Nancy CarbonellTitle: Associate Professor
Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program Coordinator
Office Location: Bell Hall 160-D
PhD, Counseling Psychology, Andrews University, 1989
MA, Educational Psychology, Andrews University, 1983
BA, Elementary Education, Pacific Union College, 1975
Dr. Nancy Carbonell was born and raised in California, but has come to love the seasons here in Michigan, where she has lived since 1980. Nancy always aspired to be a teacher and is happy to look back over her career and realize that she has taught at all grade levels—from pre-school to graduate studies. She enjoys the students and classes she teaches in the Department Graduate Psychology and Counseling, at Andrews University, and believes learning is a life-long process.
In addition to teaching, Nancy is a fully licensed psychologist maintaining a part-time private practice in the community. This experience enhances her teaching and supervising abilities with students who are psychologists or counselors-in-training. She has published in the areas of family life, racial issues, and the power of self-talk. Her research interests include understanding diversity, the affect of values and beliefs on multicultural relations, and the ethical training of counselors.