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Michelle E. , Duquesne University, Counselor Education and Supervision (CACREP), May 2021Dissertation Title: School Counseling in an Oppressed Society: Examining the Relationshipsbetween Social Justice Advocacy Competence, Empowerment, and Social Justice Self-EfficacyM.Ed., California University of Pennsylvania, K-12 School Counseling (CACREP), August2012B.S., California University of Pennsylvania, Secondary English Education, May 2007LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONSNational Certified Counselor (NCC)- 2012-PresentLicensed Professional Counselor (LPC; PA)- 2015-PresentK-12 School Counseling (PA)- 2012-2020TEACHING EXPERIENCEAssistant Professor, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA- January 2022-PresentCACREP accredited Counselor Education graduate courses taught in both hybrid and traditionalformats: Courses taught – Group Counseling, Theories of Counseling, Research MethodsAdjunct Professor, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA- August 2021-December 2021CACREP accredited Counselor Education graduate courses taught in an online format: Courses taught – Group Counseling, Theories of CounselingAssistant Professor, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY- August 2019December 2021CACREP accredited Counselor Education graduate courses taught in an online format: Courses taught – Group Counseling, Career Counseling, Introduction to the Profession ofCounseling, Multicultural Counseling, Theories and Techniques of Counseling, Seminarin School Counseling, Abnormal Psychology, Management of School CounselingPrograms, School Counseling and Special EducationAdjunct Faculty, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA- December 2016-PresentCounselor Education graduate courses taught in virtual, traditional, and hybrid formats:M. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 1

Courses taught – Research Methods, Counseling Foundations, Multicultural Counseling,Human Development, Techniques of Counseling, Group Counseling, DSM Diagnosis,Case ConceptualizationOther responsibilities: Built an online DSM Diagnosis, Advanced Multicultural Counseling, and GroupCounseling course shell Realigned several courses to the 2016 CACREP Standards Collaborated with program director about networking, future CACREP accreditation,student concerns, etc.Adjunct Faculty, California University of Pennsylvania, California, PA- August 2018December 2020Undergraduate sociology courses taught in traditional and online formats: Courses taught – Social Inequality, Gender and Work, Principles of Sociology, Sociologyof the Family, Substance Use and Abuse, Special Problems in SociologyAdjunct Faculty, California Baptist University, Riverside, CA- September 2017-August 2019Behavioral sciences graduate and undergraduate courses taught in a virtual format: Courses taught – Lifespan Development, Introduction to Research Methods, Theories ofPersonality, General Psychology, Consultation and Collaboration: Early ChildhoodInterventions, Cognitive PsychologyAdjunct Faculty, Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA- August 2018-August 2019Counseling and education graduate and undergraduate courses taught in a virtual and traditionalformat: Courses taught – Middle School Theory and Practice, Introduction to Counseling,Educational ResearchAdjunct Faculty, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA- August 2017-May 2018Counselor Education graduate courses taught in traditional format: Courses taught – Group Counseling Practicum, Elementary School CounselingPracticum, Secondary School Counseling PracticumTeaching Assistant, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- June 2017-July 2017 Child and Adolescent CounselingTeaching Assistant, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- January 2017-February 2017 Introduction to School CounselingMiddle School English and Language Arts Teacher, Albert Gallatin Area School District,Albert Gallatin North Middle School, McClellandtown, PA- August 2008-June 2014Cyber School English Teacher, Albert Gallatin Area School District, Uniontown, PA- June2012-August 2012Cyber School Reading Teacher, Albert Gallatin Area School District, Uniontown, PA- AugustNovember 2011Summer School English Teacher, New Directions, Uniontown, PA- June 2009-August 2010M. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 2

Junior High Reading and English Teacher, Southeastern Greene School District, MapletownJunior/Senior High School, Greensboro, PA- August 2007-June 2008Student Teaching, Uniontown Area Senior High School, Uniontown, PA- January-May 2007Teaching Internship, Albert Gallatin Senior High School, Uniontown, PA- SeptemberDecember 2006Teaching Field Experience, Morningside Elementary/Middle School, Pittsburgh, PA- May 2006COUNSELING EXPERIENCEExperiential Group Facilitator, St. Bonaventure University, St. Bonaventure, NY- Fall 2019,Summer 2020, Summer 2021 Facilitated an experiential group with Master’s students in the School Counseling andClinical Mental Health Programs which serves as a Group Counseling courserequirementGroup Counseling Lab Facilitator, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- February 2016March 2016 and February 2017-April 2017 Facilitated an experiential group with Master’s students in the School Counseling andClinical Mental Health ProgramsHigh School Counselor, Albert Gallatin Area Senior High School, Uniontown, PA- August2016-August 2017 Led the Student Assistance Program (SAP) Assisted in the development of the district’s K-12 comprehensive school counselingcurriculum Counseled students in need and/or crisis Assigned as one of the assessment coordinators for the Keystone assessments in which Iassisted with the organization of the assessments Organized scholarships and awards assembly for students Facilitated all academic, career and social/emotional development needs of children ingrades 9-12Elementary School Counselor, A.L. Wilson Elementary School, Fairchance, PA- August2014-August 2017; D. Ferd Swaney Elementary School, Uniontown, PA- August 2014-June2016 (school closed) Assisted in the development of the district’s K-12 comprehensive school counselingcurriculum Provided individual and group counseling K-5 Taught school counseling core curriculum lessons K-5 Organized fifth grade career fair Organized a field trip to the local technical school Organized a field trip to Penn State Fayette Eberly Campus Compiled special education packets for testing (Chapter 14, 15, and 16) Led Red Ribbon Week activities Coordinated the local and state assessments Communicated with parents and outside agencies about progress of childrenM. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 3

