Dr. Addleman, director of the graduate program
in counseling, earned his doctorate in human development from the
University of Maryland. He also holds a master's degree in psychology
from Shippensburg University and a masters of divinity from Trinity
Dr. Addleman has developed and
taught several development courses while at Messiah College. He has
also conducted research, made presentations, and published articles
connected to moral development across the life span, values in college
students, parenting in different cultures, and communication between
parents and their college-aged children.
Holly Myers is a Messiah College alum (‘85) and has served as an administrative assistant to the Management and Business department and International Business Institute and joined the Graduate Program in Counseling in 2013. She feels blessed to work with the professors and students at Messiah College. Holly is married to Roger Myers (also Messiah alum, ‘85) and they have 3 children (1 Messiah graduate and 2 Messiah students).
Amy Cook, M.S.
Practicum and Internship Coordinator - Graduate Program in Counseling ACook@messiah.edu
Amy Cook earned her bachelor's
degree in Psychology and her master's degree in Counseling with a concentration
in college student personnel services from Shippensburg University. She also
has an advanced certificate in School Counseling and has worked in schools for
over 10 years as a mental health liaison for the PA Student Assistance Program.
Along with student affairs, her areas of experience include adolescent
counseling, group counseling, postvention planning, and cultural diversity
training. In addition to her position as the Practicum & Internship
Coordinator, Amy also works as a case management specialist for the Cumberland-Perry
Drug & Alcohol Commission.