Counseling Psychology
William A. Dunn

William A. Dunn, M.A.

Adjunct Faculty, Counseling Psychology

Will Dunn is an Adjunct Instructor and Fieldwork Supervisor in the School Counseling Program who holds a lifetime Secondary Teaching Credential and Pupil Personnel Service Credential. He had taught all secondary grade levels and has been a middle school and high school counselor for over thirty years earning local and statewide recognition for his work with students, staff, and families. He retired from full-time counseling at Santa Rosa High School in 2007 and currently works as a substitute counselor. An alumnus of the USF program, he received his Masters and PPS Credential in 1988 and began teaching at USF in 1999. As a practicing professional, he helps Masters degree students bridge the theoretical aspects of educational psychology with the day-to-day practices and expectations found in today's school counseling centers. His practical knowledge and extensive experience help guide students new to the profession. He is dedicated to providing the best training experience four our next generation of school counselors.

Education

M.A., Educational Psychology and Counseling, University of San Francisco

Research Areas

Bridging the theoretical aspects of educational psychology with the day-to-day practices and expectations in school counseling centers.

Courses Offered
  • PPS Internship
  • PPS Traineeship
  • Fieldwork Practicum