Boley Brings Expertise To MSCC Program
New assistant professor, program site coordinator in Sedalia
November 2, 2017
Central Methodist University’s Master of Science and Clinical Counseling (MSCC) program
has a new assistant professor and program site coordinator at its location in Sedalia.
Dr. Frederick Boley, a Jackson, Mich. native, has stepped into the role, replacing former program site coordinator, Angela Schubert. Schubert was recently promoted to CMU program director.
“I’m excited to be joining a program that is young and ambitious, and staffed with friendly, pleasant people,” Boley said.
The MSCC assistant professor is a full-time, nine-month, tenure track Counselor Educator position with teaching and administration as primary responsibilities. In this role, Boley teaches graduate-level counseling courses for CMU’s College of Graduate and Extended Studies (CGES).
As program site coordinator, Boley is responsible for maintaining clinical counseling program requirements in accordance with statutes and regulations. This includes the hiring, supervision, and evaluation of adjunct instructors, oversight of clinical placements, maintaining records, developing and scheduling site curriculum, and much more.
Prior to joining CMU, Boley was an assistant professor in counseling education at Edinboro University in Edinboro, Pa. He taught courses including Counseling Theories, Diagnosis, Appraisal Techniques, Crisis and Addictions, and more.
Boley has significant counseling experience and is licensed in the State of Missouri as a professional counselor. He also has a great deal of research experience, as well as numerous publications.
Boley received his Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from Regent University in Virginia Beach, Va. He has a master’s degree in medieval English language and literature from King’s College in London, England, as well as a master’s in clinical psychology from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif