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To contact us, please call (614) 287-2818 or stop into Counseling Services in Nestor Hall 010.
Dr. Mu'min, PhD, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been working in the field of mental health and community services for over 16 years. She holds a BA in Psychology from Kentucky State University, a MSEd in Community Counseling from the University of Dayton and a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision from Ohio University. Dr. Mu'min has served in a multitude of mental health and community service settings and has a wealth of experience working with persons with severe and non-severe mental health diagnoses and substance abuse issues. Dr. Mu'min has also taught at multiple levels of higher education and has served in the recent past on the Ohio Counseling Association (OCA) Executive Board in previous leadership roles as President of a division and chapters of affiliated counseling associations. Dr. Mu'min has an impressive publication and presentation record and looks forward to sharing her expertise and talents with the CSCC community. "I am very passionate about mental health and wellness. I am sensitive to the needs of persons in this population and their loved ones and am working diligently through efforts of outreach and advocacy to ensure that the CSCC community continues to receive only the best in culturally competent, ethical, professional and quality mental health programming. I openly invite students to the Counseling Services center so that we can work together towards optimal academic and life performance."
Dr. Querry, PhD, is the campus psychologist, who has expertise in many areas concerning mental health. He provides supportive services to help those with issues that are disruptive to one's life and success. Whether it is personal problems, relationship issues or academic struggles, Dr. Querry is available to help! "It is important to me to listen to, and understand, whoever I serve. I really value and strive to meet the person wherever they are at, and to help them overcome their problems."
Adam Miller has been with Columbus State for over 4 years with most of that time as an Office Associate in Advising Services. Prior to working at Columbus State Community College, Adam worked in the health care field where through his interactions with the public he developed a firm belief and adherence to confidentiality of personal records. While at Columbus State, Adam has volunteered his time with Cougar Pride, Spectrum and continues ongoing attendance in diversity studies projects called PONO, to further facilitate his knowledge and experience in working with people of diverse backgrounds. "I believe that it is important for students to know that we are here to help and that we would not be who we are as a college without them."