Tamara Tribitt

Assistant Professor, School Counseling Program Coordinator
School of Education, Department of Counseling and Human Services

Tamara Tribitt

Education

Ph. D. Counselor Education and Counseling

M. Ed. School Counseling

Contact

North University Hall
NUH-136
P: 909.748.8793
E: tamara_tribitt@redlands.edu

Background

I received my doctoral degree in Counselor Education and Counseling from Idaho State University in 2017. I grew up in Montana and received my bachelor's as well as master's degree from Montana State University. I practiced as a school counselor at all levels K-12 for 10 years before pursuing my doctorate.

As a counselor educator, I hope to facilitate learning regarding the ‘how to’ of being a counselor while offering an opportunity for students to develop a sense of self through the use of a relational-based classroom. I hope to create a classroom community where students feel they matter on a professional and personal level. Ultimately, I believe this will yield competent, ethically-minded, socially-just school counselors and clinical mental health counselors.

Areas of Expertise & Academic Interest

School counseling

Educational equity

Systemic oppression in schools

Supervision training

Adventure-based counseling

Research & Professional Highlights

School counselor board representative for Counselors for Social Justice (2017-2020)

Degrees & Licensures

Ph.D.  Counselor Education and Counseling

M.Ed.  School Counseling

LPC  Licensed Professional Counselor

Publications

McKinley, H., Langellier, K., DeLeon, A., Avery, D., Tribitt, T., & Lamb, B. (2017). Implementing a pretest-posttest quasi-experimental design: A cohort model of collaborative research. SAGE Research Methods Cases. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473977815

Professional Affiliations, Societies & Memberships

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

American School Counselor Association

Counselors for Social Justice

Social media, web links, YouTube channel, etc.

Twitter: @DrTfromtheSOE