Full Name
Thomas Skovholt
Job Title
Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Minnesota
Speaker Bio
Thomas Skovholt is professor of educational psychology in the counseling psychology program at the University of Minnesota.
Areas of interest
• Resiliency development and burnout prevention
• Struggles of the novice practitioner, clinical supervision
• Mastery and expertise in the helping professions, education and health care
• The counseling process and helping skills
B. A. St. Olaf College, History/Psychology
M. Ed. University of Missouri, Counseling Psychology
Ph. D. University of Missouri, Counseling Psychology (APA-Approved Program)
Psychology Internship, Counseling Services, University of Missouri (APA-Approved Internship)

Licensed Psychologist, Florida (1977)
Licensed Psychologist, Minnesota (1978-present)
Board Certified in Counseling Psychology, American Board of
Professional Psychology (1984-present)
Over 16, 000 hours of clinical practice, consultation, and clinical supervision (1971-present)
• Morse-Alumni Distinguisher Teaching Professor
• University of Minnesota and Associate Member
• Faculty in Professional Relations University of Stavanger
• Norway Part-Time Psychology Practitioner
• Maplewood Psychology Licensed Psychologist and Board Certified
• ABPP Board Certified

APA Fellow
• Fulbright Professor
• Publication Award, Association for Counselor Education & Supervision for Master Therapists
• Master Therapists translated into Korean, Japanese, Mandrian
Thomas Skovholt