Title

Academic Program Director, Graduate Counseling Psychology
Assistant Professor of Counseling Psychology

Undergraduate Departments

  • Liberal Arts
  • Counseling Psychology

Graduate Departments

  • Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology

Education

  • Post Doctoral Fellowship, Center for Counseling and Student Development, University of Delaware
  • Ph.D.,  Counseling Psychology, University of Memphis (APA-accredited)
  • M.A., Psychology, Pepperdine University
  • B.S., 1996, Psychology (magna cum laude), East Stroudsburg University

Biography

Dr. Audrey Ervin is a licensed psychologist who completed a doctorate in counseling psychology at the University of Memphis and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Delaware where she specialized in diversity issues and mindfulness-based interventions in therapy. Her clinical and research areas focus on multiculturalism with a particular emphasis on gender, sexual orientation, racial identity and international issues. She has presented her work at numerous national and international conferences including the American Psychological  Association, the
Association for Women in Psychology, the Pennsylvania Psychological Association and the Fourth International Women’s Conference in Cuba. She was the national spokesperson for the Association for Women in Psychology and concurrently served as a member of the implementation collective. She serves on the Public Education Committee and the Committee on Multiculturalism for the Pennsylvania Psychological Association. She served as staff psychologist for the May 2012 and summer 2009 voyages aboard Semester At Sea, a comparative international study abroad program that journeyed to Central America, South America, Europe and North Africa. She owns Ervin Counseling & Consulting, LLC., is an assistant professor of counseling psychology at Delaware Valley College, and is a nationally certified Stop The Hate trainer. Dr. Ervin is an avid public speaker who presents nationally and internationally on competent multicultural practices in business, organizations and education.

