Kelly J. Duncan
Core Faculty, Human Development Counseling
Lecturer, Department of Human and Organizational Development
Dr. Duncan’s research areas include best practices in school counseling, counseling supervision, and work with marginalized students in the post-secondary transition process.
Dr. Duncan has been involved in the counseling profession for over 30 years including work as a school counselor and counselor educator. She has taught face-to-face and online counseling courses since 2003. She teaches pre-practicum, internship, exceptional education and the DSM, school counseling foundations, and human development.
Dr. Duncan has been highly involved in professional counseling organizations at the state, region and national level. She served on the American Counseling Association Governing Council for two terms and is a former chair of the Midwest Region of the American Counseling Association.