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Huba Ann Ray

Huba Ann Ray

Evangel is the place to be if you want to be energized, motivated, and blessed by God's daily grace. School counseling is the career to choose if you are a lifelong learner and on a mission to make a difference as a transformational leader and advocate for students. My door is always open and I welcome you to contact me anytime.

Title: Associate Professor

Office: Education 201L

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Professional Information: Ed.D. Saint Louis University; M.S. Missouri State University; B.S. Missouri State University; Certifications: Guidance Counselor K-12; School Psychological Examiner K-12; English 7-12; Art K-12; Advanced Principal; Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC;) National Certified Counselor (NCC);

Job Responsibilities: Associate Professor; School Counseling Field Experience Coordinator; School Psychological Examiner Coordinator

Org Memberships: Southwest Missouri School Counselor Association (SMSCA); Missouri School Counselor Association (MSCA); Missouri Association of School Psychologists (MASP); Current Offices Held: SMSCA Governing Board; SMSCA Post-Secondary VP; SMSCA Mentorship PRBE Trainer; DESE State Advisory Council for Counselor Educators; DESE State Guidance Advisory Committee

Courses Taught: School Counseling Field Experience I; School Counseling Field Experience II; Psychological Examiner Practicum; Educational Psychology Applied; Elementary Curriculum and Instruction; Individual Intelligence; Individual Assessment: Intelligence (Reading;) Individual and Group Assessment; Counseling and Therapy with Diverse Populations; Diagnostic Assessment

Publications: Ray, H.A. (2011). The school counselor practicing standard of care. SMSCA Newsletter, Jan-Feb, 11-12. ; Ray, H.A., & Ortiz, R.H. (2010). English language learners and the school counselor: Practical ways to be an advocate. MSCA Counseling Interviewer, 42:3, 6-11.; Ray, H.A., & Winborn, J. (2007). Evaluation of guidance and counseling programs through PRBE. MSCA Counseling Interviewer, 42:3, 6-11.; (Guest Reader/Editor; Chapter 16) Sattler, J.M. (2008). Assessment of Children: Cognitive Foundations, San Diego: Jerome M. Sattler Publisher, Inc. ; Guest Reader/Editor; Chapter 1) Sattler, J.M. (In publication). Assessment of Children: Behavioral, Social, and Clinical Foundations. San Diego: Jerome M. Sattler Publisher, Inc.

Started Work: Adjunct Professor: Fall 2004; Associate Professor: Fall 2008

Favorite Thing About Work: A few of my favorite things are the opportunity to work with school counselors-in-training from various school districts, the privilege to be a lifelong learner at a Christian University, and the joy to work with an outstanding department.

Originally From: Ava, MO

Personal Information: Married in 1973 to Larry, we have three grown children, Matthew (and wife Samantha), Nicole, and Taylor, who continue to entertain and delight us. After thirty-three years as a teacher and counselor, I retired from the public school system, so I am fortunate to be able to continue to work in a career that I respect and enjoy. When not working, I enjoy watching wildlife from the porch of my rural home, cooking southern comfort foods, spoiling my dog and cat, and not watching the clock.

Other: Responsibility, Achiever, Learner, Positivity, Developer

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