Conference Presentations

  • Lightsey, O. R., Ervin, A., Rarey, E. B., Daigle, R.P., McGhee, R.A., Wright, K., Gharibian Gharghani, G., & Constantin, D. (2012). Self-efficacy for affect expression and regulation predicts psychological well-being and buffers the trait negative affect—well-being relationship. Poster Presented at the 120th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
  • Ingram, C., Murray, A., Wright, K., Lightsey, O., Ervin, A., Voss, J., McGhee, R., Allen, Br. & Gharibian Gharghani, G.. (2012). Do negative automatic thoughts predict trait negative affect? Poster Presented at the 120th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Orlando, FL.
  • Ervin, A. & Bartoli, E. (2012). Connecting with clients of color: The ethics of white anti-racist work in clinical practice. 3-hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Harrisburg, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2012). Multiculturally competent leadership: Overcoming individual and organizational microaggressions. 3-hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Harrisburg, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A., Boyer, C., Krier, B., Shunkwiler, J., Rosenthal, M. & Wakefield, W. (2012). Hearing our voices: Using the empowerment process model to advance social justice initiatives on campus & beyond. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Palm Springs, CA.
  • Ervin, A. (2012). Addressing students sexist, racist or heterosexist microaggressions in the classroom: Strategies, struggles & support. Roundtable discussion to be presented at the Association for Women in Psychology conference, Palm Springs, CA.
  • Nabors, N., Shulman, J., Ervin, A., O’Shaugnessy, T., Sehgal, R., LaFleur, R., McCloskey, K., & Dean, C. (2012). Association for Women in Psychology examines itself. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology conference, Palm Springs, CA.
  • Lightsey, O. R., McGhee, R., Ervin, A., Wright, K., Daigle, R., Constantin, D., Gharghani, G. Rarey, E. & Powell, K. (2011). Can positive thinking reduce negative affect? Longitudinal replication and extension. Poster Presented at the 119th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Lightsey, O. R., McGhee, R., Ervin, A., Wright, K., Daigle, R., Constantin, D., Gharghani, G. Rarey, E. & Powell, K. (2011). Does self-efficacy for affect regulation moderate the negative affect-life satisfaction relationship? A longitudinal replication and extension. Poster Presented at the 119th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC.
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer & questioning youth. Workshop presented at the Networking for Youth Conference, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Psychologist know thyself: Furthering multicultural competence. 3 hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Annual Convention, Harrisburg, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2011). The invisible color of privilege: What it means to be white. 1 hour workshop presented at the Bucks County Diversity Conference, Doylestown, PA. (1.0 CE credits for psychologists.)
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Microaggressions: Practical strategies for preventing and responding to bias. 1 hour workshop presented at the Bucks County Diversity Conference, Doylestown, PA. (1.0 CE credits for psychologists.)
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Encouraging diversity in leadership. Workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Leadership Academy, Harrisburg, PA. (1.5 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2011). Normalizing abnormal: Feminist approaches to teaching courses in psychopathology. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A., Mullen, N., Boyer, C. Colacino, M., & Finor, J. (2011). Facilitating campus change via multicultural courses: Feminist approaches to social action. Roundtable discussion presented at the Association for Women in Psychology, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A., Braskamp, L., Zoll, M. & Crisler, S. (2011) Transforming students from travelers to global citizens. Panel discussion presented at Student Affairs Administrators in Education (NASPA), Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A. & Braskamp, L. (2011). Assessing student global holistic development at third party centers. Roundtable discussion presented at The Forum on Global Education, Boston, MA.
  • Ervin, A., Braskamp, L., & Zoll, M. (2011). The global perspectives inventory: Transforming students from travelers to global citizens. Panel discussion presented at College Student Educators International (ACPA), Baltimore, MD.
  • Ervin, A. (2010). Psychologist know thyself: Furthering multicultural competence. 3 hour workshop presented at the Pennsylvania Psychological Association Continuing Education & Ethics Conference, Exton, PA. (3.0 CE credits for psychologists).
  • Ervin, A. (2010). Teaching multicultural counseling through a feminist lens: Practical strategies to deepen tough dialogues. Structured discussion presented at the 35th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J. & Knickmeyer, N. (2010). Feminist approaches to teaching psychological assessment: Assignments and activities for the classroom. Structured discussion presented at the 35th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Ervin, A. (2009). Feminist pedagogy and student centered learning: Practical strategies for working with the millennial generation. Structured discussion presented at the 34th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Newport, RI.
