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Andrew Nocita

Professor of Psychology


Dr. Nocita is the clinical coordinator for all Master of Arts in Counseling practicum and internship experiences and has been core faculty in the Graduate Counseling Programs for over 13 years.

He has had an interest in co-occurring disorders for over 30 years and has worked in the mental health field as well as private practice for many years. 

What drew Dr. Nocita to teaching was a desire to discuss and explore the counseling process. He is deeply committed to helping students find their voices as counselors within the context of tried-and-true approaches to counseling.

His research interests include psychotherapy process and outcome research, the development of counselor identity, and co-occurring disorders research.


B.A., Michigan State University, E. Lansing; M.A., Ph.D., Miami University, Ohio