Counseling Psychology
Eric C. Calloway

Eric C. Calloway, M.A., PPSC

Adjunct Faculty

Eric Calloway is a 2nd year fieldwork supervisor for SCP. He is from San Diego and attended Grossmont Community College where he played baseball and earned an Associate's Degree in General Education. Upon completion he moved to San Francisco and attended San Francisco State University earning a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Studies and from there attended San Jose State University where he earned a Master's Degree in Counselor Education and a Pupil Personnel Services Credential. He has worked in schools in San Jose and has been a counselor and AVID coordinator at Abraham Lincoln High School for the past 4 years. His interests are in teaching and counseling multicultural and underrepresented students, how to support them in our educational systems and in society, equal and consistent education, challenging norms, family school collaboration, alternative teaching, effects of schools on society and society on schools, student identity within school and society, effective leadership of change, school site collaboration and student advocacy.

Education

M.A., Counselor Education, San Jose State University, CA

Research Areas

Teaching, counseling, support of multicultural and underrepresented students in educational systems and society.

Courses Offered
  • PPS Internship
  • PPS Traineeship