Channing L. Moreland is a clinical assistant professor in the Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling graduate program. In addition, she is a Clinician and Program Coordinator of the Cognitive Skills Enhancement Program (CSEP) at the Hirman G. Andrews Center in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Moreland completed her doctoral degree in Leadership & Administration from Point Park University. Prior to the completion of her terminal degree, she received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Bachelor’s degree in Child Development and Family relations with a minor in Sociology, both from Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Moreland is also a National Board Certified Counselor (NBCC) and a certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor. She has been a non-profit professional for the past nine years. Her professional experience involves working with diverse communities, K-12 education, affordable housing, crisis management, and individual and group counseling. Additionally, Moreland has a demonstrated history of designing and developing large scale programs and project management skills. She led an award-winning Resident Services department for a developer and affordable housing organization and implemented the National Community Schools Model in a Pittsburgh K-12 urban school district. Moreland’s research interests include youth and professional mentorship, diversity and inclusion, equity, minority leadership, and multicultural counseling.
Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology
Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling