Diana L. Wildermuth, PhD, NCC, LPC

Diana L. Wildermuth, PhD, NCC, LPC

Assistant Professor Teaching/Instructional

Psychological Studies in Education

Ritter Annex 207
301 Cecil B. Moore Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
phone: 215-204-1586
Diana.wildermuth@temple.edu

Eduation
  • Ph.D. in Education, (Concentration: Educational Psychology, Temple University
  • M.S. in Counseling in Education and Human Services, Villanova University
  • B.A. in Sociology (Concentration: Criminal Justice), East Stroudsburg University
Areas of Professional Interest
  •  Multicultural Counseling
  • Resilience theory and Acculturation  
  • English language learners  
  • School Counselor identity development
  • Sports Counseling
  • Instruction in Counseling Psychology
Publication

Wildermuth, D. L. (in press) Incident 1.4. Response in Tyson, L., Wood, K., Awe, T., & Portman, A. et.al, Critical Incidents in School Counseling, 3rd edition, (Multicultural Counseling Issues), American Counseling Association, Alexandria, VA.

Wildermuth, D. L. (2012, May). [Review of the book: Effective RTI Training and Practices: Helping School and District Teams Improve Academic Performance and Social Behavior, by Gary L. Cates, Craig Blum, & Mark E. Swerdlik].  Counseling Today, 54(11) 22-23.

BOOK PUBLICATION REVIEW

Malott, K. M. & Paone, T. R. (2016) Group Activities for Latino/a Youth: Strengthening Identities and Resiliencies through Counseling. Routledge, New York, NY.

PEER REVIEWED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS                                                                                                                                              

Wildermuth, D. L. & Kendrick, E. (2016) What Matters Most in Academic Achievement? Acculturation or Resilience. Presented at American Counseling Association National Conference, Montreal, Canada.

Wildermuth, D. L. (2014) School Counselors as Advocates for English Language Learners. Presented at Pennsylvania School Counselors Association Conference, Seven Springs, PA.

Wildermuth, D. L. (2014) Press 1 for English, Press 2 to Learn about School Counselors as Advocates for English Language Learners, presented at American Counseling Association National Conference, Honolulu, HI.

Wildermuth, D. L. (2013) How Do You Say School Counselor in English? Are You Ready For The New Generation: English Language Learners. Presented at American Counseling Association National Conference, Cincinnati, OH.     

Malott, K. M., Paone, T. R., Holguín-Palacios, L., & Wildermuth, D. (2011) ¿Quien soy? Strengthening Latino Adolescent Identity Through Group Counseling. Presented at American Counseling Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

INVITED PRESENTATIONS  

Wildermuth, D.L. (2015, February). Education’s New Demography: Addressing the needs of English language learners and the role immigration plays in the classroom. Workshop presented at The Central Jersey Consortium for Excellence and Equity (CJCEE), Monmouth University, Monmouth, NJ.   

Guest Panelist to discuss the role of the school counselor and promote National School Counseling Week, Perspectives on Parenting Radio Show with Julia Sherwin WCHE 1520 AM Radio, West Chester, PA, February 2, 2015.