Caleb Thompson, MA, LPC, NCC
Caleb earned his BS in Psychology from Geneva College before going on to complete a MA in Counseling with a track focus in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling, also through Geneva College. After completing his graduate studies, Caleb gained a breadth of clinical experience working at a number of mental health agencies in the greater Pittsburgh area, including Residential Treatment at Glade Run Lutheran Services, Mobile Therapy & Behavior Specialist Consultant positions through Western PA Psych Care, and in-home family therapy via Wesley Spectrum’s Family Focused Solution Based (FFSB) program. In addition to these agencies, Caleb also has four years of previous outpatient experience working with a college-age population at Geneva College’s Health & Wellness Center.
After completing his masters degree, Caleb returned to school in 2013 to pursue a Doctorate Degree through Duquesne Universities Executive Counselor Education & Supervision program. He is currently ABD and will defend his dissertation research in early Fall 2018. Caleb is also about to start his fifth year as a full-time faculty member in Geneva College’s MA in Counseling program where he teaches a variety of courses including Statistics, Counseling Skills, Group & Career Counseling, Foundations of Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling, and a number of fieldwork courses. He also serves as Clinical Coordinator for all Practicum and Internship fieldwork experiences. Caleb also serves as an Adjunct Faculty member in Duquesne University’s MS.Ed in Counseling program where he teaches the Advanced Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling course.