John Wilson has 30 years of experience as a licensed professional counselor (LPC) in Lone Tree, Co, specializing in work with families, addictions and high-risk youth. He is a certified addictions counselor, Level 2 (CAC II). His professional experience includes eight years on staff at the North Pavilion, a locked psychiatric facility affiliated with University Hospital, Denver, Co., two years as a research assistant at University Hospital Health Science Center and two years as staff with Arapahoe House, a private non-profit drug and alcohol facility in the Denver area. His volunteer work abroad includes two months of service learning in Newfoundland, Canada, as well as extensive work with homeless populations in Chapel Hill, NC, and Denver, Co.
John earned a BS in Biology from Clemson University and earned an MA in Counseling Psychology from Denver Seminary.
He taught psychology at Denver Technical College from 1999-2000, and has taught a variety of courses at University College since 2001, including philosophy, conflict theory, human geography, world religions, ethics, terrorism, and sociology, among others. He holds the Master Teacher certification from University College and has participated in UCOL’s enrichment program. He taught globalization and history in Quebec City, Canada as part of the travel abroad program for eight years, and continues to teach courses in globalization, history, and concepts of the public good at University College.