Joseph Stewart-Sicking Ed.D.
Chair, Education Specialties Department
Professor, School Counseling Program
Loyola Timonium Graduate Center, Room 50G
University of Cincinnati
Doctor of Education, Counselor Education and Supervision, 2002
College Outstanding Student Award for Counselor Education
Virginia Theological Seminary
Master of Theological Studies, 2008
M.Ed. Counseling, 1997
B.S., Physics, Mathematics, 1995
Dr. Stewart-Sicking is a counselor educator whose research focuses on career counseling and integrating spirituality into counseling in pluralist contexts. He has published articles in the areas of counselor education and supervision, career counseling, counseling theory, religion and spirituality in counseling, and spiritual practice. He is also interested in competent school counseling practice with students with autism spectrum disorder. Dr. Stewart-Sicking has worked as a counselor and consultant in educational, addictions, and child/adolescent inpatient settings.
Google Scholar Profile
Stewart-Sicking, J. A., Fox, J. & Deal, P. J. (2019). Bringing Religion and Spirituality into Therapy: A Guide to Pluralist Practice. New York: Routledge.
American Counseling Association
American Educational Research Association
American School Counseling Association
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision
Association for Spirituality, Ethics, Religion, and Values in Counseling