Doc Murdock

Doc Murdock

Pronouns: ze, hir, and hirs
Assistant Professor in Residence

    Off Campus
    (224) 565-1161
   crmurdock@fsmail.bradley.edu

 

Degrees and discipline including institution
Masters of Arts Counseling Northwestern University 2017
PhD Counselor Education and Supervision Adler University 2021
Bachelor of Arts Indiana University 2005

Biography

After completing my undergraduate degree in communications, I began a career in retail mgmt. While in this career I noted a need for a more intersectional and social justice informed supervision style. The drive to understand the clinical acumen needed to help people thrive at work sparked my desire for a new career in counseling. After completing a masters in counseling, I completed a doctorate in counselor education and supervision. My aim in completing the highest terminal degree was to help me advance my skill set. Post-graduation I worked as a clinical director at a regional community behavioral health organization. In addition, I taught adjunct at Adler University. The opportunity to teach at Bradley University has allowed me to continue in my efforts to affect change by helping develop social justice practitioners.

Professional Experience

  • Psychodynamic/ Feminist Pedagogy
  • Practicum/Internship

Scholarship

  • Include topics, most important works, presentations, etc.
  • The Oppositional Gaze- Article (Work in Progress)
  • “Factors Leading to Achievement for Black Women in Post-Secondary”- Association for Humanistic Counseling Conference 2022
  • “Factors Leading to Achievement for Black Women in Post-Secondary”- NW Suburban Chapter of the Illinois Counseling Association

Service

Secretary NW Suburban Chapter of the Illinois Counseling Association

Licensures and Certifications

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor- Illinois