Timothy Coppock, Ph.D.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Dr. Coppock earned a doctorate in Counselor Education from The University of Toledo, a master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Bowling Green State University, and a master of divinity from United Theological Seminary. Dr. Coppock is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor with supervision endorsement in Ohio (2002), is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Pennsylvania (2007), and is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC, 2010). Dr. Coppock has accumulated clinical experience in college counseling, community mental health counseling, employee assistance counseling, private practice, and with a hospital-based wellness clinic. Dr. Coppock employs Cognitive Behavioral, solution-focused, and interpersonal process therapy techniques in treatment of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, emotional and behavioral issues.
Dr. Coppock joined the Clinical Mental Health Counseling faculty at Gannon University in 2007 where he serves as CMHC Program Director and Chair of the Psychology and Counseling Department. Dr. Coppock has focused on counseling outcome research, specifically on hope as a predictor for change. His scholarship interests include the development of social media guidelines for counselors, the ethics of spiritual interventions in counseling, and the development of counselor professional identity. Dr. Coppock likes to relax with regular exercise, hiking, movies, and travel to Manitoulin Island, Ontario.
University of Toledo, Ph.D.
Counselor Education, 2006
Bowling Green State University, M.A.
Mental Health Counseling, 2002
United Theological Seminary, M.Div.
Earlham College, B.A.