Academics at Prescott College

Stacey Carrillo, Ph.D.

Chair and Faculty for the Counseling Program

Stacey Carrillo, Ph.D.
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220 Grove Ave.
Prescott, AZ 86301

Stacey has 20 years of experience in the counseling profession. Most of that time she has worked in academia. She has an extensive background in career counseling, as well as experience with clinical work, and consulting. She has used her counseling training in her work as a human resources professional by coaching, counseling, and mediating employee issues through to resolution. She also has a strong background in training with a focused effort on creating awareness of diversity and social justice issues in the workplace and fostering more just and inclusive environments. Her interests are varied but include mindfulness based practices, mentoring, organizational consultation, cultural competency and social justice advocacy. Areas of research interest are professional identity development, best practices with online and blended learning formats that enhance student experiences, and counselor self-care. She is a certified yoga instructor and holds a Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) designation. In her personal time you can find her outside hiking with her husband and dog, or on her yoga mat.

Education

Education

BA, Arizona State University, Communication

MS, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Counseling

Ph.D., Oregon State University, Counselor Education & Supervision

Publications

Publications

Carrillo, S. & Rubel, D. (Accepted) Connecting with others: Counselor educator identity Development in Hybrid Doctoral Programs. Journal of Counselor Leadership & Advocacy.

Carrillo, S. & Rubel, D. (In progress). A Metasynthesis of the Qualitative Research on Counselor Professional Identity Development.

Carrillo, S. L., & Rubel, D. J. (2014). A Metasynthesis of the Qualitative Research on Counselor Professional Identity and Identity Development (Doctoral Dissertation). Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database.

Presentations

Presentations

Carrillo, S. (2018, November). ​Instilling a Self-Care Identity in Counselors-in-Training​. Accepted for the Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision. Santa Rosa, CA.

Carrillo, S., Murphy, J.  (2017, March). Self-Care and Counselor Identity: Recognizing the Inherent Relationship. Presented at  the American Counseling Association. San Francisco, CA.

Carrillo, S., & Cisler, A. (2016, November). Understanding the Pedagogy of Online Learning and How to Create Engaging and Community Based Learning Environments. Presented at Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision. Vancouver, Canada.

Carrillo, S., & Rubel, D. (2016, November). Professional Identity Development (PID) of Doctoral Students in Hybrid Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) Programs: Mentorship, Program Design and Other Key Factors. Presented at Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision. Vancouver, Canada.

Cisler, A., & Carrillo, S. (2016, November). Creating Connection Through Innovation: The Use of Technology in Clinical Supervision. Presented at Western Association of Counselor Education and Supervision. Vancouver, Canada.

Carrillo, S. (2015, August). What the Heck is APA & Why Should I Know About it? Presented at Prescott College Colloquium. Prescott AZ.

Carrillo, S. (2015, April). Marketing Yourself 101 (Effective Resume Writing). Presented at Prescott College Colloquium. Prescott AZ.

Carrillo, S., & Pardee, D. (2015, January). Advanced Counseling Skills. Presented at Prescott College Colloquium. Prescott AZ.

Rubel, D., Carrillo, S., & Jorgensen, L. (2011) A Swift Run Down the Winding Trail: Grounded Theory Data Analysis for Counseling Researchers. Presented at the Association for Counselor Education & Supervision. Nashville, TN.

Carrillo, S. (2011). Professional Identity of Counselors and Counselor Educators: A Doctoral Student’s Quest for Understanding. Presented at the Association for Counselor Education & Supervision. Nashville, TN.

Bruton, W., Carrillo, S., Jensen, M., Russo, C., & Waggoner, A. (2010). Web-based Supervision: The Advancement of Technology in Counselor Education. Presented at the Western Association of Counselor Education & Supervision. Sacramento, CA.

Carrillo, S. (1998). Instructor Evaluations and Their Effectiveness: Students Perspective. Presented at the Western Association of Counselor Education & Supervision Conference. Santa Barbara, CA.

Awards

Awards

Emerging Leaders Fellowship (WACES) 2016

Emerging Leaders Fellowship (ACES) 2011

University of Nevada, Las Vegas Leadership Award 2009

Instruction at Prescott College

Instruction at Prescott College

Psychology, Human Development, and Counselor Education

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