Billy Friedrich, PhD
Director for Clinical Training, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- PhD in Counselor Education & Supervision, North Carolina State University, 2015
Cognate: Grief Counseling
Dissertation Topic: Death, Dying, and the Professional Counselor: A Phenomenological Study
- MS in Counselor Education, East Carolina University, 2006
- BA in Psychology, minor in Sociology, University of Wisconsin, 1997
Friedrich, W. Death, Bereavement, and Grief: What It Means For The Professional Counselor In Any Setting. North Carolina Counseling Association 2012 Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC. February 15-17, 2012.
Glueck, B. & Friedrich, W. How to be an Effective Culturally Competent Supervisor in the 21st Century. North Carolina Counseling Association 2012 Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC. February 15-17, 2012.
Friedrich, W.L. (2011). The Best Laid Plans. North Carolina Association of Counselor Education & Supervision, Fall 2011 Newsletter, 7-8.
Friedrich, W. & Hutchinson, R. Anger, Anger, Everywhere: Running an Anger Management Group in a School Setting. North Carolina Counseling Association 2006 Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC. February 2006.
Friedrich, W. & Hutchinson, R. How to Run an Effective Anger Management Group in Schools (Student Poster Session, winner 1st prize). North Carolina School Counselors Association 2005 Annual Conference, Greensboro, NC. Fall 2005.
- Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), September 2009 – present
- National Certified Counselor (NCC), April 2009 – present
- Licensed School Counselor – State of North Carolina, June 2006 – present