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  • Calvin Kirklin

  • Title: Mental Health Counselor
  • Department: Counseling & Disability Services
  • Office: Campus Center Building, Room 241
  • Education: Bachelor of Science in Psychology Minor: Sociology Henderson State University (2010), Masters of Science, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Henderson State University (2017), Doctorate of Educational Leadership in Counseling Education & Supervision University Of The Cumberland’s (Exp.05/21)
  • Academic Bio: He received both his Bachelor of Science in Psychology and his Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling degrees from Henderson State University. He is currently working on obtaining his PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from University of the Cumberland’s located in Williamsburg, Kentucky. He began counseling as a practicum student at a residential care facility in 2016 at Split Rail Residential Care Facility located in Prescott, Ar. He has worked with juveniles, adults, veterans, sex offenders, and individuals with substance abuse problems at the Garland County Detention Center. He is a member of the Minority Fellowship Program through the National Board for Certified Counselors and the Arkansas Counseling Association. Prior to coming to U of A- Pulaski Tech, Calvin was employed at Behavioral Health Services of Arkansas as a Clinical Therapist. Prior to Calvin being a therapist, he worked at Henderson State University. He worked in residence life from 2010-2014. Between the years of 2014-2017, he oversaw Greek Life, Students Organizations, Student Leadership & Programs. “Psychotherapy is the art of finding the angel of hope in the midst of terror, despair and madness.” This quote is the basis of how I practice. I believe that as a therapist, it is my job and duty to help the client see that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Hope contains the belief that by seeking some sort of help, assistance, or outside influence, change is possible. While practicing, I use an integrated treatment model that includes Reality Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy.
  • Professional Associations: National Board for Certified Counselors(NBCC), Arkansas Counseling Association (ArCA)
  • - [email protected]
  • - 501-812-2288