Dr. Kenneth M. Coll is a Professor in Counseling at University of Nevada, Reno. Prior to this appointment, he was Professor and Chair of the Counseling Education Department at Boise State University. Before going to Boise State University, he was a tenured faculty member at the University of Wyoming and Director of the Counselor Education Doctoral Program. Dr. Coll received his doctorate in Counseling from Oregon State University. The author of roughly 60 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters, Coll has held over $2 million in grants and contracts to-date. His research has primarily been on mental health risk and resilience factors and effective assessment and counseling interventions with vulnerable adolescent populations. Coll has received a number of awards for his research. He has directed the Boise State University’s Institute for the Study of Addiction and has worked closely with a number of American Indian children’s mental health systems of care programs. Ken enjoys mountain hiking and spending time with his wife, Brenda and their daughter Kate.
Kenneth Coll, Ph.D.
University of Nevada, Reno College of Education