Dr. Edward Ewe

edward ewe

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Clinical Director and Associate Professor of Counseling

Education

Ph.D. in Counseling – Oregon State University, June 2018
Dissertation Title: Systemic Predictors of Professional Identity of Master’s and Doctoral Counseling Students

Master of Arts in Christian Counseling – Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, December 2005

Bachelor of Arts, Pastoral Christian Ministry – Oral Roberts University, Tulsa, May 2004                                                Magma Cum Laude     Major: Pastoral Christian Ministry     Minor: Psychology

Bio

Born and raised in Penang, Malaysia, I came to the United States in 2000 to pursue my education. I earned my undergraduate and graduate degrees, both with honors, from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. While in the process of completing the Master’s degree, I was a teaching assistant facilitating three undergraduate classes each semester. That opportunity helped me discover my passion for teaching and the personal fulfillment of investing in future generations through higher education.

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oklahoma, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington, a National Certified Counselor, and an Approved State Clinical Supervisor. I have provided counseling services to individuals and families in private and non-profit settings, and served as a Site Director for a community mental health clinic. My professional clinical experience has also allowed to be a clinical supervisor supervising recently graduated and under supervision counselors.

In addition to counseling and clinical supervision, I teach graduate level courses related to counseling. I engage students in their learning and encourage them to be lifelong learners. This valuable work experience has broadened my understanding and appreciation of different learning styles and assisted in developing new ways to engage students.

In June 2018, I completed my doctoral studies in Counseling at Oregon State University. My dissertation topic is regarding professional identity development of counseling students. My research interest includes professional identity development, gatekeeping, resiliency and trauma, grief and loss, clinical supervision, and religiosity and spirituality. I have presented in various national and regional conferences for American Counseling Association (ACA), Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (ACES), Oklahoma School Counselor Association (OSCA), and Western Association for Counselor Educators and Supervisors (WACES).

I am married to my wife, Liz, and together we are raising our son, Aiden. Together, as a family, we like to take trips and family outings. My hobbies include swimming and spending time with friends and family. During the summer, I love to travel and grill.

Hobbies

  • Swimming
  • Grilling
  • Travelling
  • Foodie
  • Attending sporting events

Professional Interests and Specialties

  • Clinical Supervision
  • Professional Development of Students and Counselors
  • Group Work
  • Integrating Spirituality in Counseling Practice
  • Grief and Loss
  • Social Justice and Multicultural Issues

Recommended Reading

The Treasure Principle, Randy Alcorn
Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert T. Kiyosaki
Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy Seals Lead and Win, Jocko Willink
Axiom, Bill Hybels
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Henry and Richard Blackaby
The C Student’s Guide to Success: How to Become a High Achiever Without the Best Grades, Connections, or Pedigree, Ron Bliwas

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