Adjunct Faculty, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy
Ward has taught at Central Michigan University, Oakland University (MI) and Winona State University, where he also founded and coordinated the Counselor Training Institute, which sought to meet the advanced training needs of regional counseling and mental health professionals. Ward specializes in counseling techniques and has taught numerous courses in different kinds of counseling.
- BA, University of Northern Colorado
- MS, Winona State University
- PhD, Oregon State University
- Ward, C., & Reuter, T. (2010). Strength centered counseling: Integrating postmodern approaches and skills with practice. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
- Ward, C. (2006). Social advocacy and professional identity: An interview with Jane Myers. Counseling Today, April.
- Ward, C. (2006). Social advocacy and professional identity: An interview with Mark Kiselica. Counseling Today, February.
- Ward, C. (2005). Social advocacy and professional identity: An interview with Reese House. Counseling Today, June.
- Ward, C., & Hatfield, T. (2005). What are the best ways for school counselors to communicate to stakeholders how they contribute to student achievement? In R. Sabella, (ed) Frequently Asked Questions for School Counselors, American School Counselor Association