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Heather McGee, Ph.D, M.A. (Associate Therapist) Resume

Heather McGee, Ph.D.

EDUCATION

2007 M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Wake Forest University

2004 Ph.D. in Philosophy, Loyola University of Chicago

1999 M.A. in Philosophy, Miami University of Ohio

1996 B.A. in Philosophy, Magna Cum Laude, Salisbury University

COUNSELING

Therapist

2020-present The Center for Growth (Philadelphia, PA)

● Provide individual counseling services

Addictions Therapist

2019- 2020 Providence Treatment (Media, PA)

● Provide individual counseling and group counseling services for general outpatient & partial

hospitalization programs

Therapist

2007 –2009 Salisbury University (Salisbury, MD)

● Provided individual mental health counseling for students and crisis intervention services

● Conducted intake assessments and created diagnostic summaries and treatment plans for

students

● Provided consultation services for faculty and staff concerning students developmental and

mental health concerns

● Coordinated university-wide wellness and prevention programs

Counseling Intern

2006 –2007 Wake Forest University (Winston-Salem, NC)

● Provided intake individual and group mental health counseling for undergraduate students

● Provided career counseling, including individual and group interpretations of the Strong Interest

Inventory and Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Counseling Intern

Spring 2006 Salem College (Winston-Salem, NC)

● Provided individual mental health counseling for undergraduate students

Addictions Counselor

1999–2000 Somerset County Health Department (Westover, MD)

● Provided individual and group counseling services

● Conducted intake assessments and created diagnostic summaries and treatment plans

● Provided case management services to 30+ clients

Youth Counselor

1997 Children and Families First of Delaware (Seaford, DE)

● Provided companionship and supervision to youth in foster care

● Supervised clients during home visits

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

Director, Community-Based Learning

2009- 2019 La Salle University (Philadelphia, PA)

● Develop and implement programs to increase student engagement with cultural resources in

Philadelphia

● Develop and implement programs that support student engagement with community-based

service-learning opportunities in Philadelphia

● Direct and coordinate Inside-Out course offerings in correctional facilities

● Collaborate with faculty to raise awareness about educational resources in Philadelphia

● Expand university partnerships with area non-profit organizations and cultural institutions

● Oversee CBL budget and maintain records of all program expenses

TEACHING

Courses taught:

● Women and Justice: An Inside-Out Course (La Salle University, Spring 2017)

● Critical Thinking and Writing Skills (La Salle University: Spring 2015 &

2016)

● Introduction to Academic Discourse (La Salle University: Fall 2014)

● Inside-Out: The Politics of Mass Incarceration (La Salle University: Fall 2013, Fall 2015)

● Exploring Happiness: Visions of the Good Life (La Salle University: Fall 2012)

● Introduction to Philosophy (Salisbury University: Fall 2004, Spring 2005, Fall 2008)

● Ethics (Loyola University of Chicago: Spring 2003)

● Philosophy of Human Nature (Loyola University of Chicago: Fall 2000-Fall 2002)

PROFESSIONAL CREDENTIALS

● Certified Inside-Out Instructor (2012)

● National Certified Counselor (2007-2013)

● Licensed Graduate Professional Counselor in the State of Maryland (2009-2011)

VOLUNTEER WORK

● Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Lower Eastern Shore (Salisbury, MD)

● Coastal Hospice & Palliative Care (Salisbury, MD)

● Eastern Correctional Institution (Princess Anne, MD)

● Musicians on Call (Philadelphia, PA)

● Center for Grieving Children (Philadelphia, PA)