In This Installment of Access the Experts
Elizabeth Tolliver, Ph.D., assistant professor of counseling, answers the question: “Are there external factors that lead to depression and mental illness, and how can a person manage those factors to achieve optimum mental health, especially during the winter months?"
An expert in counseling, mental health, and counselor education, Toliver’s teaching interests include counseling theory; counseling skills and techniques; school counseling specific courses; substance dependence; multicultural and diversity counseling; as well as grief and loss counseling. She is a recent graduate from the doctoral Counselor Education and Supervision program at the University of Northern Colorado.
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