With over 18 years of experience in higher education, Dr. Quiana M. Golphin is an assistant professor in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She has served in various positions, most recently as counselor and assistant professor at California University of Pennsylvania. Golphin’s research interests include multicultural issues in clinical practice, supervision and teaching; the integration of religion and spirituality into practice; and counseling matters and concerns specific to African Americans. She graduated from Waynesburg University with a PhD in counselor education and supervision, an MA degree in community counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a BS degree in psychology from Saint Vincent College. Golphin also supports the development of SHRS Counseling students by providing mentorship and clinical supervision.
Department of Counseling and Behavioral Health
Clinical Mental Health Counseling