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Corban University

Dr. Elizabeth Wosley-George

Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling

503-375-7014

EWosley-George@corban.edu

  • B.A. Psychology, University of Washington
  • M.Ed. Higher Education and Counseling, University of Washington
  • Ph.D. Counselor Education and Psychology, The Ohio State University

Professional Certifications:

  • Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Oregon
  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with Supervision Designation (LPCC-S), Ohio

Dr. Wosley-George joins Corban’s Mental Health Counseling Program with over 20 years of crisis counseling experience in emergency services. After earning her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Psychology at The Ohio State University, Liz worked at North Central Mental Health Services in Columbus, and then as Professor and eventually Program Coordinator for Counselor Education at Portland State University. She also worked as Mental Health Crisis Clinician for Providence Health and Services, in Portland, Oregon, where she saw clients who came into the Emergency Room in psychiatric emergencies.

She has served on several boards, including the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists, CERES Behavioral Health (now Cascadia), and several Institutional Review Boards. Dr. Wosley-George served as co-chair of the American Counseling Association International-Interprofessional Collaboration Committee.

Her many academic contributions include publications, several presentations, and an invited presentation to the Oxford Round Table on “Mental Health and Cognitive Changes in Aging from an Emergency Services Perspective.” Liz has educated many current and future counselors as a professor at Portland State University, Western Seminary, and Bushnell University – institutions in which she has also helped in establishing CACREP accreditation.

A member of Grace Chapel – Wilsonville, Liz and her late husband, Ben Jumbo, were blessed with three daughters, one son, and a grandson. Her hobbies include gardening, watching women’s basketball, and spending time at the coast. She is a Buckeye to the core!

“I chose to teach at Corban University, with the hopes of preparing counselors who would become agents of change: ethical, caring, competent, and above all, Christ-like. I believe that Corban is positioned for leadership in bringing justice, fairness, peace, and understanding to a very troubled world, and would like to be part of that change.”