Stacy Henning, PhD, LPC, ACS


Co-Chair and Assistant Professor
310 Webster Hall
(314) 246-8215

Research Interests

The intersection bw neuroscience and counseling treatment/healing
Ethics in counseling and counselor education
Curriculum development in Counselor education programs
Policy and legislation in counseling and counselor education
Clinical supervision
International counseling and counseling in Switzerland
Religion and spirituality in counseling 
Women in transition particularly in self objectification and cultural imposition/oppression


Stacy L. Henning is Assistant Professor in the Professional Counseling Department at Webster University. She holds a Ph.D. in Education (with an emphasis in Counseling and Counselor Education) from CACREP accredited doctoral and master's programs and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and an Approved Clinical Supervisor through CCE/NBCC. Stacy is an active member in ACA Committees including serving and chairing the Ethics Committee and, currently, serving on the Policy and Legislative Committee. She is a site team Chair for the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), and a practicing professional counselor and clinical supervisor of provisionally licensed counselors in St. Louis. She publishes on international counselor education, LGBTQQ issues in counseling, and ethics; and is currently completing a textbook on ethics. She speaks nationally on ethics in counseling. Current research include ethics in counselor education, counseling and counselor education in Switzerland and Europe, diversity and religion and spirituality in counseling, women in life transition, teaching efficacy in counselor education, and neurobiology and counseling efficacy.  

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