Dr. Jared Roberts teaches in the clinical mental health counseling master’s degree program. He introduces students to counseling theories, clinical practices, human development, and professional ethics. As a mental health counselor, he has worked with clients of all ages in individual, group, and family settings dealing with a variety of issues including substance abuse, sexual offenses, mood and anxiety disorders, psychosis, and personality disorders.
His scholarly interests include clinical supervision, counselor theory development, and counselor education. His dissertation research examined the role of the supervisor’s counseling theory in the implementation of clinical supervision.
Dr. Roberts is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Idaho. During his free time he enjoys watching sports, cooking and eating, running, and traveling.
BA, Brigham Young University-Idaho
MCoun, Idaho State University
PhD, The George Washington University
“They know enough who know how to learn.”
-Henry Adams, 19th c. American historian and author