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Kharod France, Ph.D.

Assistant Clinical Professor
Kharod France Headshot


The George Washington University
Ph.D., Counselor Education, 2015
Dissertation Title: 
Triadic Supervision: An Exploration of Supervisors’ Perceptions, Experiences and Practices.

Columbia University (Teachers College)
M.A., Psychology in Education, 2007                        

University of Maryland, College Park
B.A., Psychology, Criminology & Criminal Justice, 2005


Kharod France is a clinical assistant professor in the School Counseling Program at Loyola University Maryland. Dr. France obtained his master’s degree from Columbia University and obtained his doctoral degree in Counselor Education from the George Washington University. Dr. France has extensive experience instructing and supervising counselors in training and has research interests that include clinical supervision and exploring factors that impact counselor development. In 2017, Dr. France was named Outstanding Humanistic Counselor Educator & Supervisor by the Association of Humanistic Counseling at the American Counseling Association’s annual conference. Dr. France is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in the state of Maryland, an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS), as well as an Approved Supervisor in Clinical Professional Counseling in the state of Maryland.  

Professional Activities/Society Memberships

American Counseling Association (ACA)                
American School Counselor Association (ASCA)
Association for Humanistic Counseling (AHC)
American College Counseling Association (ACCA)