October 20, 2015
Specialty Areas: Crisis Counseling, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling, and Counselor Education and Supervision
Global Experiences: Caribbean, Israel, West Bank, and Columbia
Kenyon C. Knapp, Ph.D., LPC, NBCC, CPCS is the Coordinator for the Doctoral Counseling Program and tenured Associate Professor of Counseling at Penfield College of Mercer University, Atlanta campus, where he teaches Masters and Ph.D. level counseling courses. He has had a part-time private practice for over 18 years, and has worked in numerous counseling settings. He currently serves as a board member for CACREP, the national accreditation body for the counseling field. He has specialties in the areas of crisis counseling, sexual addiction counseling, and Christian counseling. He has conducted crisis counseling trainings in Haiti, Israel, and the West Bank, as well as humanitarian trips to the Bahamas, Colombia, and Puerto Rico. However, his greatest joy and accomplishments come in the form of his wife and four children, who keep him practical, multitasking, and very grateful.