  • Ervin, A., Knickmeyer, N., & Shulman, J. (2009). Not preaching to the choir: How to engage in feminist consciousness-raising with resistant and/or conservative college students. Structured discussion presented at the 34th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Newport, RI.
  • Ervin, A. Burke, M. & Shulman, J. (2008). Getting students excited about activism: Strategies for the classroom. Structured discussion presented at the 33rd Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Ervin, A., Knickmeyer, N., Burke, M. & Shulman, J. (2007). When the line isn’t so black and white: Feminist approaches to negotiating boundaries in academia. Structured discussion presented at the 32nd Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, San Francisco, CA.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Burke, M, & Knickmeyer, N. (2006). Do as I do and as I say: Feminist pedagogy in the 21st Century. Structured discussion presented at the 31st Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Ervin, A., Burke, M., & Shulman, J. (2005). Trafficking in persons: Information and advocacy. Workshop presented at the 30th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Tampa, FL.
  • Ervin, A. & Sawyer-Harmon, C. (2004). Graduate school in your twenties: Psychological and biological changes. Workshop presented at the 2nd Annual National McNair Scholars Research Conference, Newark, DE.
  • Ervin, A., Burke, M., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., & Knickmeyer, N. (2004). Managing the transition: Struggles and support for new feminist professionals. Panelist for symposium at the 29th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2003). Male gender role conflict and internalized homonegativity: The impact on gay men’s psychological well-being. Poster presented at the 111th Annual American Psychological Convention, Toronto, Canada.
  • Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Wonch, W., Manley, E., & Mosher, C. (2003). Mental health and spirituality in GLBT individuals. Poster presented at the 111th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.
  • Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Wonch, W., Manley, E., & Mosher, C. (2003). GLBT youth suicide in the south: What matters. Poster presented at the 111th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Toronto, Canada.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Horne, S., Houts, C., Hamilton, S., Smith, B., Manley, E., Mosher, C., & Wonch, W. (2003). Psychological well-being,internalized homonegativity, and sexual satisfaction: An examination of lesbian and bisexual women. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Jersey City, NJ.
  • Mosher, C., Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Manley, E., & Wonch, W. (2003). Crisis intervention for GLBT youth. Workshop presented at the National Crisis Conference, Chicago, IL.
  • Hamilton, S., Ervin, A., Horne, S., Houts, C., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Smith, B., Wonch, W., Manley, E., & Mosher, C. (2003). GLBT youth suicide. Poster presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Ervin, A., & Lease, S. (2002). Male gender role conflict: African American and European American males. Poster presented at the 110th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Manely, E., Mosher, C., Hamilton, S., & Houts, C. (2002). Trauma and resiliency in gay, lesbian, and bisexual adolescents. Poster presented at the 110th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Shulman, J., Noffsinger Frazier, N., Detrie, P., Horne, S., & Ervin, A. (2002). When family isn’t friendly: The impact of verbal harassment on gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth. Poster presented at the 110th Annual American Psychological Association Convention, Chicago, IL.
  • Ervin, A., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., & Shulman, J. (2002). Ambivalent sexism in the south: A multicultural exploration. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Association for Women in Psychology Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Ervin, A., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Mosher, C., Manley, E., Hamilton, S., & Horne, S. (2002). Counseling gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered individuals: Interventions and techniques. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Tennessee Psychological Association, Nashville, TN.
  • Ervin, A., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Manley, E., Mosher, C., Hamilton, S., Smith, B., Houts, C., & Horne, S. (2002). Counseling lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered adolescents. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Tennessee Counseling Association, Memphis, TN.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Knickmeyer, N., Horne, S., & Frances-Fischer, J. (2001). Ambivalent sexism: An examination of African American and European American males in the southern United States. Paper presented at the Fourth International Workshop: Women in the 21st Century, Havana, Cuba.
  • Ervin, A., Shulman, J., Noffsinger-Frazier, N., Knickmeyer, N., Horne, S., & Frances-Fischer, J. (2001). Feminist resistance in the academe: Lessons in challenging the masculinist status quo. Discussion presented at the Fourth International Workshop: Women in the 21st Century, Havana, Cuba.

