Dr. Greg Meyer's Directory Profile
Dr. Meyer attended The University of Kansas, majoring in Psychology, for his undergraduate studies; Richmont Graduate University, in Atlanta, Georgia, for his master’s studies in Professional Counseling; and Auburn University for his doctoral studies in Counselor Education and Supervision. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Nationally Certified Counselor.
Dr. Meyer worked in Kansas, Nebraska, and Georgia for a number of years, in various community mental health clinics, hospitals and group homes prior to receiving his master’s degree. He counseled in a private practice in New Mexico, working with individuals, couples, families, and groups, before relocating to Auburn, Alabama where he continued counseling in a community agency clinic and supervised counseling students. He has taught various courses in Psychology and Counseling at the graduate and undergraduate levels, and has spent time presenting workshops and seminars on a variety of topics within community programs, as well as regional and national conferences.
Dr. Meyer’s research interests currently include spirituality and spiritual development, specifically its role in the lives of counselors, counselor educators, and counselors-in-training. Additionally, his interest in humanism and the humanistic paradigm have increased with his participation in the Association for Humanistic Counseling (AHC), where he currently reviews books and articles for the AHC newsletter. In addition, he has written or presented on topics including reflective practices and training, humanistic vision in counselor training programs, the development of counseling supervisors, and qualitative methods of research.