Dr. Mark Tichon
, Asst. Professor/Counseling Program Director
Office: Cedar Bluff 171
Ph.D. - Counseling Psychology, University of Tennessee - Knoxville, Fall 2005
M.S - Clinical Psychology, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro Georgia, 1999
B.A. - History, B.A. in Classical Archaeology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1994
Current Professional Licenses:
Licensed Professional Counselor, License # 2038, Tennessee Department of Health. Granted 9/1/2006, most recent renewal 7/31/2011.
Licensed Psychologist/Health Service Provider, License # 2786, Tennessee Department of Health. Granted 2/3/2009, most recent renewal 7/31/2011.
Research and Teaching Areas
Human Growth and Development; Service Learning in the Counseling Curriculum; Career Development and Career Counseling; Supervision of Counseling Interns; Implementing technology into Counselor Education.
Tichon, M (2009, September). Working through grief in mental health recovery. Invited Workshop Speaker for Destination: Recovery – Taking the Journey Together. Ridgeview Psychiatric Hospital Annual Psychosocial Rehabilitation Conference, Harriman, Tennessee.
Tichon, M. (2008, August) Mental health awareness in the campus environment, Lincoln Memorial University Annual Staff Training, Harrogate, Tennessee.
Service Learning: A Powerful Curricular Tool to Engage and Build Community. Workshop session at the Appalachian College Association Annual Summit Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, October 2011.
The Best of Both Worlds: How to Move Your Teaching Expertise to an Online-Hybrid Course. Poster Session Presentation at the American Counseling Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2011.
2011 – ACA Annual Conference, Continuing Professional Education: Certificate from Counselor Education and Supervision Learning Institute.
2009 – ACA Annual Conference, Continuing Professional Education: Certificate from Spirituality and Counseling Learning Institute.