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Dr. Williams’ practices person-centered, humanistic/existential counseling and supervision. The assumptions of this style and philosophy look to support and encourage all human beings in their growth, development, and creation of a life they love, to which they are responsible and which provides meaning in the face of ultimate meaninglessness.
Dr. Williams’ research agenda focuses primarily on (a) clinical supervision (supervisor development and self-efficacy, best practices in supervision, and supervisor/supervisee relationships), and (b) client outcome research, and counselor development. She is also interested in teaching research and learner-centered, experiential teaching.
Dr. Williams enjoys running, Nordic skate-skiing, cycling, yoga, pilates, and cloud-watching. She enjoys all types of music, dance, eating great food, drinking good coffee, and laughing until it hurts. She is also the mother of a daughter Brendan, who is the light of her life!
Office: Ward Hall 104A
Phone: (518) 564-4178