Chris HenningtonAssistant Professor, School Counseling Program Director
- I have a BA in Psychology at Lubbock Christian University, Masters in Educational Psychology, a Master's in Counseling at Texas Tech University, and Ph.D. in Counselor Education at Texas Tech University. I am Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor, a Certified School Counselor and a Certified in Special Education.
Office Hours: Monday 9:00-11:00, 11:30-2:30Tuesday 9:00-11:00, 11:30-2:30Before and after class Office: Behavioral Sciences - Graduate Behavioral Sciences 102 Phone #: 806.720.7847 Cell Phone #: 806.773.1487 Chris.Hennington@LCU.EDU
Statement of Purpose (Why am I teaching?)
Early in my academic experience as a student I was struck by the give and take of ideas in Plato's writings on the life of Socrates. There was always something intriguing about the discovery of meaning and learning for the sake of learning. This fascination ultimately led to my own pursuit of ideas in academia and the academe is the ultimate source of intellectual discovery. I hope that some, if not all of my students feel the same excitement I did as a student learning new things and venturing into the unknown.
Hennington, C.S., Bradley, L.J., Crews, C., & Hennington, B.A. (2013). The halo effect: Considerations for the evaluation of counselor competency. Vistas: American Counseling Association: Alexandria Virginia.
Frisbee, S. & Hennington, C. (In Progress). Emotional intelligence and personality: A comparison of entry level and exit level assessments in a counseling program. In progress.
Box, C., McIver, D., Smith, T., Hennington, C., & Daugherty, T. (2011). Assessment in the classroom: Two steps forward, three steps back. Presented at the Christian Scholars Conference, 2011.
Review – Dudley, J.R. (2013). Research Methods for Social Work: Being Producers and Consumers of Research (Updated Edition)
Review – Monette/Sullivan/DeJong (2012). Applied Social Research: Tools for Human Services
Pre-revision review - Erford, B.T. (2012). Research and Evaluation in Counseling.
Review – Heppner/Wampold/Kivlighan's (2011). Research Design in Counseling
- In the Graduate Counseling program I teach Ethical and Legal Issues, Research in Counseling, Career Counseling, Assessment of Individuals and Families, School Counseling Practicum, and Internship.
Previous Classes Taught
- In the past I have taught Psychological Statistics, Research Methods in Undergraduate Psychology.