Colorado Christian University
Dr. Trigg Even

Dr. Trigg Even

Faculty Spotlight

Degrees and Experience
  • Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision (Texas A&M University – Commerce)
  • M.S. Community Counseling (Texas A&M University – Commerce)
  • B.S. Counseling Psychology (Southwestern University)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor (LPC-S, Texas)
  • National Certified Counselor (National Board for Certified Counselors)
Biography and Professional Achievements

Dr. Even is a versatile counselor educator and clinical supervisor with experience in residential treatment, nonprofit youth and family services, public K-12 education, and private practice settings. Dr. Even has enjoyed many opportunities to serve the profession through leadership and legislative advocacy and by maintaining active membership in professional organizations.

Publications
  • Even, T.A., & Robinson, C.R. (2013). The impact of CACREP accreditation: A multiway frequency analysis of ethics violations and sanctions. Journal of Counseling and Development, 91, 26-34.
  • Even, T.A. (2016). The ethical and legal differences and similarities of working with children and adolescents between clinical mental health counseling and professional school counseling. In Sartor, T.A., McHenry, B., & McHenry, J. (Eds.), The ethics of counseling children and adolescents. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Even, T.A., & Quast, H. (2017). Mental health and social emotional programming in schools: Missing link or misappropriation? Journal of School Counseling, 15(5), 1-32.
  • Even, T.A., & Williams, M. (in press). Assessment in K-12 School Counseling. In In McHenry, B., MacKluskie, K., & McHenry, J. (Eds.), Tests and assessment in counseling: A case by case exploration. Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group.
Presentations
  • Even, T.A. (January, 2017). Data-driven advocacy for school-based mental health programming. Presented to the Lone Star State School Counseling Association (LSSSCA) Conference. Frisco, TX.
  • Even, T.A. (January, 2015). Voluntary supervision among fully-licensed counseling professionals. Accepted for presentation at the Texas Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Mid- winter Conference. Austin, TX.
  • Even, T.A., & Quast, H. (2017). Mental health and social emotional programming in schools: Missing link or misappropriation? Journal of School Counseling, 15(5), 1-32.
  • Even, T.A. (February, 2015). Parallel process in supervision: Influencing outcomes in child abuse prevention. Accepted for presentation at the 29th Annual Conference on the Prevention of Child Abuse. Las Colinas, TX.
  • Even, T.A. (November, 2013). Ethical misconduct among experienced and senior level professional counselors. Presented at the Texas Counseling Association (TCA) Professional Growth Conference. San Antonio, TX.
  • Even, T.A. (September, 2013). Preparing school counseling students for accountability and outcome assessment. Presented at the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling (AARC) National Assessment and Research Conference. Houston, TX.
  • Even, T.A. (September, 2012). Experiential learning with an assessment course: Data-driven curriculum redesign. Presented at the Association for Assessment in Counseling and Education (AACE) National Assessment and Research Conference. Orlando, FL.
Faith and Learning

CCU's MAC Program is unique in its integration of faith and clinical practice. Students are taught to practice with the highest level of professional integrity and to model compassion for individuals and families affected by mental health challenges.

Faculty engage with students in open and reflective dialogue about the complex intersection of faith and the ethical, moral, and legal parameters around the profession.