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Phil Eberl

Philip Eberl
Certification Officer
peberl@sbu.edu 
(716) 375-2367
Plassmann Hall, B10

Pat Riehle






 

Ms. Pat Riehle
Secretary
priehle@sbu.edu 
(716) 375-2357
Plassmann Hall, B08

 

Weber, Allen

Titles/Responsibilities Associate Professor
Academic School
School of Education
Academic Department Counselor Education
Contact Information Office Phone: 716-375-2365
E-Mail: aweber@sbu.edu
Office Location/Hours Plassmann Hall, B50
Courses Taught
  • CE 550. Group Counseling
  • CLAR 101. The Intellectual Journey
  • CLAR 107. Catholic and Franciscan Heritage
Academic Degrees
  • Ph.D., 1990, Counseling, Catholic University, Washington, D.C.
    • Dissertation title: the Relationship between Internal-External Control and Endogenous Versus Reactive Depression in Clinically Depressed Adults 
  • M.A., 1979, School and Community Psychology, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ
  • M.S., 1975, Religious Education, Fordham, University, New York, NY
  • S.T.B., 1965, Theology, Catholic University, Washington, DC.
  • A.B., Seton Hall University, Classical Languages and Philosophy
Other Education
Professional Background
Accomplishments An upcoming book chapter on a Franciscan approach to counseling
Teaching Philosophy

My teaching philosophy arises from my commitment as a Franciscan and a Christian.  I believe that all humans are fundamentally bound to each other as images of God, brothers and sisters who share the goodness of creation.

I believe teaching should be student-centered, encourage discovery and active learning in an atmosphere of personal care and respect. Since diversity is fundamental to creation, it should be honored and highly valued in the classroom and indeed in every aspect of creation.

Current Research Interests/Projects My current interest is in the relationship between spirituality and counseling.
Other Interests/Community Involvement Ministry in local parishes, Ethics Committee, Rehabilitation Center
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