Sheri Pickover, Ph.D., LPC
Dr. Sheri Pickover has been a faculty member in the Department of Counseling & Addiction Studies since 2004. She teaches the following counseling courses: Lifespan Development, Testing & Evaluation, Counseling Skills, Counseling Children & Families and Counseling Practicum. Dr. Pickover is also the Clinical Director of the UDM Counseling Clinic, a no cost mental health clinic staffed by practicum counselors. The Counseling Clinic provides free individual and group counseling to members of the community and specifically markets to individuals without the ability to pay. All practicum students receive clinical training in the UDM Counseling Clinic and receive intensive clinical supervision while providing needed counseling to individuals without insurance. Please click here for more information on the UDM Counseling Clinic.
Dr. Pickover has over twenty years of experience as a counselor working in the child welfare system. Her clinical expertise includes play therapy, family therapy and providing treatment to disenfranchised populations.
Current Research Interests:
- Emotional Development
- Social Justice & Counselor Education
Pickover, S., & Brown, H. (in press). Through the child welfare kaleidescope: Perspectives on treatment. Springer Publishing.
Day, A., Edwards, H., Pickover, S., & Leever, M. (2013) When does confidentiality become an impediment rather than a pathway to meeting the educational needs of students in the foster care system? Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics, 10, 36-47.
Pickover, S., & Slowik, L.H. (2013). Repercussions of mortgage foreclosure: Loss of place attachment, adult roles and trust. Adultspan, 12(2), 13-123.
Calley, N.G., Pickover, S., Bennett-Garraway, J., Hendry, S., & Garraway, M. (2011) Integrating social justice across the curriculum. The Catholic Mission and Counselor Education. Journal of Catholic Higher Education, 30, 289-308.
Pillay, Y., & Pickover, S. (2010) Teaching assessment and testing. In G. McAuliffe & K. Erickson (Eds.). Handbook of Counselor Preparation: Constructivist, Developmental and Experiential Approaches, pp. 125-135. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Pickover, S. (2010). The Emotional Skills Building Curriculum. Journal of Offender & Addiction Counseling, 31, 52-58.
Pickover, S. (2010). Multilevel timeline; Racecar identification; Client mirror. In S. Degges-White & N. Davis (Eds.), Integrating the Expressive Arts into Theory Based Counseling Practices, pp. 39-40, 171, 199. New York: Springer Publisher Company.
Hawley, L., & Pickover, S. (2010). Counseling students’ knowledge and perception of socioeconomic status. New York State School Counseling Journal, 7, 28-35.
Ethel and James Flinn Foundation (2015). Program evaluation of the Emotional Skills-Building Curriculum. Total funding: $50,000.
MEEMIC Education Grant (2015). Funding for school counseling textbooks. Total funding: $987.