Dr. Maclin teaches at the Charlotte campus where she also serves as the Associate Director of Graduate Programs in Counseling. She is a Licensed Psychological Associate in North Carolina. She received her M.A. in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary (1997) and her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Wheaton College (2007).
Dr. Maclin served for 18 years as a missionary with Cru discipling and training high school students and in the National Office working with several different ministries. In addition to teaching in the counseling program she also provides counseling services to children, adolescents, families, individuals and couples for a diversity of issues. She serves her church by speaking with individuals who are dealing with personal struggles. Her areas of interest are in teaching and training related to diversity and multicultural issues. Her area of research is in this same area of helping individuals to gain clearer understandings of how issues of diversity, such as race, ethnicity, culture, and religion can factor into the development and clinical services that are offered to individuals. She has spoken at several different conferences on topics related to multicultural sensitivity in the field of counseling. When Dr. Maclin isn’t teaching or counseling she loves engaging with the many close and dear friends who have been a part of her life for years.
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