Amy Barth, MA
Assistant Professor of Psychology
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Arts & Sciences
Professor Barth teaches General Psychology, Developmental Psychology: Adolescent, Counseling Skills, and Abnormal Psychology courses at Concordia University Chicago. She also supervises undergraduate psychology students working on internships.
As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Professor Barth has worked with adolescents and their families for the past ten years. She has also served as a Crisis Counselor, mentor program coordinator and creator of the Connections Afterschool Program at Youth Crossroads, Inc. Professor Barth has been a member of Concordia’s faculty since 2008.
- Certificate, non-profit business education, Notre Dame University; South Bend, Ind.
- MA, professional counseling, Concordia University Chicago; River Forest, Ill.
- BA, psychology, Concordia University Chicago; River Forest, Ill.
Academic and Professional Highlights
- “How to Start a Mentoring Program,” 4 Most Youth Symposium, January 2008.
- “Use of Media to Tell Your Story,” Tutor/Mentor Leadership Conference, May 2007.
- Developer, Connections Afterschool Program; Youth Crossroads, Inc., 2008.
- Developer, Life Skills curriculum, 21st Century After-School Program; Youth Crossroads, Inc., 2006-2007.
- “New Mentor Orientation,” Researcher and Creator, Youth Crossroads, Inc., 2005-2008.
- “Youth Development Stages,” Researcher and Creator, Youth Crossroads, Inc., 2005-2008.
- “Stages of the Mentoring Relationship,” Researcher & Creator, Youth Crossroads, Inc., 2005-2008.
- “How Trauma Affects the Youth We Mentor,” Researcher & Creator, Youth Crossroads, Inc., 2005-2008.
- “Me, Angry,” Trainer, Illinois Jaycees Leadership Academy, August 2007.