Acted as the truancy officerFacilitated all academic, career and social/emotional development needs of children K-5School Counseling Clinical Field Experience, Elementary and Secondary School CounselorConnellsville Area Senior High School, Connellsville, PA- January 2012-May 2012George J. Plava Elementary School, McClellandtown, PA- January 2012-May 2012Masontown Elementary School, Masontown, PA- January 2012-May 2012 Counseled students from grades K-12 Utilized creative arts therapy Proctored and organized the PSSA test Taught guidance lessons to elementary students Learned and completed various school counseling duties, such as gifted and specialeducation referrals, changing student schedules, and organizing two career fairs Organized community service days for seniors Reflected upon audiotapes of students’ sessions in order to learn and growSchool Counseling Practicum, Middle School CounselorAlbert Gallatin North Middle School, McClellandtown, PA- September-December 2011 Counseled students from grades 6-8 Applied reality therapy to counseling techniques Adapted personal theoretical orientation to meet clients’ needs Utilized creative arts in counseling sessions Listened to tapes of sessions to learn and growSUPERVISION EXPERIENCEUniversity/Faculty School Counselor Supervisor, St. Bonaventure University, St.Bonaventure, NY- August 2020 Served as a faculty supervisor for a school counseling intern who received an“Incomplete” in Practicum and who needed remediationo Held three 1-hour supervision meetings with student to ensure remediation planwas metUniversity/Faculty School Counselor Supervisor, Indiana University of Pennsylvania,Indiana, PA- August 2017-Present Acted as the university supervisor for Elementary School Counseling Practicum,Secondary School Counseling Practicum, and Group Counseling Practicum studentsSchool Counselor Supervisor, A.L. Wilson Elementary School, Fairchance, PA- August2016-December 2016 Acted as a site supervisor for a school counseling practicum student from CaliforniaUniversity of Pennsylvania for the Fall 2016 semesterCounseling Supervisor, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- May 2016-July 2016 Supervised Master’s level students via group supervision sessions in the SchoolCounseling and Clinical Mental Health ProgramsCounseling Supervisor, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- January 2016-May 2016M. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 4

Supervised Master’s level students via group supervision sessions in the SchoolCounseling ProgramCounseling Supervisor, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- August 2015-December 2015 Supervised Master’s level students via individual and group supervision sessions inthe School Counseling and Clinical Mental Health ProgramsRESEARCH EXPERIENCEResearch InterestsSocial justice and school counseling; social justice training of school counselors; schoolcounselor supervision; holistic wellness and school counseling; spirituality in school counselingGraduate Assistant, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA- August 2015-May 2016 Worked with Dr. Jered Kolbert on a publication and presentation titled “PositivePsychology and Career Development” where I completed a literature review andhelped compose the article and presentationPUBLICATIONS*Book ChaptersTanner, M., Eliason, G., & Knopp, N. (in progress). Reality therapy and pastoral self care.Pastoral Counseling: Theory and Application.Tanner, M. (2019). Broken together. In J. Rech (Ed.), From the inside out: Therapists’confessions of courage, strength, and hope (pp. 53-63). Pittsburgh, PA: Unsung HeroPublishing.Peer-Reviewed Journal ArticlesAulthouse, M., Kolbert, J. B., Bundick, M. J., & Crothers, L. M. (2017). Positive psychology andcareer development. Journal of School Counseling, 15(15). Retrieved df.Aulthouse, M. (2013). Clergy families: The helpless forgotten’s cry for help answered throughreality therapy. VISTAS, Summer Issue, 47. Retrieved -for-help.pdf?sfvrsn 1c17cd2b 11.PRESENTATIONS*Last name changed from Aulthouse to Tanner in March 2016.M. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 5

