Tracey Kim Snow has been a lecturer in the counseling program at Governors State University since 2003. She teaches and supervises graduate level counseling students from all 3 counseling sequences: School, Clinical Mental Health, as well as Marriage, Couple and Family. Ms. Snow has also taught undergraduate psychology classes.
Ms. Snow was the Productions Coordinator for Counseling and Psychology training videos produced at Governors State University. Her role included recruiting, screening, and coordinating clients for each specialized video. She would publicize and screen for audience participation, and publicize the videos and workshops throughout the local area with universities, agencies, clubs, organizations, and public forums. She would also assist the therapists for the duration of the project, gather all of the written materials necessary for each series (from articles and bibliographies, to consent forms, as well as bios on clients and presenters), and coordinate and distribute the CEUs for each workshop presentation.
Ms. Snow Earned her MA in Community Counseling at Governors State University in 2000. She is currently a doctoral candidate (ABD) in Counselor Education and Supervision at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL.
Ms. Snow is also the owner and Clinical Director of Beyond Healing – A Wellness, Counseling, and Personal Growth Center in Homer Glen, IL, where she creates and runs professional development, holistic, and personal transformation workshops. Her clientele includes adults, children, adolescents, couples, families, and groups.
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS: ILLINOIS
National Certified Counselor
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Certified Family Therapist - NCA 605
Reiki Master & Teacher
2007 ICA Research Award from Illinois Counseling Association, Tinley Park, IL
2003 “Outstanding Mentor Award” from Chi Sigma Iota, Governors State University
2000 Student Leadership Award from Governors State University
2000 “Who’s Who Amongst Graduate Students” Award, Governors State University
2000 Outstanding Chapter of Chi Sigma Iota Award, ACA Conference, Washington, D.C. awarded under my leadership
2012 “To Be or Not to Be – The Challenges and Barriers of ABD Female Counselor Educators and Their Lived Experiences– Dissertation – Northern Illinois University
2006 Involved in research project with Dr. Fran Giordano on “Transformative Anger”, Northern Illinois University.
2003-4 Involved in a research team “Academic Women and Career Choices” at Northern Illinois University (2003) with Dr. Carol Minor
2003-4 Involved in a research team with Dr. Hugh Crethar at Governors State University on Mentoring and the Implications for the Counseling Field
2007-12 ICA GSU Chapter, Faculty Sponsor
2007-12 GSU Chi Sigma Iota, Counseling Honor Society Faculty Sponsor
2007-8 Kappa Delta Pi - International Honor Society in Education - Member
2003-4 The Family Journal (IAMFC) - Advisory Board Member
2002 American Psychological Association - Student affiliate
2002-present Illinois Counseling Association – Governing Council Member
Graduate Student Committee – Chair
Illinois Association for Spirituality, Ethics and Religious Values in Counseling (ISERVIC) – Board and Founding Member, President 2008-9
Illinois Association for Adult Development and Aging (IAADA) - Member
Illinois Association for Couples and Family Counselors (IACFC) - Member
Illinois Association for Multicultural Counseling (IAMC) - Member
Illinois Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ICES) - Member
Illinois Counselors for Social Justice (ICSJ) - Member and Communications Officer
Illinois Mental Health Counseling Association (IMHCA) - Member
2002-Present Northern Illinois University Counseling Association - Member
1999-Present American Counseling Association - Member
For more information on Tracey Kim Snow, please see her CV.