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Dr. Tricia Matthew

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Counseling

Degree Program M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Dr. Tricia Matthew have been an Associate Professor specializing in Mental Health and Addiction Studies, she have been in private practice over 15 years providing therapy to families, couples, individuals, and she also complete play therapy with children ages 5 and above. Dr. Tricia Matthew graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services with a concentration in High-Risk Youth from Metropolitan State University of Denver. This led to the pursuit of graduate education. Dr. Tricia Matthew completed a Master’s in Community Counseling with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. Her mental health clinician practice stimulated a yearning to assist clients on a more profound level and on a larger scale. This desire eventually led Dr. Tricia Matthew to advance her education earning a Doctorate in Counseling Education and Supervision.
Dr. Tricia Matthew have completed presentations in Haiti and Trinidad and Tobago and continue to work on the research. She is committed to assisting students, clients and the community in the transformation process of learning how to realize their life dreams and utilize their skills. Dr. Tricia Matthew currently sit on multiple state boards; addressing addiction education and supervision requirements, diversity and inclusion, and rehabilitation in correction system. Dr. Tricia Matthew have completed grief and loss, and self-esteem workshops as needed in the community. Dr. Tricia Matthew is currently a contributing faculty and Walden University teaching in the counseling department.