SCHOOL COUNSELING CERTIFICATE

The Advanced Certificate in School Counseling is for individuals possessing a master’s degree and credential in school counseling (typically a 48 hour degree) and needing additional coursework to meet the credit hour criteria for permanent certification in New York.

The specific requirements of the advanced certification program are established for each student in consultation with the director of the counseling graduate programs. Generally, advanced certificate students take 12 credit hours - three courses and a 300 hour internship.  Because a certificate is awarded upon completion of the requirements, advanced certificate students are eligible to apply federal financial aid (e.g. Graduate Stafford Loan).

For more information, contact Dr. Alan Silliker at silliker@sbu.edu or 716-375-2368

 

 

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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

 

Zuckerman, Craig

Titles/Responsibilities Associate Professor
Academic School
School of Education
Academic Department Counselor Education
Contact Information Office Phone: (716) 375-2374
E-Mail: czuck@sbu.edu
Office Location Plassmann Hall, B27
Courses Taught
  • CE 540. Abnormal Psychology 
  • CE 560. Psychological Testing and Assessment 
  • CE 610. Practicum 
  • CE 620A. Internship in School Counseling 
  • CE 634. Interventions for School and Agency Counseling 
  • CE 642. Introduction to Counseling Emergency Services
  • CE 643. Counseling Strategies for Crisis Management
  • CE 660A. Special Topics in Counseling: Family and Couples Counseling 
  • CE 660D. Speical Topics in Counseling: Assessment and Counseling with Children 
Academic Degrees
  • D.Ed., School Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University
  • M.S.Ed., Counselor Education, St. Bonaventure University
  • B.A., Secondary Education, The George Washington University
Personal Interests/Community Involvement
  • Certified EMT
  • Member Cattaraugus County Sexual Assault Response Team
  • Adjunct Professor, SUNY at Buffalo School of Medicine, family practice department.
Other Education
  • Pre-doctoral internship Oregon Health Sciences University
Professional Background
Accomplishments
  • Book chapter
  • Treatment issues for grandparents raising grandchildren
  • School response to sexual abuse
Teaching Philosophy Combining lecture with practical experience and technology
Current Research Interests/Projects
  • School response to child abuse
  • Multidisciplinary response and intervention to child abuse
  • Prevention of sexual violence in schools
  • Training school counselors to promote wellness skills with children
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