Geneva College

 

 

Dr. Shannan L Shiderly

slshider@geneva.edu

Disciplines/Field of Instruction

  • School Counseling

Degrees Recieved

  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Geneva College, 1994
  • Master of Education, Westminster College, 1997
  • Secondary School Counseling Certification in the state of Pennsylvania 1997
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Instructional Management and Leadership, Robert Morris University, 2011

Courses Taught

  • CNS 521 Counseling Skills
  • CNS 533 Career and Lifestyle Counseling
  • CNS 536 Group Counseling
  • CNS 539 Professional Issues and Ethics in School Counseling
  • CNS 563 Organization and Management of School Counseling Programs
  • CNS 564 Curriculum, Learning, Inclusion, and Instruction for School Counselors
  • CNS 565 School Counseling Practicum
  • CNS 566 Elementary School Counseling Internship
  • CNS 567 Secondary School Counseling Internship
  • CNS 591 Counseling Skills for Children and Adolescents

Presentations

  • November 2012- Pennsylvania School Counselors Association Annual Conference: Bullying Prevention in High Schools: Student Buy-In.

Affiliations

  • Beaver County Counselor Association
  • Pennsylvania School Counselor Association
  • American School Counseling Association

 

Point of Excellence

Geneva's Communication Disorders students have attended graduate programs all over the U.S., at schools such as the University of Iowa, California State University - Fullerton, Gallaudet University and University of Pittsburgh.

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PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
Johnstown Open House for Master's in Organizational Leadership
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July issue of @Geneva
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Beaver Falls Community Crime Watch Day
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