Creating the Extraordinary Student Experience

  • Curtis A. Haywood, M.A., PCC-S, LICDC Curtis A. Haywood, M.A., PCC-S, LICDC

Curtis A. Haywood, M.A., PCC-S, LICDC

Therapeutic Style:

I use an integrative model that is Interpersonal Process and Client- Centered. I like to explore existential questions of meaning and purpose using a Logo-Therapy perspective. I also integrate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing techniques into my practice.

Supervision Style:

Support based approach that empowers supervisees to be more of who they genuinely are as a person. My goal is to empower supervisees to learn how to use who they are as a person as their main tool as a counselor as they integrate and use therapeutic modalities that best fit for them.

Professional Interests:

My professional interests include alcohol and other drug abuse, addiction, stress and anxiety disorders, relationship issues, spirituality.

Groups and Liaison Roles: 

I facilitate the Success Not Excess  group, which is a harm-reduction group that assists students that need support and guidance surrounding problems related to alcohol and other drug use. I am also a liaison to Residence Life, Professional Health Schools including Pharmacy, Dentistry, Nursing, Optometry, Vet Med, and Public Health. Counselor Education and School Psychology Program, Student Wellness Center, & Student Health Services

Education background:

Clemson University undergraduate studies Ashland Theological Seminary graduate studies

Personal Interests:

In my free time, I enjoy swimming, biking, running, competing in triathlon, lifting weights, guitar, violin, reading, listening to and studying music.

My Pronouns:

He/Him/His