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Presenter Biographies

Timothy J. Hakenewerth, Ph.D., LPC (MO), NCC, is a counselor educator and assistant professor at University of Illinois Springfield. Dr. Hakenewerth has joined Dr. Lane in conducting qualitative research on supervision and maintains a research agenda with supervisory focus. Dr. Hakenewerth spent three years in Idaho and has delivered several supervision trainings in both Southeast and Southwest Idaho. Dr. Hakenewerth has supervised counselors in agencies, training clinics, and academic settings.  HIs clinical experience includes work in three states, in college counseling centers, training clinics, family-oriented clinical agencies, and community mental health agencies.

William B. Lane Jr., Ph.D., LPC (ID), NCC, is an Assistant Professor of Counseling at Western New Mexico University. He obtained a B.S. in Sociology at Brigham Young University – Idaho and a M.Coun. in School Counseling and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Counseling at Idaho State University. He has experience working with diverse populations within the K-12 setting as well as providing trauma-informed counseling to survivors of sexual abuse. His academic research focusses on improving the supervisory working alliance, and he has presented at national and regional conferences regarding simultaneous supervision and shame in supervision.

Chad Yates, Ph.D., LPC, joined the ISU Department of Counseling in the Fall of 2013. He received his Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from Kent State University and his M.A. in Community Counseling from the University of Toledo. Before coming to ISU Chad worked as a mental health and substance abuse counselor in Kent, Ohio. Chad’s counseling experience includes working with individuals with substance use disorders, intimate partner violence, families, and as a generalist treating many diverse client concerns.

Caroline Brown is a second-year master student in the counseling program at Idaho State University, studying Marriage, Couple, and Family counseling. Caroline is currently working at a substance abuse facility for teens and a transitional college preparation program. In both settings Caroline is passionate about the systemic cycles that influence the individuals, families, and community members she works with. She hopes to continue to research addiction and adventure-based counseling as she pursues her Ph.D. at Idaho State University in the fall of 2021.