Jonathan Wiley

Assistant Professor
Degrees
Ph.D.-Counselor Education, Virginia Tech (2020); MS-Counseling and Human Development, Radford University (2015); BS-Sociology, Bridgewater College (2009)
Year Appointed
2020
Courses - Fall
  • Counseling Techniques
  • Clinical Counseling Diagnosis
  • Research & Program Evaluation in Counseling
  • Life Span Development
Courses - Spring
  • Counseling Across Lifespan
  • Crisis & Trauma

Biography

Dr. Jonathan Wiley's academic and professional interests include teaching and learning in counselor education, counselor cognitive development, rural mental health counseling, and couples, marriage, and family counseling. Dr. Wiley has contributed peer-reviewed publications to the Journal of Rural Mental Health Counseling, Adultspan Journal, The Professional Counselor, and Journal of Counselor Leadership and Advocacy. Additionally, he regularly presents at state, regional, and national conferences, including the American Counseling Association Conference and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision Conference.

Before coming to Marietta College, Dr. Wiley taught courses in the Department of Counselor Education at Radford University and undergraduate course offerings through the Counselor Education program at Virginia Tech. Additionally, he has previously served as a clinical supervisor and worked as a counselor to clients across the lifespan, largely through the modality of family counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Virginia) and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC).