methods.
Sherman, T. J. (2009). Putting the "multi" back in multiculturalism: Changing needs of multicultural education in the age of globalization.
Sherman, T. J. (2011). Relationship between multicultural supervision, multicultural competence, and multicultural self-efficacy and the effect of previous supervisors on the development of practicing supervisors.