Troyann Gentile, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
Troyann Gentile PHD, LPC, NCC is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Program at CU Denver. Dr. Gentile earned her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision with emphases in Clinical Mental Health counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Nevada Reno. Dr. Gentile serves as the Clinical Coordinator for the counseling program whereby her role is to provide coordination and oversight over both the clinical practicum and internship programs. Additionally she serves as a clinical supervisor in the CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center. Dr. Gentile has a small private counseling practice in the Denver community.
Edward Cannon, Ph.D., LPC
Edward Cannon, Ph.D., LPC, is an associate professor and serves as the administrator for the counseling program. He also coordinates the clinical mental health track. He has taught graduate courses in Research Methods and Statistics, Strategies in Agency Counseling, Addictions Counseling, Group Counseling, and Gender & Sexual Orientation, among others. He most enjoys working with Practicum students. He has presented at numerous national and state conferences. His research interests include examining climate issues for LGBTQ clients in treatment, as well as mental health resiliency factors for LGBTQ youth. He worked as a community and addictions counselor prior to obtaining his Ph.D. at the College of William and Mary. He currently serves on the Board of Licensed Professional Counselor Examiners in Colorado, where he was appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper.
Alison Lee, MS, LPC, RPT-S
Alison Lee is an Honorarium Supervisor. Alison is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado as well as a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor. She specializes in Play Therapy with children experiencing difficult life events such as hospitalizations, abuse, grief and loss as well as children struggling with developmental delays and sensory integration difficulties. Alison received her M.S. degree in Community Counseling from the University of North Texas.e/neglect) or are struggling with behavioral issues.