Wendy Killam

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
School of Counseling
M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Wendy Killam earned her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Arkansas and has been teaching on the college level for over 18 years. She is currently a contributing faculty member and enjoys conducting research on wellness, college student adjustment, veterans's issues and women's issues. Dr. Killam is an active member of ACA and AADA. She is a licensed professional counselor in Texas with supervisor endorsement. She also is a certified rehabilitation counselor and a national board certified counselor. Dr. Killam has practiced in a variety of settings including outpatient, inpatient, day treatment and private practice.

Courses Taught

COUN 6316 - Techniques of Counseling

COUN 6723 - Multicultural Counseling

Education

PhD, University of Arkansas

MBA, University of Phoenix

BA, Baylor University

MS, Texas A&M-Commerce

Awards / Honors

Outstanding Service Award, Association for Adult Development and Aging, 2014

Presidential Award for Mentorship, Association for Adult Development and Aging, 2017

Publications

Killam, W., Degges-White, S. (2018). Understanding the Education-Related Needs of Contemporary Male Veterans. Adultspan

Killam, W. K., Degges-White, S. (2017). College Student Development Theories.

Presentations

Killam, W. K. (2018). Addressing the Challenge of Autism in the Workplace. Association for Adult Development and Aging

Killam, W. K., Kepci, M. (2017). Ethical Issues in Supervision. Association for Adult Development and Aging

Killam, W. K., Kepci, M., Randolph, A., Moll, C. (2017). Ethical Considerations for Counselors Working with Adults across the Adult Lifespan. American Counseling Association