Assistant Professor of Counseling
Monday 5 pm-6pm, Wednesday 3pm-5pm, or by appointment
Dr. Na is an Assistant Professor of Counseling and also a nationally certified counselor. Her scholarship and research interests focus on multicultural counseling, advocacy, and internationalization in counseling, and has presented at a number of local, national, and international conferences on multicultural counseling. She is also actively involved in professional organizations, including American Counseling Association, Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, and Association for Multicultural Counseling and Development.
Ph.D. Counselor Education, University of Maryland at College Park
M.A. School Counseling, The University of Iowa
B.S. Psychology, Iowa State University
COCO 700 Life Stage Development
COCO 712 Career Counseling, Assessment, and Placement
COCO 725 Internship Counseling 1
Dr. Na’s research focuses on multicultural counseling, advocacy, and internationalization in counseling, and has presented at a number of local, national, and international conferences on multicultural counseling.
Ostvik-de Wilde, M., & Na, G. (2017). Internationally Minded: a Phenomenological Exploration of School Counsellors’ Experiences Working in U.S. Schools with Internationally Themed Missions, International Journal for the Advancement of Counseling, 35 (3)
Lee, V.V. & Na, G. (2017). Using Advocacy in Policy Research and School-based Counseling. In J. Carey (Ed), International Handbook for Policy Research on School-Based Counseling. Springer
Na, G. & Ostvik-de Wilde, M. (Winter, 2015). The Role of School Counselors in Promoting and Implementing Internationalized Comprehensive Programs in K–12 Schools. In Ideas and research you can use: VISTAS 2015.