Geneva College

 

 

Carol B. Luce

Dr. Carol LuceOffice Phone: 724-847-6622
cbluce@geneva.edu

Degrees Received 

  • Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, 1989, University of Pittsburgh
  • M.Ed., Counselor Education, 1974, Penn State University
  • A.B. English, 1973, Susquehanna University

Presentations/Publications

  • Luce, C. & Clemson, P.   “Vodcasting: iPod Technology in Counseling and Training”.  Presentation to the Pennsylvania Counselors Association Conference, State College, PA, October 20, 2007
  • Luce, C., Farmer, S, & Hoffman, K.  “Culturally Appropriate Counseling in Appalachia, Presentation to the Pennsylvania Counselors Association Conference, State College, PA, October 21, 2007
  • Vogel-Scibilia, S. & Luce, C. B.  A psychodevelopmental model of recovery.  Presentation to the World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation World Congress IX  sponsored by the World Health Organization, Athens, Greece, October 13, 2006.
  • Luce, C. B.  Creating of Story: Workshop for Training Techniques of Narrative Christian Vocational Counseling.  Presentation at the “Faith, Hope and Work conference” Point Loma Nazarene University, February 2006.
  • Peters, J.E. & Luce, C. B.  “Spirituality in Clinical Practice”  Professional Continuing Education Seminars presented at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA.  Feb. 9 through April 12, 1004.
  • Luce, C.B. & Peters, J.E.  Stress management and spirituality.  Professional Continuing Education Program presented at Geneva College, Beaver Falls, PA October 28, 2003.
  • Luce, C. B.  Narrative career counseling and Luther’s theology of vocation, Poster presented at the Christian Association of Psychological Studies International Conference, St. Petersburg, Florida, March 2004.
  • Luce, C. B.  Psychohistorical and spiritual perspectives on eating disorders: a study of case histories.  Paper Presented to the Christian Association of Psychological Studies Eastern Regional Conference, October  1998
  • National Institute for the Humanities Fellowship, Interdisciplinary philosophical and psychological  perspectives on psychopathology and the self.  Cornell University June-July 1998.
  • Clinical Training Program in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, The Pittsburgh Psychoanalytic  Institute, 1996-1998
  • Luce, C. B.  Object Relations and Christian faith.  Paper presented to the Geneva College faculty in partial fulfillment for tenure, 1995.
  • Luce, C. B.  (1990)  Ego development, identity status, and locus of control among women with eating disorders.  Dissertation Abstracts International 8921433, 1990

Affiliations, e.g., membership in professional organizations, etc.

  • American Counseling Associations, 1998 to present
  • Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, 1998 to present
  • Association for Specialists in Group Work, 1998 to present
  • American School Counselors Association, 2001 to present
  • Pennsylvania Counseling Association
  • Greater Pittsburgh Counseling Association (Current member of the board and Beaver County Representative)
  • The Christian Association of Psychological Studies (East Coast Board member 1993-1996 and Conference Program Chair 1994, and Conference Chair 1995)
  • American Psychological Association, 1989 to present

 

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