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Educational Leadership and Human Development

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Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660-543-4341
Office Manager: Barb Hicks



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Lancaster, Amber Ms. Amber Lancaster

Assistant Professor, Counselor Education

Education
Ed.D. Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis. University of Missouri (to be conferred).
Ed.S. Counselor Education and Supervision. University of South Dakota, Vermillion South Dakota (2013).
M.A. Community Agency Counseling. University of South Dakota, Vermillion South Dakota (2004).
B.A. Psychology. University of Missouri-Kansas City (2000).

Certification/Licensure
Nationally Certified Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, Missouri

Classes Regularly Taught
Counseling Diverse Populations
Practicum in Counseling
Parent and Family Counseling
Introduction to Assessment
Development Across the Lifespan
Orientation to Professional Counseling and Ethics
Introduction to Program Evaluation & Research in Counseling

Recent Publications

Lancaster, A. F. (2013, Spring). LPC research. Missouri Mental Health Counseling Association Newsletter.

Sonderman, J. & Lancaster, A. F. (2013). School counselor communication practices for students at-risk.  Counseling Interviewer.


Other Professional Experience

Lancaster, A. F. (2015). Central Technology Grant for Counselor Education Program. Center for Teaching and Learning, Amount awarded $3,102.17.

 

Lancaster, A. F. Sesser, G., & Forth, N. (2014). Central Technology Grant for Counselor Education Program. Center for Teaching and Learning, Amount awarded $3,102.17.

 

Lancaster, A. F. (2016, April). Counseling individuals with disabilities: Implications for supervisors and counselors. American Counseling Association of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO.

 

Lancaster, A. F. (2016, April). Indian culture: Implications for counselors and supervisors. American Counseling Association of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO.

 

Lancaster, A. F. (2015, April). Indian culture: Implications for supervisors and counselors. American Counseling Association of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO.

 

Lancaster, A. F. (2014, October). Indian culture: Implications for counseling. North Central Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, St. Louis, MO.

 

Sonderman, J. & Lancaster, A. F. (2013, November). Students at risk: The role of the Professional School Counselor. Missouri School Counselor Association, Osage Beach, MO.

 

Lancaster, A. F. (2013, October). Counseling individuals with disabilities: Implications for  supervisors, counselor educators, and supervisees. Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors, Denver, CO.

Lancaster, A. F., Evans, C., Johnson, V., & Koch, M. (2013, September). Implications for counselor development in cultural awareness. Missouri Mental Health Counseling Association, Osage Beach, MO.

Lancaster, A. F. (2013, Spring). LPC research. Missouri Mental Health Counseling Association Newsletter.

Lancaster, A. F. (2013, April). Transitioning from counselor to supervisor. American Counseling Association of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO.

Sonderman, J. & Lancaster, A. F. (2013, Spring). School counselor communication practices for students at-risk.  Counseling Interviewer.

Lancaster, A. F. & Cowles, J. (2012, September). Transitioning from play therapist to supervisor. Missouri Association of Play Therapists, Lee’s Summit, MO.

Lancaster, A. F. (2011, September). Incorporating a developmental perspective in counseling women clients. Missouri Mental Health Counselor Association, Osage Beach, MO.

Lancaster, A. & Curtis, J. (2011, April). Counseling resistant clients: Use of Milton Erikson and Jay Haley interventions. Missouri - American Counseling Association, Jefferson City, MO.    

Contact Amber Lancaster at lancaster@ucmo.edu