Dr. Tracy Senstock has been training counselors and counselor educators since 1988. She has held university leadership roles since 1991 including Coordinator, Division Director, Program Chair, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Program Director, Senior Academic Program Director, and Associate Dean. She has extensive experience with CACREP accreditation and professional leadership. She has led accredited programs in Counseling (Masters and Doctoral), Counseling Psychology (Doctoral), Clinical Psychology (Doctoral), School Psychology (EdS and Doctoral), Marriage and Family Therapy (Masters and Doctoral), and Pastoral Counseling (Masters). She is a licensed professional counselor in Colorado and is a National Certified Counselor.
Dr. Senstock serves as a core faculty for all of the School of Counseling programs including: Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Marriage, Couple and Family Counseling; School Counseling; and Counselor Education and Supervision.
Awards / Honors
Robert O. Stripling Award for Excellence in Standards, ACES, 2016
Stapleton, R. A., Young, A. J., Senstock, T. Coping Styles and Secondary Traumatic Stress in Direct Care Staff Working in Residential Treatment Centers. Journal of Therapeutic Schools and Programs
van Asselt, K. W., Senstock, T. (2009). Influence of Counselor Spirituality and Training on Treatment Focus and Self-Perceived Competence. Journal of Counseling & Development
Slyter, M. J., Young, A. J., Senstock, T. (2014). Dealing with Student Conduct Issues in an Online Environment: What works? . RMACES
Slyter, M. J., Senstock, T., Young, A. J. (2015). Dealing with Student Conduct Issues in an Online Environment: What works?. ACES
Senstock, T., Young, A. J. (2013). Promotion and Tenure: How to Prepare and Succeed. . ACES
Senstock, T., Scott, S., Young, A. J. (2013). Retention Strategies for Counselor Education Programs. ACES
Young, A. J., Slyter, M. J., Senstock, T. (2014). Words of Wisdom from a Panel of Past and Present Program Chairs/Directors. RMACES