Thana Singarajah, Ed.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Counseling
Garrison Hall 723
Specialty Areas: Multicultural Counseling, Psychodiagnosis and Psychopharmacology
Ed.D., 1988, Idaho State University
M.Coun., 1984, Idaho State University
Bachelors in Industrial Technology, 1979, Bradford University of Technology
My areas of interest in Mental Health Counseling include Bipolar Manic Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder especially in adolescent and college age individuals. I am also interested in spiritual issues in counseling from a Christian perspective as I am an ordained minister.
The subjects I teach include Special Issues in School Counseling, Psychodiagnosis and Psychopharmacology, Cultural Counseling, and Childhood Mental Disorders. I am the Director of the Department of Counseling's Professional Development Workshops.
My personal hobbies include collecting antiques, antique clocks, and turn of the century phonographs. I enjoy traveling, especially overseas, and try to make it once a year especially if I am able to teach or train students in other countries.
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