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Behavioral Sciences Division

Dr. Clark Slagle Professor of Psychology

Office: Todd 328
Phone: (503) 838-8374
Fax: (503)838-8618
E-mail address: slaglec@wou.edu


Ph.D. Counseling Psychology (APA Accredited) University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT Dissertation Title: Psychometric Construction And Validation of The Positive Aging Measure. Chairperson: Robert Hill, Ph.D.

M.S. Counseling Psychology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT Thesis Title: Taekwondo instructors' experience of counseling their students: A survey of dojangs in the United States. Chairperson: Robert Hill, Ph.D.

B.S. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Major: Business

Teaching Experience

Assistant Clinical Faculty (2011-2013) University of Florida, Counseling and Wellness Center

Instructor (2010) Westminster College, Department of Psychology

Instructor (2009-2010) University of Utah, Department of Educational Psychology

Co-Instructor (2008) University of Utah, Educational Psychology

Courses Taught

Introduction to Counseling Skills (Graduate Seminar)

Lifespan Development

Learning, Literacy, and Development

Meditation, Mindfulness, and Stress

Adult Lifespan and Aging

Publications and Presentations

Slagle, C.P., Hill, R., Harris, F., & Tuesday-Heathfield, L. (Under review). The impact of counseling self-efficacy on Taekwondo instructors’ informal counseling.

Burrow-Sanchez, J.J., Lopez, A.L., & Slagle, C.P. (2008). Perceived competence in addressing student substance abuse: A national survey of middle school counselors: Journal of School Health, 78(5), 280-286.

Slagle, C., Dvorak, T., & Ess, B. (2013, June).  Digital Outreach: Creating Relevant and Engaging Websites and Facebook Pages for University Counseling Centers Using a Collaborative Approach. Presentation at The Association for University and College Counseling Center Outreach National Conference, Gainesville, FL.

Slagle, C. (2013, March). Promotion and provision: Using digital media to promote and provide university counseling center mental health services. Presentation at International Journal of Arts and Sciences Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Slagle, C. & Hill, R. (2011, August). Psychometric construction and validation of the Positive Aging Measure. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, D.C.

Slagle, C. (2010, February). Normality. Facilitated documentary film presentation and discussion at Association of Women Psychologists National Convention, Portland, OR.

Hill, R., Coon, D., Slagle, C., & Mansour, E. (2009, August). Positive Aging: A strengths-based approach to adaptation in later life. Symposium presented at American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.

Burrow-Sanchez, J., Lopez, A., Slagle, C. (2006, August). Perceived competence in addressing student substance abuse: A national survey of middle school counselors. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Wiley, S. & Slagle, C. (2006, November). Mobile communication technologies and the renegotiation of social space: Proximity, distance, accessibility, and connectedness in couples’ use of cell phones. Symposium presented at the National Communication Association Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Invited Presentations

Slagle, C.  (2012, December).  Online therapy:  Ethical, legal, and risk management considerations.  Presented at University of Florida Continuing Education Seminar for Mental Health Professionals, Gainesville, FL.

Slagle, C. (2009, April). Incorporating meditation and mindfulness into daily living. Utah University and College Counseling Centers Conference, Park City, UT.

Slagle, C. (2009, October). Aging, memory, and Alzheimer’s disease. Presented at AARP Staying Sharp Speaker Series, Beaver, UT.

Hill, R. & Slagle, C. (2009, May).  Positive Aging, mental health, and substance abuse. Continuing Education Seminar presented at Wyoming Department of Health Conference on Aging, Cheyenne, WY.

Clinical/Applied Experience

Assistant Clinical Faculty; Website Coordinator (August 2011 – August, 2013)

University of Florida Counseling and Wellness Center, Gainesville, FL

Clinical Service:  Provide outpatient mental health care at the university counseling center.  Work with undergraduate and graduate students of diverse ethnicities, country of origin, socioeconomic status, family experience of college education, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and age.  Provide individual and couples counseling and assessment.  Deliver campus outreach on a variety of topics to campus agencies and organizations. 

Website Coordinator:  Work with digital and social media specialist to develop promotion and provision of services on website, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.  Oversee website committee.

Administrative Service:

  • Sustainability Committee.  Develop and promote sustainability initiatives within the center.  Also serve on Department of Student Affairs Sustainability committee.
  • Clinical Services Committee.  Monitor agency-wide case management to facilitate use of services.
  • Training Committee.  Co-facilitate spring semester bias discussion group for interns.
  • Triage Team.  Coordinate and complete clinically appropriate assignment of clients to agency services.
  • Testing and Assessment Team. Conduct ADHD testing. Complete integrated reports for disability accommodations. Supervise graduate-level trainees’ testing, interpretation, and report writing.

APA Accredited Internship

University of Florida Counseling and Wellness Center, Gainesville, FL

Psychotherapy Advanced Practicum Geriatric Counselor

Center for Human Potential, Salt Lake City, UT

University Counseling Center Advanced Practicum Counselor

Weber State University Counseling and Psychological Services Center, Ogden, UT

University Counseling Center Advanced Practicum Counselor

University of Utah Counseling Center, Salt Lake City, UT   

University Counseling Center Practicum Counselor

University of Utah Counseling Center, Salt Lake City, UT

Substance Abuse Assessment Counselor

Assessment and Referral Services, Salt Lake City, UT     


Behavioral Sciences Division 503-838-8344 | or e-mail: kunzel@wou.edu
Location: Todd 325

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