Kevin Stoltz (Ph.D., Georgia State University)

Associate Professor, School Counseling

kstoltz@uca.edu

Mashburn 221

(501) 450-5258

 

Educational Background

Philosophy Doctorate – Counselor Education and Supervision, Georgia State University

Masters of Science – Community Counseling, Georgia State University

Bachelor of Science – Human Services & Psychology, Mercer University

Teaching Field Specialization

Individual and Group Counseling Skills

Assessment in Counseling

Research in Counseling

Career Counseling & Development

Life Span Development

Ethics and Professional Issues in Counseling

Counseling Theories and Interventions

Counseling Practicum

Counseling Internship

Research Interests and Areas

Barclay, S. R., & Stoltz, K. B. (in press). Life design counseling: A case study of the life design group. Career Development Quarterly.

Stoltz, K. B., & Haas, K. J. (in press). Mental health or career counseling: A forced choice? No need! Career Planning and Adult Development Journal.

Stoltz, K. B. (2015). Counseling toward career adaptability: The charge of a new era. In C. Maree & A. Di Fabio (Eds), Exploring New Horizons in Career Counselling: Turning Challenge into Opportunities. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishing

Specialty Areas

Career and Mental Health Intersectionality

Career Wellness

Research Design in Counseling