Amy Reynolds: 2017 – 2020

Amy L. Reynolds is an Associate Professor in the Department of Counseling, School, and Educational Psychology at the University at Buffalo. She is also the Director of Training for the combined doctoral program in Counseling Psychology and School Psychology. Dr. Reynolds received her masters in student personnel work and her doctorate in counseling psychology from Ohio State University and has been working in higher education as both a staff psychologist and professor for the almost 30 years. Her work as a scholar, teacher, and consultant focuses on multicultural competence in counseling and student affairs as well as college mental health issues. She has published over 25 journal articles and book chapters and made over 40 presentations at regional or national conferences. She is one of the co-authors for Multicultural Competence in Student Affairs and Creating Multicultural Change on Campus and is the sole author of Helping college students: Developing essential skills for student affairs practice. In recognition of her contribution to the fields of counseling psychology and student affairs, she was named a Fellow of the Society of Counseling Psychology (SCP) in 2014 and a Diamond Honoree of the   ACPA-College Student Educators International in 2017.

In addition to being Secretary of SCP, Dr. Reynolds is also the Secretary and Executive Board Member of SCP, a current member of the SCP Subcommittee on Social Action, past co-chair of SCP and the past Coordinator of the APA and Other Organization Awards Committee of SCP.