An experienced practitioner/professor, Dr. Kevin Wickes has been on the faculty of several major universities in psychology, counseling and human service programs. From 1993 to present, he has practiced in counseling centers, hospitals, agencies, and other institutions. He is trained in the areas of Employee’s Assistance Programs (EAP), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Thought Field Therapy (TFT), Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). In addition, he has been trained and is part of the Collaborative Process/Law (dealing with separation and divorce) as a collaborative coach, a non-attorney mediator and a co-parent counselor.
In addition, he has 15 plus years of teaching experience as a professor of Psychology and is willing to speak or consult about mental health issues, diversity, relationships, cognitive behavioral approaches, and other related topics.
Dr. Kevin Wickes has a special interest in co-parenting, collaborative process, conflict resolution or mediation, transracial adoption, sport psychology, internet and substance abuse. He has written numerous articles for professional journals, and has presented at national conferences.
- South Carolina Employees Professional Association (SCEAPA) - 2009-present
- American Psychological Association (APA) – 1993-present
- American School Counseling Association (ASCA) – 2009-2013
- Ball State University, Ph.D., in Counseling Psychology, 1993
- Purdue University, MSE and BA, in School Counseling/College Student Personnel and Public Relations and Secondary Education in Social Studies, 1987 and 1985