Scott Koeneman

 
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Scott Koeneman

Associate Professor/Coordinator of Clinical Mental Health Track

Licensed Psychologist

PsyD; Clinical Psychology, 2008, George Fox University
MA; Clinical Psychology, 2005, George Fox University
MA; Counseling, 2003, Denver Seminary
BA; Physical Education, 1998, Oklahoma Christian University

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“Teaching at MNU is a real privilege. I am honored to teach along side a strong faculty who care deeply about their discipline, students, and most importantly their faith. This institution is committed to providing a quality education while helping student grow personally, professionally, and spiritually."

—Scott Koeneman

Awards & Honors
Presentations
Involvement at MNU

Awards & Honors

  • Awarded Letter of Commendation 2005, 2006, & 2007 in Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology at George Fox University (awarded to top 5% of students based on academic performance and student leadership)
  • Awarded Most Outstanding Student in 2008 in Graduate Department of Clinical Psychology at George Fox University
  • Graduated with Honors from Denver Seminary in 2003
  • Bowman, T. & Koeneman, S. (2013). “Transitioning to the DSM-5. What the practicing clinician needs to know.” Seminar. Kansas Counseling Association. Mayetta, KS.
  • Koeneman, S. & Bowman, T. (2013). “Preparing for the DSM-5: What the practicing clinician needs to know.” Seminar. Family Service and Guidance Center. Topeka, KS.
  • Bowman, T. & Koeneman, S. (2013). From the table to the couch: An exploration of individual needs and coping among seminarians. Seminar. 2013 Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Frye, T. Koeneman, S., Holeman, T., Shaw, R., & Greggo, S. (2013). “A panel
  • discussion on integrating faith into counselor preparation programs.” Symposium. 2013
  • Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Portland, OR.
  • Koeneman, S., & Dummermuth, A. (2013). “I don’t want to talk about it: Working with the resistant male client. Seminar. 2013 Kansas Counseling Association Annual Conference, Topeka, KS.
  • Frye, T., Bowman, T., Koeneman, S., & Bland, E. (2013). “Preparing for the DSM-5: What the practicing clinician needs to know.” Seminar. MidAmerica Nazarene University, Olathe, KS.
  • Koeneman, S. (2012). “On being the integrator.” Chi Sigma Newsletter. MidAmerica Nazarene University.
  • Aten, J., Hook J., Dominquez, A., Walker, D., Maclin, V., Koeneman, S. (2012).
  • “Integration: The next generation.” Symposium. 2012 Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
  • Frye, T. & Koeneman, S. (2012). “Adding a 9th standard of faith integration into the CACREP core.” Seminar. 2012 Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
  • Koeneman, S., Brockman, Diana., & Hodgson, Jason. (2012). “Keeping counselors healthy: Spiritually oriented self-care.” Seminar. Kansas Counseling Association 2012 Annual Conference, Topeka, KS.
  • Koeneman, S., Meeks, V., McClure, K. (2012). “Integrating neuroscience with
  • supervision: A primer for counseling supervisors. Seminar. Kansas Counseling Association 2012 Annual Conference, Topeka, KS.
  • Frye, T., Bowman, T., & Koeneman, S. (2011). “Stepping into the future: Technological Advances in Counselor Education.” Educational Workshop. 2011 Association of Counselor Educators and Supervisors BiAnnual Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Koeneman, S., Frye, Todd., Bland, Cayla (2011). “Using Technology in Counselor Education programs.” Seminar. 2011 Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  • Koeneman, S., & Elmore, Mark. (2011). “Psychology and the Church. Working Towards a Collaborative Relationship.” Seminar. Kansas Counseling Association 2011 Annual Conference. Wichita, Ks.
  • Koeneman, S. (2009). “Psychology and the Church: Working Towards a Collaborative Relationship.” Grand Rounds. Western Missouri Mental Health Center. Kansas City, MO.
  • Koeneman, S. (2009). “In Service of Self and Others.” 1st Annual Spiritual Direction Seminar. Midwest Christian Counseling Center. Kansas City, MO.
  • Koeneman, S., Giesbrecht, B., Sherrad, S., Adams, W. (2007) “Use of Checklists in Developing and Defining Competency in Neuropsychological Test Administration.”
  • Poster presentation at the National Academy of Neuropsychology 27th Annual Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.
  • Koeneman, S., Bufford, R,, Gathercoal, K., Peterson, M. (2007) “An Outcome
  • Evaluation of Marble Retreat: A Brief, Intensive Psychotherapy Program.” Accepted for a paper presentation at the 2008 Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Involvement at MNU

  • Tenure Committee (August 2012-Present)
  • Assessment Coordinator/Task Stream Coordinator (August 2010-August 2012)
  • Interview Committee for New Faculty at Liberty campus (September 2011)

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