Guest lectures and colloquia

  • Ervin, A. (2012, June). Re-entry: More to Unpack than Just Your Bags. Workshop presented for Semester At Sea aboard MV Explorer.
  • Ervin, A. (2012, May). Mindfulness Meditation for Stress Relief. Workshop presented for Semester At Sea aboard MV Explorer.
  • Ervin, A. (2012, April). The Superwoman Phenomenon: Women & Stress. Workshop presented for Doylestown Hospital Wellness Center, Warrington, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2012, April). Understanding Differences: Competent Practices for Living in a Diverse World. Guest lecture presented for Skills for College Success class, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A., Richards, B., Sheriff, S. & Guillian, K. (April, 2012). Motivations of Hate Crime Offenders: A Campus Wide Discussion. Co-facilitated campus-wide workshop, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. & Brown, J. (March, 2012). Bias Incidents & LGBTQ Issues on Campus. Lecture presented for Student Government Board, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A., Rosenthal, M., Wakefield, W., Krier, B. & Boyer, C. (2012, February). Hearing Your Voices: A Critical Dialogue About Campus Culture. Co-facilitated campus-wide discussion with counseling psychology research team.
  • Ervin, A. & Blau, J. (2012, February). Appropriate Responses to Members’ Emotional Needs. Workshop presented for the YMCA, Doylestown, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2012, January). Overcoming Procrastination: Practical Strategies for Change. Workshop presented for Doylestown Hospital Wellness Center, Warrington, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2012, January). Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning Youth. Workshop presented for Central Bucks School District, Doylestown, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2011, December). Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Questioning Youth. Workshop presented for Bucks County Children & Youth, Doylestown, PA.
  • Kennedy-Reilly, K., Ervin, A. & Malka, S. (2012, January). Working with Students with Diverse Needs. Panel discussant for faculty professional development seminar, Delaware ValleyCollege.
  • Ervin, A., Debreux, S. & Casas, T. (2011, November). Stop The Hate: Bias Incidents & Hate Crimes. Workshop presented for animal sciences faculty, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. & Stamps, M. (2011, November). Secretary: A Critical Analysis. Campus-wide film discussion facilitated as part of the All-Text Society, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2011, October). The Invisible Color of Privilege: What it Means to Be White. Workshop presented for multicultural week, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2011, August). Forum on Global Engagement: Diplomacy & Dialogue-A Focus on Sino-US Relations. Program participant aboard the MV Explorer, Semester At Sea.
  • Ervin, A. (2011, April). Gender Socialization: The Psychological Consequences. Guest lecture presented for Women & Literature course, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2011, April). Diversity in the Workplace. Three separate workshops presented for human Resources training, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. & Brown, J. (2011, April). Stop The Hate: Bias Incident Response Team. Workshop presented for the president’s cabinet, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. & Debreux, S. (2011, April). Stop The Hate: Bias Incidents & Hate Crimes. Workshop presented for plant sciences faculty, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2010, June). Forum on Global Engagement: Exploring Insights and Challenges of the New Decade. Program participant aboard the MV Explorer, Semester At Sea.
  • Ervin, A. (2010, May). Diversity in the Classroom: Practical Applications. Workshop presented for faculty professional development, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2010, April). The Invisible Color of Privilege. Workshop presented for Multicultural Forum, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (2010, January). Recognizing and Responding to Bias Incidents on Campus. Workshop presented to resident assistants, Delaware Valley College.
  • Ervin, A. (Interviewee) & Parsekian, L. (Producer). (2009, September). An Interview with Audrey Ervin. Program appearance on for feature documentary film The Kind Campaign, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Ervin, A. (2009, April). Considerations When Working with Diverse Colleagues: An Exploration of Multiple Aspects of Identity. Workshop presented to library staff, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2008, October). Politicians and Scholars: A Critical Discussion. Moderated panel discussion with state politicians and academicians, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2008, September; 2006, September). Diversity in the Workplace: A Practical Dialogue. Lectures presented at Delaware County Community College, Educational Leadership Academy.
  • Ervin, A. (2008, August). Who are the Students in Your Classroom: Identity Development Models & Diversity. Lecture presented at faculty professional development meeting, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2008, May). Strategies for Working with a Diverse Student Body. Two-day roundtable discussion presented at the Faculty Institute, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2008, March; 2007, March; 2006, March). Gender and Power. Lecture presented as part of Women’s History Month, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2008, April). The Art of Crossing Cultures. Lecture presented at Delaware County Community College for multicultural club.
  • Ervin, A. & Williams, I. (2007, November). The F-Word: Feminism. Lecture presented at Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2007, August). Faculty Expectations: How to Be Successful in College. Lecture presented as part of campus life new student orientation, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2007, October & January). Assertive Behavior. Workshop presented as part of the campus life leadership certificate program, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2006, October). Educator Know Thyself: Competently Working with a Diverse Student Population. Lecture presented at faculty professional development meeting, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2006, August). The Invisible Color of Privilege: What Does it Mean to Be White? Lecture presented at faculty professional development meeting, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (Interviewee) & Roche de Coppens, P. (Producer). (2006, June). An Interview with Audrey Ervin. Program appearance on Soul Sculpture [Television broadcast], East Stroudsburg University.
