Scott Peters

Scott Peters

Associate Professor
College Of Education And Human Development
Department of Counseling, Health and Kinesiology
Classroom Hall 214G

210-784-2532   |speters@tamusa.edu

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Come here, do well.

Leave here, do good.

Scott is an Associate Professor in the Counseling and Guidance program. He is a native of Chicago and earned his B.A. in Special Education from Northeastern Illinois University. He earned both his M.A. in Counseling and Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Dr. Peters is both a Texas Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor. He maintains a private practice, provides counseling services at Thrive Youth Center, and supervises Licensed Professional Counselor Associates. He has extensive clinical experience working with a wide variety of client and client problems including interpersonal violence, substance use and misuse, and serious mental illness. Dr. Peters has been published on topics such as working with deaf clients, intimate partner violence, Hispanic adolescent paternity and LGBTQ/gender expansive homeless youth. His research interests include youth homelessness, substance use and misuse, medication assisted treatment, and LGBTQ + youth and their families.

 

 

Courses Teaching

Subject Number Section Description Term Syllabus
EDCG 5336 800 Abnormal Cndtns & Intervntions Fall 2022

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EDCG 5327 800 Abnormal Human Behavior Fall 2022

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EDCG 5332 800 Substance Use/Process Addict Fall 2022

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