- Dr. O’Heron received his doctorate in counseling psychology from Ball State University. He currently works at the AU Counseling Center where he provides individual and group counseling services, crisis intervention services, and outreach/consultation services. Prior to coming to AU, Dr. O’Heron worked at the University Counseling Services Center at Boston College. In addition, he completed a pre-doctoral internship at the Counseling Center at the University of Illinois-Chicago and a post-doctoral fellowship at the Counseling and Psychological Services Center at the University of Michigan. While the majority of his professional experiences have been in university counseling center settings, Dr. O’Heron has also provided counseling and other mental health services at community mental health clinics, and hospital settings. Dr. O’Heron primarily conceptualizes counseling from an integrative psychodynamic, cultural-relational theoretical framework but incorporates developmental, family-systems, and emotion-focused elements into his practice. His professional interests include identity related issues (e.g., race, gender, sexual orientation, etc.), cross-cultural issues, issues in LGBTQ affirmative therapies, men and masculinity issues, trauma and recovery, couple and relationship issues, career counseling, group therapy, and clinical supervision and training.
DegreesPh.D., Counseling Psychology, Ball State University