  • Ervin, A. (2006, April; 2005, November). Feminism 101: An Introduction to Feminist Therapy. Lecture presented at West Chester University, Undergraduate Counseling Theories Course.
  • Ervin, A., Baker, C., Barnes, P., Northern, L., (2006, March & January). Implementing a College-Wide Diversity Competency: A Dialogue with Students. Lecture presented at Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2006, February). Safe Space Training: Gay, Lesbian, & Bisexual Identities. Lecture presented at faculty professional development meeting, Delaware County Community College.
  • Ervin, A. (2006, February). Moodle Mania: Using Online Resources to Supplement Traditional Classroom Learning. Poster presented at Delaware County Community College, Teaching and Learning Showcase, Media, PA.
  • Ervin, A. (2005, October). Sexual Orientation: Gay, Lesbian, & Bisexual Identities. Lecture presented at West Chester University, Undergraduate Sexuality Course.
  • Ervin, A. & Hollingswoth, M. (2005, June). Student Development and Academic Advising. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Academic Advising Certificate Program.
  • Ervin, A. (2005, May). Mindfulness & Anxiety Management. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Center for Counseling and Student Development.
  • Ervin, A. (2005, April). Feminism 101: An Introduction. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Undergraduate Counseling Theories Course.
  • Ervin, A. & Hsu, P. (2005, April). Diversity in the Workplace. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, MBNA Career Services Center.
  • Ervin, A. (2005, March). Working with the Emotional Client. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Graduate Practicum Course.
  • Ervin, A. & Tsukada, K. (2005, March). Mindfulness Meditation. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Center for Counseling and Student Development.
  • Ervin, A. & Tsukada, K. (2005, March). Women and Personal Power. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Women’s Leadership Certificate Program.
  • Ervin, A. (2005, January). To Postdoc or Not. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, MBNA Career Services Center.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, December). Career Exploration. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Center for Counseling and Student Development.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, November). An Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Center for Counseling and Student Development.
  • Ervin, A. & Boyd, N. (2004, November). Gender and Power. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Multicultural Leadership Series.
  • Ervin, A. & Boyd, N. (2004, November). Multi-Faith and Multi-Ethnic Relationships. Panelist for symposium at University of Delaware, Residence Life.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, October). Experiential Therapy: Working with Emotion in the Here and Now. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Graduate Practicum Course.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, October). Redefining Liberation: Does Advertising Affect Your Health? Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Sexual Assault Awareness Week.
  • Ervin, A. & Sharf, R. (2004, October-December). Career Development: Exploring Your Interests and Values. Series of workshops presented at University of Delaware, Center for Counseling and Student Development.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, July). Spirituality: Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Concerns. Lecture presented at Montana State University, Counseling and Psychological Services.
  • Ervin, A. & Hollingswoth, M. (2004, May). Student Development and Academic Advising. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Academic Advising Certificate Program.
  • Ervin, A. & Harvey, P. (2004, April). Counseling Diverse Populations. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Undergraduate Community Agency Course.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, March). Negotiating Client-Counselor Differences in Session: A Practical Discussion. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Graduate Practicum Course.
  • Ervin, A. & Tsukada, K. (2004, February). Women and Inner Power. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Women’s Leadership Program.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, February). Worry Not! Anxiety Management Techniques for Beginning Counselors. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Graduate Practicum Course.
  • Ervin, A. & Roche, D. (2004, January). Assessment and Referral of Suicidality. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Sexual Offense Support Training Program.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, January). Feminism 101: An Introduction. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Undergraduate Counseling Theories Course.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, January). White Americans: Racial Identity Development, Privilege, and the Abandonment of Entitlement. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Graduate Multicultural Counseling Course.
  • Ervin, A. (2004, January). An Introduction to Multicultural Counseling. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Graduate Multicultural Counseling Course.
  • Ervin, A. (2003, October). Spirituality and Mental Health Among Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Individuals. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Center for Counseling and Student Development.
  • Ervin, A. & Miller, T. (2003, October). Eating Disorders: Anorexia, Bulimia, and Muscle Dysmorphia. Lecture presented at University of Delaware, Residence Life.
  • Ervin, A. & Lacour, M. (2003, October). Redefining Liberation: Reclaiming Liberation from Media Distortions. Workshop presented at University of Delaware, Sexual Assault Awareness Week.
  • Ervin, A. (2002, October). Barriers to Effective Cross-Cultural Counseling. Lecture presented at University of Memphis, Graduate Multicultural Counseling Course.
  • Ervin, A. (2002, October). Counseling Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgendered Clients: A Non-Heterosexist Approach. Lecture presented at University of Memphis, Graduate Crisis Intervention Course.

Associations

  • Semester At Sea
  • The Association for Women in Psychology
  • The Pennsylvania Psychological Association's Public Education Committee and Committee on Multiculturalism

Contact

t: 215.489.2290
e: audrey.ervin@delval.edu

Office Hours

Lasker 305
Varies by semester & by appointment