Cheyenne Carter

Assistant Professor

Research and Special Interests:

Counselor preparation; grief/loss; military mental health; animal-assisted therapy.

Education:

  • Ph.D. in Counseling, University of North Texas, 2008
  • MS in Counseling Psychology, Tarleton State University, 2003
  • BA in Speech Communication, Baylor University, 1999

Counseling Experience:

More than 10 years of experience providing individual, couples, family and group counseling with children and adults in agency settings and private practice. Also possess expertise in facilitating equine-assisted psychotherapy. Clinical passions include end of life/grief, relationships, life transitions and career development. Particular interest in military families/veterans.

Personal:

I enjoy creating delicious concoctions in the kitchen, working said treats off with a run, perusing quaint bookstores, drinking decaf iced caramel macchiatos and chatting on the phone with loved ones who live too far away. Favorite place in the world is anywhere with Tank, my retired therapy dog, who decided early into his career he would rather play fetch, chew on sticks and lounge on a couch than be therapeutic.