Dr. Kimberly Duris' Article and Grant Accepted

Dr. Kimberly Duris' Article and Grant Accepted

Published: September 18, 2023.

Dr. Kimberly Duris, associate professor of psychology, had a research article published in the September edition of the Journal for Counseling in Illinois. The title of the publication was "A Comparison of the Perceived Level of Effectiveness of Clinical Supervision Practices and Strategies".  

Duris (Psychology) also was accepted as a Social Emphasis grant application committee member for the Shultz Grant Foundation for Advancing the Counseling Profession. 

Duris also serves as Lewis University's Director of Training CMHC Program, Director of Training Advanced Training Program in Addictions, and in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling program

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