Ft. Stewart instructor Dr. Tom Morgan promoted to lead faculty member

Columbia College-Fort Stewart

Aug. 28, 2013 

Dr. Tom Morgan

Columbia College-Fort Stewart is happy to welcome Dr. Tom Morgan as its lead faculty member. Tom currently is an active member of our adjunct faculty, teaching courses in psychology and human services.

He brings an extensive background in education, having completed programs of study in the master's of science in education and leadership in educational administration from Plattsburgh State University and Capella University, respectively. He completed his doctorate degree in psychology in 2005 from the Harold Abel School of Psychology in Minneapolis, Minn.

Tom also holds a number of certifications. He has completed the certification program for qualification as an instructor in non-violent crisis intervention, facilitated a number of student success seminars locally, holds a permanent New York State teaching certification in science, and is permanently certified in the State of New York as a K-12 school counselor. In 2005 he was certified as a crisis response counselor by the American Red Cross. He received his group psychotherapist certification in 2006 through the Registry of Certified Group Psychotherapists. He was certified through the National Board of Certified Counselors in 2002 and is licensed through the Georgia Composite Board of the State of Georgia as a professional counselor.

Tom began with Columbia College as an adjunct faculty member in 2011, teaching at both Georgia campuses. He has worked in the fields of education and counseling for more than 10 years. Tom also has worked as a counselor in both the public and private sectors. He volunteers with the American Red Cross Disaster Response teams as a mental health counselor, in addition to his work with the Department of Defense Education Activity schools at Fort Stewart.

He maintains membership in a variety of professional development organizations, including the American Psychological Association, American Counseling Association, Georgia Psychological Association, and the New York State Counseling Association, to name a few.

Please congratulate Tom on his appointment to lead faculty member!