Dr. Sarah E. Dalton is an Assistant Professor in the Counselor Education Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she advises and supports students from the interview process through graduation. She has developed a unique advising process strategy to meet the diverse needs of graduate students.
Dr. Dalton earned her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. She also earned her master's degree in community counseling from the same university. Dr. Dalton has worked in a number of community counseling and higher education settings throughout her career. Currently, Dr. Dalton runs a telebehavioral health private practice, which serves LGBTQ+ individuals and those requiring sex therapy. Dr. Dalton also sees clients with issues related to foster care, adoption, graduate school, school stress, and adjustment concerns. Dr. Dalton loves the combination of teaching clinical mental health counseling, supervising counselors in training for licensure, and private practice. Dr. Dalton has been with The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in the Counselor Education Department since March 2019.
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