Amy E. CainAssistant Professor of Counseling
Clinical Coordinator, Community Counseling Center
Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (M.A., LCPC)
MA; Counseling, 2007, MidAmerica Nazarene University
BS; Psychology (Summa Cum Laude), 1998, Missouri State University
The thing I love most about teaching at MNU is the interaction with the students both in and outside of the classroom. Because professionally I identify first as a Clinical Professional Counselor, I enjoy watching students make the connection and insight between the theoretical concepts presented in our texts and their practical application in everyday life. Theories come alive as students become aware of their implications in our daily interactions with people and provide insight into their own personal behavior.Amy Cain
- Develop and present 2-3 trainings each year to area mental health providers.
- Provide clinical supervision to counseling graduate students.