Aulthouse, M. (2013). Clergy families: The helpless forgotten’s cry for help answered throughreality therapy. Presentation conducted at the annual meeting of the AmericanCounseling Association (ACA), Cincinnati, OH.Aulthouse, M., Putney, H. L., & Stephens, M. (2016). Love sex and marriage: Redefiningmarital satisfaction. International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors(IAMFC) World Conference. New Orleans, LA.Aulthouse, M., & Kolbert, J. B. (2016, February). Positive psychology and career development.Presentation conducted at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania School CounselorsAssociation (PSCA), Hershey, PA.Abaray, S. & Aulthouse, M. (2016, April). No school counselor left detached: Exploringschool counselor identity, professionalism, and equity of services using the foundation ofASCA. 6th Annual Chi Sigma Iota Pennsylvania Statewide Conference, MarywoodUniversity, Scranton, PA.Aulthouse, M., Putney, H., & Stephens, M. (2016). Getting to the heart of the matter:Understanding relational satisfaction factors in heterosexual and LGBTQ relationships.Presentation conducted at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Counselors Association(PCA), State College, PA.Other Presentations:Tanner, M. (2020, June). Understanding grief and loss in children and adolescents. CounselorEducation Program Summer Residency at St. Bonaventure University. (virtual/online)SERVICE & LEADERSHIP/ADVOCACYRegent University Assistant Professor, Virginia Beach, VA, January 2022-Present Serve as co-leader on School Counseling Collaborativeo Overseeing research projects with the school counseling doctoral students Member of School of Education’s Accountability and Accreditation Teamo Developing the School Counseling program’s portion of the CAEP self-studyreportSt. Bonaventure University Visiting Professor, St. Bonaventure, NY, August 2019-December2021 Served as School Counseling Team Lead Acted as Comprehensive Exam Coordinator Former Summer Residency Coordinator Team member Grade Appeal Committee for Counselor Education Course editor, developer, and lead (Group Counseling, Foundations of SchoolCounseling, Special Topics in School Counseling, Child & Adolescent Counseling,School Counseling & Special Education, Ethical & Legal Issues in School Counseling) Department of Justice Campus Program Focus Group Committee Group facilitator and presenter at summer residencies Served on Counselor Education Advisory Council Advocated for and engaged in school counseling curriculum revisions Assisted program director with state curriculum reportM. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 6

Served as a mentor to a new full-time faculty memberWestminster College Adjunct, New Wilmington, PA As an adjunct, I collaborated with the program director about networking, courseimprovement, and aligning courses to CACREP standards Aligned several courses to the CACREP 2016 standardsPROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT2021 Child Abuse Identification and Reporting (3 hours)Integrating Religion and Spirituality into Counseling (5 hours)Setting Ethical Limits: For Caring and Competent Professionals (6 hours)Suicide Assessment and Prevention (6 hours)A Review of Psychiatric Emergencies (10 hours)“Anti-Racist School Counseling: It Matters for All Educators and Students.”Mandatory training and professional development in the areas of sexual harassment,cyber security, and digital safety.GRANTSBourdeau, A., Stickl Haugen, J., & Tanner, M. Anti-Racist and Social Justice SchoolCounseling: Experts in the Field Support School Counselors’ Preparation to Confront Racism inSchools ( 1700). Funded from Keenan/Martine Foundation at St. Bonaventure University.PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONSAmerican Counseling Association- 2014-PresentAmerican School Counseling Association- 2014-PresentAssociation for Counselor Education and Supervision- 2020-PresentAssociation for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling- 2020-PresentAssociation for Multicultural Counseling & Development- 2020-PresentVirginia Counseling Association- 2022-PresentVirginia School Counseling Association- 2022-PresentCOMMUNITY SERVICE/OUTREACH Served on the worship team at Faith Assembly of God in Uniontown, PA (2011-2021)Served on the COVID-19 Response Team (March 2020-May 2021)Church small group facilitator (Spring 2019)M. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 7

Assisted in the organization of a community outreach program called LoveFayette(Summer 2015)Volunteered for LoveFayette events (Christmas 2015, 2016)Attended an 8-week leadership class at Faith Assembly of God in Uniontown, PA(Summer 2018)ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL SKILLSAssistant Editor, Career Development across the Lifespan: Community, School, and HigherEducationGuest Editor, Virtual School Counseling During the COVID-19 Pandemic: What Literatureis Suggesting and How to Move Forward – Journal of Human Services; Populations in theMoment Special IssueMoodle, Blackboard, D2L, and Canvas Online Course DeveloperM. Tanner, Curriculum Vitae, page 8

Realigned several courses to the 2016 CACREP Standards Collaborated with program director about networking, future CACREP accreditation, student concerns, etc. Adjunct Faculty, California University of Pennsylvania, California, PA - August 2018-December 2020 Undergraduate sociology courses taught in traditional and online formats: