Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Casey Hall

Meet Dr. Casey Hall

Degrees and Experience
  • Ph.D., Counselor Education and Supervision, emphasis in Leadership (University of the Cumberlands)
  • M.S., Community Counseling, emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy (John Brown University)
  • B.S., Human Development, Family Life Science, and Rural Sociology, emphasis in Lifespan Development (University of Arkansas)
  • Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor (Arkansas)
  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Supervisor (Arkansas))
Biography and Professional Achievements

Dr. Casey Hall is a full-time online faculty member in the Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program at CCU. She enjoys participating in many different professional activities such as counselor education, clinical practice, supervision, scholarship, and service. Dr. Hall has been sitting with individuals, couples, and families since 2012. She has been supervising interns and licensees since 2014 and 2019, respectively. Dr. Hall has taught in higher education since 2017.

Dr. Hall co-owns a private practice with multiple locations throughout the state of Arkansas. She also helped re-launch the Arkansas Association of Christian Counselors & Therapists. She has a heart for connecting missionary families with affordable counseling services. Dr. Hall’s goal as a professor is to help students feel authentic in the counseling room and competent to work with marriages and families, immediately out of their master's program.

Dr. Hall lives in Central Arkansas with her son. In her local community, she enjoys serving in her church, attending Bible Study Fellowship, cheering her son on at his many different sporting events throughout the year, reading, gardening, and maintaining a healthy, active lifestyle.